Water Policy in Minnesota : Issues, Incentives, and Action
The book will be an excellent guide for policymakers and decision makers who are interested in learning about alternative approaches to water management. Non-governmental organizations interested in stimulating effective water quality policy will also find this a helpful resource. Finally, there are similarities between the lessons learned in Minnesota and the goals of water policy in several other states and nations, where there are competing uses of water for households, agriculture, recreation, and navigation.
- Hardback | 308 pages
- 154.94 x 233.68 x 25.4mm | 635.03g
- 01 Aug 2011
- Taylor & Francis Inc
- Resources for the Future Press (RFF Press)
- Washington, United States
- Figures; Maps; Tables, black and white; Line drawings, black and white; Illustrations, black and white
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About Jim Perry
Jim Perry has been an active water resource professional for more than 40 years and is currently professor and head of the Department of Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology at the University of Minnesota.