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Main Title Identification and Interrelationships of Secondary Benefits in Waterways Development.
Author Raine, Rex K. ; Whit, Charles R. ;
CORP Author Auburn Univ., Ala. Water Resources Research Inst.
Year Published 1971
Report Number WRRI-Bull-711; OWRR-A-015-ALA; 09269,; A-015-ALA(1)
Stock Number PB-200 653
Additional Subjects ( Waterways(Watercourses) ; Benefit cost analysis) ; ( Government policies ; Waterways(Watercourses)) ; ( River basin development ; Benefit cost analysis) ; ( Bibliographies ; Waterways(Watercourses)) ; Reviews ; Waterways(Transportation) ; Water resources ; Project planning ; Forecasting ; Feasibility ; Watersheds ; Sociology ;
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NTIS  PB-200 653 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. 06/23/1988
Collation 104p
Abstract
The evaluation of waterways development projects, and ultimately the selection of a project for action, is usually based upon anticipated benefits that accrue as a result of the development. The identification and assignment of dollar values to a secondary benefits is, at best, extremely difficult and vague. The interrelationships among both primary and secondary benefits are not well known. Available data on secondary benefits are scarce as are mathematical models that permit examination of the effect of such benefits on the project selection decision. The report includes a review of current and recently completed research in the area of secondary benefits related to waterways development, evaluation of the results of related and appropriate research, identification of promising areas of research, and an annotated bibliography of appropriate reference sources. The most critical is to develop data systems for watersheds. After an organized data base is available, studies of the relationships of all pertinent factors within a watershed should be made. (WRSIC abstract)