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Main Title Player's Guide. The River Basin Model.
Author Laska., Richard M. ;
CORP Author Washington Environmental Research Center, D.C. Environmental Studies Div.
Year Published 1973
Stock Number PB-258 276
Additional Subjects River basin development ; Regional planning ; Mathematical models ; Economic development ; Social effect ; Decision making ; Government ; Federal budgets ; Maps ; Demography ; Agriculture ; Income ; Farms ; Employment ; Statistical data ; Tables(Data) ; Parks ; Land use zoning ; Computer programming ; Model studies
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NTIS  PB-258 276 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. 06/23/1988
Collation 301p
Abstract
The River Basin Model places an emphasis on 'River' as it leads one to believe that the model is primarily concerned with water management. The emphasis should be placed on 'River Basin,' and that term should be interpreted in its broadest sense as meaning a geographic area of land. Through its two major components--in this report, human interaction and computer simulation--the model represents the economic, social and governmental activity that takes place within the geographical boundaries defined by a river basin. The model is unlike most other simulation or human interaction models. It was not designed to accomplish any one specific purpose. Rather it was designed to let its users represent the major economic, social, and governmental decision-making processes which cause a regional system to function and change on a year-to-year basis.