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Evaluating the impact of out-of-basin water rights transfers in Washington state

Publication number Date Published
21-11-013June 2021
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Author(s) Dostal, Mark; Kaminsky, Marina; Kennedy, Hannah; and Lee, Harrison. UW Evans School Student Consulting Lab
Description This report provides findings and analysis of current trends in out-of-basin water right transfers in Washington State. These trends provide a foundation for understanding the potential economic, social, and environmental impacts of out-of-basin water right transfers.
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Keywords water acquisition, water right changes, water availability, transfer, water banking, water resources, out of area, water bank