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Main Title Institutional Design for Water Quality Management: A Case Study of the Wisconsin River. Volume IX. Section K-An Analysis of Alternative Institutional Patterns for Managing Water Quality on a Regional System Basis.
Author Ramne, David C. ;
CORP Author Wisconsin Univ., Madison. Water Resources Center.
Year Published 1970
Report Number OWRR-1228-WIS; 05041,; C-1228(1601)(6)
Stock Number PB-197 848
Additional Subjects ( Water resources ; Management planning) ; ( Water quality ; Management) ; Reviews ; Decision making ; Political parties ; Design ; Water supply ; Natural resources ; Standards ; Regulations ; Systems engineering ; Regional planning ; Industrial water ; Wisconsin ; Wisconsin River ; Administrative agencies
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NTIS  PB-197 848 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
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Abstract
The study is concerned with the design of administrative arrangements for managing water quality on a regional system basis. It reviews existing water quality decision-making arrangements and presents two case studies on water quality management decisions in Wisconsin to indicate how groups and political parties have functioned in dealing with water quality management. The implications of the regional system approach for the design of administrative arrangements are then examined and design criteria for such arrangements developed on the basis of the current literature on organizational theory. These criteria are then applied in an evaluation of three alternative administrative models. One of these is a simple extension of existing arrangements with the existing Department of Natural Resources operating the regional system. In the second, a regional water quality management agency is envisaged as operating the regional system with the Department of Natural Resources establishing and enforcing standards. (WRSIC abstract)