Joint pollution control at a catchment scale: compliance costs and policy implications.

Abstract

Agricultural activities are one of the major drivers of increased nutrient levels such as nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P) to both terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems. Elevated nutrient concentrations are associated with degraded water quality that can result in potential impacts for human health and the environment. A recent European study has identified… (More)

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@article{Kampas2002JointPC, title={Joint pollution control at a catchment scale: compliance costs and policy implications.}, author={Athanasios Kampas and Anthony C. Edwards and Robert C. Ferrier}, journal={Journal of environmental management}, year={2002}, volume={66 3}, pages={281-91} }