SJVDPSan Joaquin Valley Drainage Program (California)
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Reuse of drainage water for irrigation is known as a viable means of reducing the amount of saline-sodic spent water that will finally need treatment or disposal in the western San Joaquin Valley (SJVDP (1990)).
For example, encouraging land retirement constitutes one component of the San Joaquin Valley Drainage Program's management plan to remedy the San Joaquin Valley's irrigation-induced water quality problem (SJVDP 1990, 103).
7 The survey question used to create the land price variable is "assessed land value." Since most of the study area is located either in rapidly growing regions or close to small cities (SJVDP 1990), assessed land value likely serves as a valid measure of the opportunity cost of agricultural land.