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A conceptual model is developed to evaluate the economic benefits from ground water recharge, under conditions where the major water use is irrigation. Both pumping cost savings and aquifer extension benefits are considered. This model is then applied to a Nebraska case where it was found that recharge benefits vary from less than $2 to nearly $20 as a function of aquifer response, the discount rate, commodity prices and energy prices.

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