Technical Bulletin No. (TB-1916) 119 pp

March 2007

Regional Environment and Agriculture Programming Model (REAP)

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

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Last updated: Friday, March 30, 2007

For more information, contact: Robert Johansson, Mark Peters, and Robert House