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Local planning for future water supplies: Santa Barbara County case study

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George E. Goodall, University of California
Warren E. Bendixen, University of California
Jack L. Bivins, University of California
Wayne A. Jensen, University of California
Marvin J. Snyder, University of California
Robert M. Hagan
George E. Goldman

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California Agriculture 31(5):6-7.

Published May 01, 1977

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Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: Planning for water supply and for land use in agricultural areas has taken on new significance with enhanced public environmental awareness, new anti-pollution legislation, high costs of construction and energy, and increased economic opportunities for specialized agricultural commodities.

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Among early participants in these studies were L.T. Wallace, Extension Economist, U.C., Berkeley, and Thomas E. Dickinson, Agricultural Economist, U.C. Davis. Interns participating in various phases were A.T. Nakazawa, Nancy Leman, Sanford Miller, Darryl Joyner, and Jeffery Newton.

Local planning for future water supplies: Santa Barbara County case study

George E. Goodall, Warren E. Bendixen, Jack L. Bivins, Wayne A. Jensen, Marvin J. Snyder, Robert M. Hagan, George E. Goldman
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Local planning for future water supplies: Santa Barbara County case study

Share using any of the popular social networks Share by sending an email Print article
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Authors

George E. Goodall, University of California
Warren E. Bendixen, University of California
Jack L. Bivins, University of California
Wayne A. Jensen, University of California
Marvin J. Snyder, University of California
Robert M. Hagan
George E. Goldman

Publication Information

California Agriculture 31(5):6-7.

Published May 01, 1977

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: Planning for water supply and for land use in agricultural areas has taken on new significance with enhanced public environmental awareness, new anti-pollution legislation, high costs of construction and energy, and increased economic opportunities for specialized agricultural commodities.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

Among early participants in these studies were L.T. Wallace, Extension Economist, U.C., Berkeley, and Thomas E. Dickinson, Agricultural Economist, U.C. Davis. Interns participating in various phases were A.T. Nakazawa, Nancy Leman, Sanford Miller, Darryl Joyner, and Jeffery Newton.


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