: The Energy-Water Nexus

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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
Analysis of the Technical and Economic Potential of Purifying Brackish Groundwater on Texas State Lands Using Integrated Renewables and Desalination Facilities Aminfard

Sam Aminfard, Dr. F. Todd Davidson, and Dr. Michael E. Webber

20170301 2017  
Predicting the Specific Energy Consumption of Reverse Osmosis Desalination Stillwell

A.S. Stillwell and M.E. Webber

20161216 2016  
The Water Trade Webber

M.E. Webber

20161026 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
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  
The Energy-Water Nexus: Spatially-Resolved Analysis of the Potential for Desalinating Brackish Groundwater by Use of Solar Energy Kjellsson

J.B. Kjellsson and M.E. Webber

20150629 2015  
The Energy-Water Nexus: An Analysis and Comparison of Various Configurations Integrating Desalination with Renewable Power Gold

G.M. Gold and M.E. Webber

20150427 2015
Who Regulates It? Water Policy and Hydraulic Fracturing in Texas Cook

M.A. Cook, K.L. Huber, and M.E. Webber

20150420 2015  
Analytical methods and strategies for using the energy-water nexus to achieve cross-cutting efficiency gains Sanders

K.T. Sanders

20131004 2013
Mapping water availability, projected use and cost in the western United States Tidwell

V.C. Tidwell, B.D. Moreland, K.M. Zemlick, B.L. Roberts, H.D. Passell, D. Jensen, C. Forsgren, G. Sehlke, M.A. Cook, C.W. King and S. Larsen.

20140502 2014
Alternative Water Sources for Hydraulic Fracturing in Texas Cook

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

20130520 2013
Evaluating the feasibility of reducing water use in the power sector: A case study of ERCOT Sanders

K.T. Sanders, M. Blackhurst, and M.E. Webber

20130520 2013
Implications of Thermal Discharge Limits on Future Power Generation in Texas Cook

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

20131113 2013
Energy Benchmarking of Water and Wastewater Treatment, Distribution and Collection: Case Study of Austin Water Utility Kjellsson

J.B. Kjellsson, David Greene, Raj Bhattarai, and M.E. Webber,

20131113 2013
Modeling a Combined Energy-Water Storage System for Residential Homes and Analyzing Water Storage Tank Size Upshaw

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

20131113 2013
Variable Speed Drives for Power Factor Correction in the Water Sector Keys

E.M. Keys and M.E. Webber

20140624 2014
Estimating Water Savings from an Auxiliary Water Collection System, as Part of an Integrated Thermal Energy and Water Storage System for Residential Buildings Upshaw

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

20150124 2015
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