Published On: November 1st, 2011
Author: Sheila Forsyth and David B. Brooks
The current study extends past work on water soft path analysis in breadth and in depth: in breadth by studying an area devoted to large-scale prairie agriculture, and in depth by adding direct interaction with water managers and citizens of the Pembina Valley Conservation District in the Province of Manitoba, Canada. The main conclusion from the study is that the region can continue to be a prosperous and attractive place in which to live and to farm for at least 30 years without a single additional drop of water.
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Forsyth, S., & Brooks, D.B. (2011). Applying water soft path analysis in an agricultural region of Canada. Water International, 36(7), 894–907.