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|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Institutional design for water quality management : a case study of the Wisconsin River Basin.|
|CORP Author||University of Wisconsin--Madison. Water Resources Center.|
|Publisher||University of Wisconsin,|
|Stock Number||PB 197 845-848 ; PB 197850 ; PB 197887 ; PB 199268 ; PB 204578 ; PB 204579|
|Subjects||Water quality management--Wisconsin--Wisconsin River Watershed|
|Collation||v. : diagrs., tables.|
Supported in part by the U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Office of Water Resources Research. Includes bibliographical references.
v. 1, Sect. A. Summary, by Elizabeth L. David and others.--v. 2, Sect. B. Hydrology, by A.J. MacCormack & Gerald J. Stadler.--v. 3, Sect. D. The development of predictive water quality models, by Charles H. Falkner and others.--v. 4, Sect. E. Cost functions for influencing water quality by Elizabeth L. David, Richard S. Howe & John T. Quigley; Sect. F. Relation of participation in outdoor recreation and public attitudes toward water quality, Elizabeth L. David.--v. 5, Sect. G. Systems analysis of hydropower production on the Wisconsin River, Gerald G. Storey.--v. 6, Sect. H. The nature of minimum cost systems for water quality management on the Wisconsin River, by Charles H. Falkner and others.--v. 7, Sect. I Five legal studies on water quality management in Wisconsin, by Peter N. Davis.--v. 8, Sect. J. The economic and fiscal aspects of a regional water quality management system, by Anthony H.J. Dorcey.--v. 9, Sect. K. An analysis of alternative institutional patterns for managing water quality on a regional system basis, by David C. Ranney.