Local resolution of watershed management trade-offs: The case of Cotacachi
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Chapter 15 critically examines drinking water in Cotacachi through the application of a number of mathematical models. The purpose of this study is to measure how much Cotacachi residents would be willing to pay for an increase in the quality of their water supplies. Additional concerns regard the low availability of water during the dry season.
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