Subject: water demand | food and energy | Water supply for domestic and industrial purposes | TD201-500 | small open economy | TC1-978 | Colorado Equilibrium Displacement Positive Mathematical Programming model (Colorado EDMP) | Hydraulic engineering
This research models selected impacts of climate change on Colorado agriculture several decades in the future, using an Economic Displacement Mathematical Programming model. The agricultural economy in Colorado is dominated by livestock, which accounts for 67% of total ... View more
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