: Public water supply

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An Integrated Energy, Carbon, and Economic Analysis of Reclaimed Water Use in Austin, Texas Stillwell

A.S. Stillwell, K.M. Twomey, M.E. Webber, R. Osborne, D.M. Greene, D.W. Pederson

20110522 2011
The Energy-Water Nexus: An Examination of the Water Quality Impacts of Biofuels Sanders

K.T. Sanders

20100501 2010
Freshwater on the island of Maui : system interactions, supply, and demand Grubert

E.A. Grubert

20110501 2011
Maui’s Complicated Relationship With Water Grubert

E.A. Grubert, C.W. King and M.E. Webber

20130801 2013
Clean Energy and Water: Assessment of Mexico for improved water services with renewable energy King

C.W. King, K.M. Twomey, A.S. Stillwell, and M.E. Webber

20111201 2011
Water demand: What drives consumption? Coates

D. Coates, R. Connor, L. Leclerc, W. Rast, K. Schumann, and M.E. Webber

20120312 2012
The Unintended Energy Impacts of Increased Nitrate Contamination from Biofuels Production Sanders

K.M. Twomey, A.S. Stillwell, and M.E. Webber

20091020 2009  
Desalination And Long-Haul Water Transfer as a Water Supply for Dallas, Texas: A Case Study Of The Energy-Water Nexus In Texas Stillwell

A.S. Stillwell, C.W. King, and M.E. Webber

20100901 2010
An Integrated Energy, Carbon, Water and Economic Analysis of Reclaimed Water Use In Urban Settings: A Case Study of Austin, Texas Stillwell

A.S. Stillwell, K.M. Twomey, R. Osborne, D.M. Greene, D.W. Pedersen, and M.E. Webber

20111201 2011
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