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MAR planning and implementation start with identification of project goals and success criteria. A feasibility assessment is then performed to determine whether MAR is technically and economically feasible in the proposed project areas. Feasibility assessments involve both a review of existing data and regulatory requirements and constraints (desktop assessment) and field testing. For projects determined to be technically and economically feasible, the next steps are system design and obtaining required regulatory approvals. Subsequent project phases are the construction and operational testing of a pilot or full-scale system. Project planning, design, and implementation should incorporate flexibility to allow for adaptive management. Project performance should be objectively evaluated against specific success critera established at the start of a project.
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