Rethinking the externality issue for dryland salinity in Western Australia

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Dryland salinity has been conceived of as a problem involving massive o¡-site impacts and therefore requiring coordinated action to ensure that land managers reduce those o¡-site impacts. In economic terms, salinity is seen as a problem of market failure due to externalities, including external costs from one farmer to another and from the farm sector to… (More)

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