Modeling Environmental Policy / Edition 1by Wade E. Martin
Pub. Date: 01/04/2008
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
Modeling Environmental Policy demonstrates the link between physical models of the environment and policy analysis in support of policy making. Each chapter addresses an environmental policy issue using a quantitative modeling approach. The volume addresses three general areas of environmental policy - non-point source pollution in the agricultural sector, pollution generated in the extractive industries, and transboundary pollutants from burning fossil fuels. The book concludes by discussing the modeling efforts and the use of mathematical models in general.
Table of Contents1. Modeling Environmental Policy: An Introduction; W.E. Martin, L.A. McDonald. 2. Modeling Nonpoint Source Pollution in an Integrated System; A. Bouzaher, J. Shogren. 3. Modeling Environmental & Trade Policy Linkages: The Case of EU and US Agriculture; D.G. Abler, J.S. Shortle. 4. Modeling Ecosystem Constraints in the Clean Water Act: A Case Study in Clearwater National Forest; P.F. Roan, W.E. Martin. 5. Costs & Benefits of Coke Oven Emission Controls; T.J. Considine, et al. 6. Modeling Equilibria and Risk Under Global Environmental Constraints; A. Haurie, R. Loulou. 7. Relative Contribution of the Enhanced Greenhouse Effect on the Coastal Changes in Louisiana; I.J. Curiel, et al. 8. The Use of Mathematical Models in Policy Evaluation: Comments; K.A. Miller. Index.
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