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Water, Volume 10, Issue 6 (June 2018)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Agricultural intensification has the undesirable effect of degrading water quality. Water quality [...] Read more. Agricultural intensification has the undesirable effect of degrading water quality. Water quality trading can enable cooperative solutions between urban residents and upstream rural residents through the installation of agricultural green infrastructure in the form of riparian buffers. Analysis of the Raccoon River Watershed in Iowa, USA reveals that agricultural green infrastructure is similar in cost to centralized gray infrastructure and offers more indirect, non-quantified benefits. View this paper.