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Market transfers of water from irrigated agriculture are viewed as one of the most likely ways to accommodate new demands for water supplies. Market transfers generally improve statewide economic efficiency by shifting water to higher valued uses. However, case studies find the impact of these transfers on agriculturally dependent rural communities to be significant because the costs accrue to the area of origin and the benefits to the area of new water use.

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