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Effect of including off-farm sedimentation damage in farm income: Mendota West Fork watershed


, : Effect of including off-farm sedimentation damage in farm income: Mendota West Fork watershed. Illinois Agricultural Economics 14(1): 17-20

Sediment resulting from erosion of agricultural land may cause enormous damage, which ordinarily would not be priced in the market. By an indirect method such damage is considered in this analysis in calculating the highest return cropping system. The unit of analysis is the Mendota West Fork watershed. The analytical tool is the linear programming optimization model.

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DOI: 10.2307/1348981


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