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Koebele, E.A., Singletary, L., Hockaday, S., and Ormerod, K.J. 2022, Water Policy 24(11): 1757–1771
Water Quality Trading: A Tool to Strengthen NPS Pollution Control Water Issues Education Series – No.4
This fact sheet contains information on water quality trading by looking at what it is and the potential of water quality trading.
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