Identifying Nonpoint Source Polluters in National Scale River Networks
Peiley Lau, Julia Longmate, and Solomon Hsiang
Existing policies regulating nonpoint source water pollution in California and beyond are difficult to
enforce due to ineffective monitoring and gaps in available data. We propose a method that generates
a more spatially and temporally resolved dataset to help identify sources of nitrogen and phosphorus
pollution, with applications to the U.S. Mississippi River Basin and the country of New Zealand.
Agricultural runoff, regulatory enforcement, spatial analysis, nutrient loads
Peiley Lau, Julia Longmate, and Solomon Hsiang. "Identifying Nonpoint Source Polluters in National Scale River Networks."
ARE Update 23(1)(2019):9-11. University of California Giannini Foundation of Agricultural Economics.