Water Policy and Planning: UF/IFAS Outreach Materials
Overview of Various Water Policy Instruments
- Total Maximum Daily Loads and Agricultural BMPs in Florida
- Balancing Urban Water Demand and Supply in Florida
- Water Quality Credit Trading: General Principles
- Conservation Water Pricing for residential water supply
Economic Value of Water Resources
Floridians benefit from a variety of goods and services provided by nature, including drinking and irrigation water withdrawn from underground (i.e., aquifers), nature-based tourism opportunities provided by springs, lakes, and rivers with adjacent green spaces, and flood protection and water purification provided by swampy areas. What is the value of such goods and services? Answering this question provides a bases for water management decisions.