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An Economic Analysis and Cost Sharing Assessment for Dryland Salinity Management: A case study of the Lower Eyre Peninsula in South Australia

By Stefan Hajkowicz and Mike Young

Abstract

Report to Primary Industry and Resources SA. This report has 2 components. Firstly, it discusses issues relating to cost sharing for dryland salinity management. Secondly, it presents an economic analysis and cost sharing assessment of six dryland salinity management options for the Lower Eyre Peninsula in South Australia. The report includes a benefit-cost analysis of revegetation to control salinity.Australia;dryland;salinity;economic analysis;cost sharing;revegetation

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