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Tools and Technology presentations and resources related to Water Quality Markets


PRESENTATIONS:


Conservation Practice Evaluation

EnviroAtlas

Information Resources & Training

Tools for Trading


RESOURCES:

  1. Boyd, James and Lisa Wainger, “Measuring Ecosystem Service Benefits: The Use of Landscape Analysis to Evaluate Environmental Trades and Compensation,” Resources for the Future, April 2003. (PDF)
  2. Environmental Incentives. “Road RAM User Manual, V2: Road Rapid Assessment Methodology”, Nevada Division of Environmental Protection, May 2015. (PDF)
  3. Geospatial Platform. “Federal Geographic Data Committee Launches New Geospatial Website” [Press Release]. (PDF)
  4. Great Lakes Commission. Point To Nonpoint Water Quality Trading Checklist Template (LINK)(PDF)
  5. Kieser and Associates.  A Scientifically Defensible Process for the Exchange of Pollutant Credits under Minnesota’s Proposed Water Quality Trading Rules.  Minnesota Pollution Control Agency. June 2009. (PDF)
  6. NEPAssist Fact Sheet (PDF)
  7. RIBITS: Credit Classifications (PDF)
  8. RIBITS: Finding Credits (PDF)
  9. RIBITS: Getting Started with RIBITS (PDF)
  10. RIBITS: Understanding the RIBITS Credit Ledger (PDF)
  11. RIBITS: Utilizing RIBITS Reporting Tools (PDF)
  12. Richardson et al. “Integrated stream and wetland restoration: a watershed approach to improved water quality on the landscape.” Ecol. Engineering 37: 25-39. 2011. (PDF)

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