Farhed Shah
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Economics of reservoir sedimentation and sustainable management of dams
A Palmieri, F Shah, A Dinar
Journal of environmental management 61 (2), 149-163, 2001
Amenity benefits and the optimal allocation of land
RA Lopez, FA Shah, MA Altobello
Land Economics, 53-62, 1994
Reservoir conservation volume I: the RESCON approach
A Palmieri, F Shah, G Annandale, A Dinar
Washington, DC: World Bank, 2003
Technology adoption in the presence of an exhaustible resource: the case of groundwater extraction
FA Shah, D Zilberman, U Chakravorty
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 77 (2), 291-299, 1995
Changes in water allocation mechanisms for California agriculture
D Zilberman, N MacDougall, F Shah
Contemporary Economic Policy 12 (1), 122-133, 1994
Reservoir conservation volume I: the RESCON approach economic and engineering evaluation of alternative strategies for managing sedimentation in storage reservoirs
A Palmieri, F Shah, GW Annandale, A Dinar
A contribution to promote conservation of water storage assets worldwide …, 2003
Efficient management of water in agriculture
D Zilberman, U Chakravorty, F Shah
Decentralization and coordination of water resource management, 221-246, 1997
Upstream water resource management to address downstream pollution concerns: A policy framework with application to the N akdong R iver basin in S outh K orea
T Yoon, C Rhodes, FA Shah
Water resources research 51 (2), 787-805, 2015
Reservoir conservation vol ii: RESCON model and user manual
S Kawashima, TB Johndrow, GW Annandale, F Shah
The World Bank, Washington, DC, 2003
Water rights doctrines and technology adoption
F Shah, D Zilberman, U Chakravorty
The Economics of Rural Organization: Theory, Practice, and Policy. Oxford …, 1993
Optimal combination of pollution prevention and abatement policies: The case of agricultural drainage
F Shah, D Zilberman, E Lichtenberg
Environmental and Resource Economics 5 (1), 29-49, 1995
The economic value of delaying adaptation to sea-level rise: An application to coastal properties in Connecticut
TG Tsvetanov, FA Shah
Climatic change 121 (2), 177-193, 2013
Altered circadian relationship between serum nitric oxide, carbon dioxide, and uric acid in multiple sclerosis
EL Kanabrocki, MD Ryan, RC Hermida, DE Ayala, GS Scott, D Murray, ...
Chronobiology international 21 (4-5), 739-758, 2004
Government policies to improve intertemporal allocation of water in regions with drainage problems
F Shah, D Zilberman
The economics and management of water and drainage in agriculture, 637-660, 1991
On the natural and economic difficulties to fulfilling the human right to water within a neoclassical economics framework
C Jeffords, F Shah
Review of Social Economy 71 (1), 65-92, 2013
Optimal location of centralized biodigesters for small dairy farms: A case study from the United States
D Mukherjee, RG Cromley, FA Shah, BE Bravo-Ureta
International Journal of sustainable energy planning and management 8, 3-16, 2015
Economics of integrated watershed management in the presence of a dam
Y Lee, T Yoon, FA Shah
Water Resources Research 47 (10), 2011
Amenity benefits and public policy: an application to the Connecticut dairy sector
RA Lopez, MA Altobello, FA Shah
Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 26 (2), 485-496, 1994
Optimal watershed management for reservoir sustainability: economic appraisal
Y Lee, T Yoon, FA Shah
Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 139 (2), 129-138, 2013
Sediment management in flood control dams
M Pattanapanchai, FA Shah, G Annandale
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