: Energy

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Communication Science for Science Communication: Water Management for Oil and Natural Gas Extraction Grubert

E. A. Grubert, M. A. Cook

20171101 2017
Water Use in the Oil and Gas Industries: An Evaluation of Best Practices for Communicating with Scientists, Policymakers, and the Public Cook

M. A. Cook, E. A. Grubert

20170401 2017
Water for Energy: Systems Integration and Analysis to Address Resource Challenges Stillwell

A. S. Stillwell, A. M. Mroue, J. D. Rhodes, M. A. Cook, J. B. Sperling, T. Hussey, D. Burnett, M. E. Webber

20170724 2017
Multilayer Geospatial Analysis of Water Availability for Shale Resources Development in Mexico Galdeano

C. Galdeano, M.A. Cook, and M.E. Webber

20170802 2017
Sustainable Cities Put Waste to Work Webber

M.E. Webber

20170701 2017
What the Next Forty Years of the Department of Energy Should Bring Webber

M.E. Webber

20170802 2017
Why the Withering Nuclear Power Industry Threatens U.S. National Security Webber

M.E. Webber

20170801 2017
Are solar and wind really killing coal, nuclear and grid reliability? Rhodes

J.D. Rhodes, M.E. Webber, T.A. Deetjen, F.T. Davidson

20170518 2017
Quantifying demand flexibility based on structural thermal storage and comfort management of non-residential buildings: A comparison between hot and cold climate zones Hurtado

L.A. Hurtado, J.D. Rhodes, P.H. Nguyen, I.G. Kamphius, M.E. Webber

20170403 2017  
Shale Boom Could Fuel Batteries Glazer

Y.R. Glazer, Jamie J. Lee, F.T. Davidson, M.E. Webber

20170401 2017  
The Impacts of Storing Solar Energy in the Home to Reduce Reliance on the Utility Fares

R.L. Fares and M.E. Webber

20170130 2017
Predicting the Specific Energy Consumption of Reverse Osmosis Desalination Stillwell

A.S. Stillwell and M.E. Webber

20161216 2016  
The Coal Industry Isn’t Coming Back Webber

M.E. Webber

20161115 2016
Memo to the Next President: Here’s How to Avoid Our History of Energy Policy Mistakes Webber

M.E. Webber

20160919 2016  
How Dependable is the Traditional Grid? Webber

M.E. Webber

20161002 2016  
Webber: Where the Candidates Stand on U.S. Energy Policy Matters a Great Deal to Texas Webber

M.E. Webber

20161001 2016  
Modeling electric load and water consumption impacts from an integrated thermal energy and rainwater storage system for residential buildings in Texas Upshaw

C.R. Upshaw, J.D. Rhodes and M.E. Webber

20160307 2016
Residential energy retrofits in a cooling climate Rhodes

J.D. Rhodes, N-E. I. Bouhou, C.R. Upshaw, M.F. Blackhurst and M.E. Webber

20160603 2016
Entropy and the Environment Webber

M.E. Webber

20151201 2015  
Food, Fracking, and Freshwater: The Potential for Markets and Cross-Sectoral Investments to Enable Water Conservation Cook

M.A. Cook and M.E. Webber

20160130 2016  
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