Murrumbidgee Catchment, New South Wales: Recharge Trading and Targeting Markets pilot studies

Other literature type English OPEN
Markets for Ecosystem Services Project;
(2007)
  • Subject: Stakeholders | Groundwater | Payments for environmental services | Waterlogging | Salinization | Irrigated farming | Markets | Conservation incentives | Water quality | Natural resource management | Water use | Integrated resource management | Groundwater recharge | Integrated market mechanism | Market-Based Instruments (MBI) | Heterogeneity | Rapid assessment tool | Salinity | Biophysical impact | Property rights | Biophysical model | Swagman Model | Ecosystem Farm/Enterprise Scale

Metadata only record There are two 'markets for ecosystem services' pilot studies in the Murrumbidgee Catchment of New South Wales, Australia. The first, "Recharge Trading", aims to develop a market-based instrument to resolve the issue of salinization caused by exce... View more
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