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Benefit-Cost & Least Burden Analysis for Chapter 173-505 WAC, In-stream Resources Protection and Water Resources Program for the Stillaguamish River Basin (Historical)

Publication number Date Published
05-11-027August 2005
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Author(s) Water Resources Program
Description The benefit-cost analysis provided below includes quantitative information where available and qualitative information where the economic or physical science is not to the point of providing values for benefits and costs. Ecology did not evaluate the distribution of impacts to various human populations.
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Keywords cost analysis, rule, water resource, water resources, instream flow
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