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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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Restricted: Campus/Bates Community Only Access
Date of Graduation
Bachelor of Arts
Dube, Phillip, "Water Markets and their Third-Party Effects" (2016). Standard Theses. 105.
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