By Charles A. Job
Water issues are always economic issues and this book explores economic evaluation and cost-benefit analysis for the use, protection, remediation, and conservation of groundwater.
The book reviews the major economic uses of and demand for groundwater and discusses the application of economics for groundwater policy and decisions. Authored by a columnist for NGWA's Ground Water Monitoring & Remediation, the book addresses a full range of groundwater topics building on other supporting disciplines, rather than focusing solely on how to evaluate the economics of contaminated-site remediation or of a single resource use.