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Modeling firm spatial interdependence using national data coverages: a regional application to manure management
- A regional modeling framework using national data series is developed to estimate the net cost of land-applying manure under possible policy provisions to limit water- and air-quality emissions. The modeling framework, applied to the Chesapeake Bay watershed, integrates GIS-based spatial data within an optimization model to capture spatial effects at a subwatershed scale.
Aillery, Marcel , Gollehon, Noel , Breneman, Vince , Bucholtz, Shawn
animal manure management , land application , geographic information systems , spatial data , cost analysis , optimization , models , environmental policy , environmental quality , Chesapeake Bay
- Includes references
- Natural resource modeling 2009 Spring, v. 22, no. 1
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