Regional Environment and Agriculture Programming Model (REAP)
by Robert Johansson, Mark Peters, and Robert House
Technical Bulletin No. (TB-1916) 118 pp, March 2007
The Regional Environment and Agriculture Programming Model (REAP), facilitates scenario—or "what if"—analyses by showing how changes in technology, commodity supply or demand, or farm, resource, environmental, or trade policy could affect a host of performance indicators important to decisionmakers and stakeholders. This report describes its theoretical and modeling system specification and the data used by REAP, and serves as a user guide for setting up and running model simulations.
Keywords: Soil conservation, environmental policy, water quality, irrigation policy, climate change, livestock waste management, wetlands, alternative fuels, crop, animal disease, regional effects, trade
In this publication...
- Report summary, 96 kb | HTML
- Abstract, Acknowledgments, Contents, and Summary, 654 kb
- Introduction, 78 kb
- Model Environment, 300 kb
- Model Data, 189 kb
- Figures, 277 kb
- References, 53 kb
- Appendix A: Installing and Using REAP, 53 kb
- Appendix B: Environmental Parameters, 90 kb
- Appendix C: Accessing REAP and Contributing to Model Design, 41 kb
- Entire report, 1,843 kb
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