The issue of spatial scale in hydro-economic modeling of global and national food and water systems to address sustainable agriculture and natural resources management
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There are numerous models available that aim to address food and water policy at different spatial scales. The question to be asked of these models is "What is the importance of spatial scale on hydro-economic modeling used to address environmental and hunger policy questions?" The research set forth in this document aims to answer not only that question but also take it to another level and evaluate the importance of spatial scale and management on river basin modeling for global food production.