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Essays in Water Conservation and Water Quality Programs

@inproceedings{Baker2017EssaysIW,
  title={Essays in Water Conservation and Water Quality Programs},
  author={Jonathan E. Baker},
  year={2017}
}
  • Jonathan E. Baker
  • Published 2017
  • Environmental Science
  • As growing populations continue to drive demand for water, managers of this fundamental resource face the dual challenge of providing both sufficient and clean supplies. In this dissertation, I undertake two analyses exploring a policy aimed at maintaining sufficiency of supply through conservation, and a third analysis evaluating a regulatory approach to promote water quality. Because lawns comprise a large share of residential water demand, water utilities across the western United States… CONTINUE READING

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