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Most evaluations of the impact of cost sharing policies designed to reduce non-point source pollution on water quality fail to incorporate behavioral responses, which are [...]
2015 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
A Chesapeake Bay Watershed manure management model estimates the minimal regional net cost of land applying manure at $76 million under a multi-year phosphorus standard, [...]
2003 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
This paper presents an application of matching on propensity score to evaluate the impact of the Chesapeake Bay Program (CBP) on farmers' willingness to participate in th [...]
2006 | Thesis/ Dissertation |
In 2010, a Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) was established for the Chesapeake Bay, defining the limits on emissions of nitrogen, phosphorus, and sediment necessary to rev [...]
2014-06 | Report |
The Regional Manure Management Model, developed for the ERS project on "Manure Management for Improved Water Quality," is used to evaluate the cost and feasibility of man [...]
2005 | Report |
Nonpoint sources of water pollutants, in particular, nutrients like nitrogen and phosphorus, are increasingly a focus of US water pollution policy. In most cases, agricu [...]
2004 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
Despite decades of nutrient-runoff reduction efforts via regulation, financial and technical assistance, and education, manure remains a significant contributor to Chesap [...]
2016-09 | Report |
Owing to the fundamental importance of food to human welfare and of climate to crop and livestock production, agriculture has been a focus of research on the impacts of c [...]
2001 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
A modeling framework addresses manure management policies within the Chesapeake Bay watershed. Policy focus is on manure-land application at agronomic rates, as proposed [...]
2001 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |