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Land Use: The Interaction of Economics, Ecology and Hydrology

Edited By: J O'Callaghan

200 pages, Figs, tabs, maps

Chapman & Hall

Hardback | Dec 1996 | #52283 | ISBN: 041261720X
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NHBS Price: £149.00 $189/€175 approx

About this book

Pioneers a spatial approach to the problems of land use, bringing together models in economics, ecology and hydrology, and summarising results of research by the NERC and ESRC in Great Britain.

This book presents a spatial approach to the problems of land use, bringing together economic, ecological and hydrological models. - CAB Abstracts


Contents

The land use problem. The economic model. Hydrology. Landscape ecology and land use. Decision support systems: the NELUP example. Forestry developments in the uplands and lowlands. The marginal value of hydrological impact of agriculture irrigation: a representative farm-level case study for the River Cam catchment.

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