Economic Research Institute Study paper
Utah State University
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After a decade in a long-tenn research program at Utah State Univers'ity it is appropriate to review the concepts, progress and possible changes in direction. In the late 1960's grants were received froln the Office of Water Resources and Technology and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Funding was also received from the Utah Center for Water Resources and the Utah Agricultural Experiment Station. These grants enabled a beginning of the research using extensive linear programming models that is still underway, many grants and many people later. The list of publications at the end of this paper fonn the basis for this report, but are not cited herein. A number of studies in other departments also drew from the program.
Andersen, Jay C. and Keith, John E., "Studies on the Allocation of Water Over Space and Among Users in an Arid Environment" (1979). Economic Research Institute Study Papers. Paper 391.