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Provedor de dados:  AgEcon
País:  United States
Título:  Integrated assessment of the environmental, economic and social impacts of land use change using a GIS format – the CLUES model
Autores:  Harris, Simon
Elliott, Sandy
McBride, Graham
Shankar, Ude
Quinn, John
Wheeler, David
Wedderburn, Liz
Hewitt, Allan
Gibb, Robert
Parfitt, Roger
Clothier, Brent
Green, Steve
Munguia, Oscar Montes de Oca
Dake, Chris K.G.
Rys, Gerald
Data:  2010-11-25
Ano:  2009
Palavras-chave:  Sustainability indicators
Catchment models
Water quality
Economic impacts
Land use change
Agricultural and Food Policy
Crop Production/Industries
Environmental Economics and Policy
Farm Management
Land Economics/Use
Political Economy
Resumo:  The CLUES model is an integrated catchment based model that designed to assist policy makers in understanding the implications of land use scenarios for water quality and a range of other indicators. CLUES integrates a number of existing models from several research providers, including SPARROW (catchment hydrology), OVERSEER and SPASMO (nutrient losses), ENSUS (nitrate leaching risk), and a socioeconomic model. These are combined in a GIS framework which allows scenarios of land use to be assessed in a spatial manner. Regional council staff have been trained in its use, and the model is under ongoing development in response to feedback from users. This paper discusses the overall framework of the CLUES model, and discusses in greater depth the socio-economic components and their integration with the biophysical models.
Tipo:  Conference Paper or Presentation
Idioma:  Inglês
Relação:  New Zealand Agricultural and Resource Economics Society>2009 Conference, August 27-28, 2009, Nelson, New Zealand
Formato:  13

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