Date of Graduation

5-2016

Level of Access

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Degree Name

Bachelor of Arts

Department or Program

Environmental Studies

Number of Pages

52

First Advisor

Misty Beck

Abstract

As cities continue to grow and the effects of climate change become worse, water markets have become a useful tool for allocating scarce water resources especially in arid and semi-arid regions. However, water transfers result in socioeconomic and environmental third-party effects. This projects examines these third-party effects and suggests some ways to mitigate them.

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