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000030858 245__ $$aAGRICULTURE TO INSTREAM WATER TRANSFERS UNDER UNCERTAIN WATER AVAILABILITY: A CASE STUDY OF THE DESCHUTES RIVER, OREGON
000030858 260__ $$c1997-12
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000030858 336__ $$aJournal Article
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000030858 520__ $$aPrior appropriations of river flows (primarily to agriculture) have greatly reduced flow in many Oregon streams, causing major changes in stream ecosystems. This study focuses on trade-offs between instream and agricultural uses for the two largest irrigation districts in Oregon’'s Deschutes River basin. Both short- and long-term water lease strategies are examined, as are requirements now in place that water leases be accompanied by fallowing land formerly served by the leased water. The low-cost strategies combine canal lining with reductions in farmer’'s per acre water use. Short-term leases are less costly than long-term leases
000030858 650__ $$aResource /Energy Economics and Policy
000030858 700__ $$aTurner, Brenda
000030858 700__ $$aPerry, Gregory M.
000030858 773__ $$dDecember 1997$$jVolume 22$$kNumber 2$$o221$$q208$$tJournal of Agricultural and Resource Economics
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000030858 982__ $$gJournal of Agricultural and Resource Economics>Volume 22, Number 02, December 1997
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