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Master of Science (MS)
B. Delworth Gardner
Water is not a single use resource. It can be used for completely unrelated purposes. There are four general uses for water: household, industrial, agricultural, and recreational. Since water is an economic good it must be properly allocated among the four uses to maximize the returns to society. Also, There must be proper allocation among competing units within each major use.
Schick, Seth H., "Demand for Household Water in Northern Utah, 1962" (1964). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 3064.
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