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Reclaimed water distribution network design under temporal and spatial growth and demand uncertainties

Weini Zhang, Gunhui Chung, Péguy Pierre-Louis, Güzin Bayraksan, Kevin Lansey
2013 Environmental Modelling & Software  
Finally, we apply our model to design a reclaimed water network for a realistic municipal system under estimated demand and population scenarios, and analyze the sensitivity of the system to model parameters  ...  Unlike other formulations, uncertain reclaimed water demands, temporal and spatial population changes are explicitly considered in our two-staged construction and expansion model.  ...  Quintanar from City of Tucson, Water Department for guidance and valuable discussions.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.envsoft.2013.07.008 fatcat:fncen2z7tja2bmixee6oi2w2ri

Scenario Planning to Address Critical Uncertainties for Robust and Resilient Water–Wastewater Infrastructures under Conditions of Water Scarcity and Rapid Development

Christopher Scott, Christopher Bailey, Ralph Marra, Gwendolyn Woods, Kerri Jean Ormerod, Kevin Lansey
2012 Water  
Rigid planning for fixed water supply and reuse targets with estimated demand growth and static assumptions of water availability can prove inflexible in responding to changing conditions.  ...  planning: (1) changing demands based on potential future density, layout, and per capita water use/reuse; (2) adequacy of current water supplies to meet future demands; and (3) evolving public perceptions  ...  National Science Foundation (NSF) under Grant No. EFRI-0835930, the Inter-American Institute for Global Change Research project SGP-CRA #005 (which is supported by NSF Grant No.  ... 
doi:10.3390/w4040848 fatcat:shbbrpzbzfdxjnf3jk665gtc4a

Anticipatory modeling for water supply sustainability in Phoenix, Arizona

D.A. Sampson, R. Quay, D.D. White
2016 Environmental Science and Policy  
population growth dynamics, water supply and 51 demand projections, and alternative governance possibilities.  ...  , population 54 growth, and policy options on surface water supplies, water demand, and groundwater pumping 55 for the Phoenix Metropolitan Area.  ...  growth changes Patterns of growth and existing land use change 776 Growth Management Manage spatial allocation of growth based on sustainable water supplies Other Programs to promote a more water  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.envsci.2015.08.014 fatcat:5olgjgqwobc7hkjvfzlln4ln4q

Urban Multi-Source Water Supply in China: Variation Tendency, Modeling Methods and Challenges

Peibing Song, Chao Wang, Wei Zhang, Weifeng Liu, Jiahui Sun, Xiaoying Wang, Xiaohui Lei, Hao Wang
2020 Water  
It is simply not sufficient to rely on local conventional water resources to meet urban water demand, and a single source water supply mode has a higher vulnerability, resulting in greater safety risks  ...  However, with the acceleration of urbanization and the explosion of urban populations, the contradiction between water supply and demand in some areas, especially in big cities, has become increasingly  ...  Acknowledgments: The anonymous reviewers and the editor are thanked for providing insightful and detailed reviews that greatly improved the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.3390/w12041199 fatcat:gkc4h5ksoffmdi6ushzmlaeddi

Role of Models in the Decision-Making Process in Integrated Urban Water Management: A Review

Leila Mosleh, Masoud Negahban-Azar
2021 Water  
Integrated urban water management models (IUWMs) are tools that allow decision makers to demonstrate the effectiveness of various management, operational and design strategies.  ...  In summary, the results show that most of the models' applications are focused on supply and demand, wastewater management, and stormwater management.  ...  data and on integrated urban water modeling literature.  ... 
doi:10.3390/w13091252 doaj:17885815b16a42b097d67b85f0d8c9a7 fatcat:mgfnqgtxnfhqdkfqumvcmzfmre

China's Coastal Wetlands: Understanding Environmental Changes and Human Impacts for Management and Conservation

Baoshan Cui, Qiang He, Binhe Gu, Junhong Bai, Xinhui Liu
2016 Wetlands (Wilmington, N.C.)  
In China, notably, coastal wetlands have been increasingly lost to reclamations that are widely adopted to meet the increasing demand for land under rapid economic development.  ...  Coastal human activities in China are found to change shoreline evolution and wetland hydrology, to deteriorate soil and water quality, to alter vegetation succession, benthic animal and microbial communities  ...  Another paper by Cheng et al. (2016) in this special issue examines temporal and spatial trends in ten antibiotics in the water column in the intertidal zone of Bohai Bay, northern China.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s13157-016-0737-8 fatcat:efnm3oyhrfgn7cj4fk6hxdj3dm

Establishment and Analysis of Spatiotemporal Variation Hydrological Model of Distributed Rainfall and Evaporation in Biliu River Basin

Qi Liu, Xiaolong Zhao, Hongyan Wang, Yongfeng Sun, Wei Wang
2021 Complexity  
and the latter having an impact on both river runoff simulation and crop irrigation water demand.  ...  demand in maize, followed by the frequency of precipitation, and the interaction between the two is not significant.  ...  Figure 1 : 1 Different methods for studying rainfall and temporal and spatial variability of rivers. Figure 2 : 2 Changes in key parameters in the Biliu River basin.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2021/6639691 fatcat:a4pmnnxxcrekjizsuz2gywtumy

Assessment of Sustainability of Urban Water Supply and Demand Management Options: A Comprehensive Approach

Kumudu Rathnayaka, Hector Malano, Meenakshi Arora
2016 Water  
Further, performance of these options needs to be evaluated for a range of uncertainties arising from changes of spatial and temporal variables of the system.  ...  This paper reviews studies to evaluate water supply and/or demand management options conducted during 2000-2016.  ...  Scenario paths are introduced to assess this performance upon a range of uncertainties arising from changes of the spatial and temporal variables of the system.  ... 
doi:10.3390/w8120595 fatcat:etxethdqlvgwthnqqjp7rradha

Sectoral contributions to surface water stress in the coterminous United States

K Averyt, J Meldrum, P Caldwell, G Sun, S McNulty, A Huber-Lee, N Madden
2013 Environmental Research Letters  
water flows under a changing climate.  ...  supply and demand.  ...  Acknowledgments We greatly appreciate the support of the Union of Concerned Scientists, The Energy and Water in a Warming World initiative (EW3) contributors, and the EW3 Scientific Advisory Committee.  ... 
doi:10.1088/1748-9326/8/3/035046 fatcat:vcfvpn3kyngwxatxai5kgvxtpu

Discrete Optimization for Dynamic Systems of Operations Management in Data-Driven Society

Lu Zhen, Shuaian Wang, Xiaobo Qu, Xinchang Wang
2019 Discrete Dynamics in Nature and Society  
and routing for the minimization of total cost of a supply chain distribution network under uncertain customer demand. e paper entitled "Analysis of Signal Game for Supply Chain Finance (SCF) of MSEs  ...  Zhang et al. in the paper entitled "Omni-Channel Product Distribution Network Design by Using the Improved Particle Swarm Optimization Algorithm" construct the joint randomization planning model of location  ...  their many insightful comments and suggestions.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2019/3597314 fatcat:yycr7svztjbyfmzlnv52d757ty

Designing and modeling innovation across scales for urban water systems

M. Santelmann, D. Hulse, M. Wright, C. Enright, A. Branscomb, M. Tchintcharauli-Harrison, J. Bolson
2019 Urban Ecosystems  
The demands of human population growth, aging infrastructure, and changing climate will increase pressure on these systems and require future innovations in water management.  ...  Second, it engages participants in thinking together across land and water management sectors to develop plausible futures at multiple spatial extents and multidecadal time horizons.  ...  Open Access This article is distributed under the terms of the Creative Comm ons Attribution 4.0 International License (http:// creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/), which permits unrestricted use, distribution  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11252-019-00882-6 fatcat:zvi3a7sw6vab7hdimvx3w5rknm

Implementing Greenhouse Gas Trading in Europe: Lessons from Economic Theory and International Experiences

Catherine Boemare, Philippe Quirion
2002 Social Science Research Network  
We draw attention to major points to be aware of when designing an emission trading system: participants, spatial coverage, permits allocation, temporal flexibility, trading organisation, monitoring, enforcement  ...  A review of the theoretical and applied literature, and some interviews, lead us to the assessment of the European system.  ...  Drought Management Index to Evaluate Water Institutions' Performance Under Uncertainty and Climate Change CLIM 48.2001 Wietze LISE and Richard S.J.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.315499 fatcat:2ijg3de5pnhjdj3b3frbad654a

Water Supply and Water Scarcity

Vasileios A. Tzanakakis, Nikolaos V. Paranychianakis, Andreas N. Angelakis
2020 Water  
The papers selected for publication include review papers on water history, on water management issues under water scarcity regimes, on rainwater harvesting, on water quality and degradation, and on climatic  ...  This paper provides an overview of the Special Issue on water supply and water scarcity.  ...  Considering the uneven spatial and temporal distribution of water resources and increased water demand, it is necessary to investigate the exploitation of alternative water sources, e.g., recycled water  ... 
doi:10.3390/w12092347 fatcat:r6luofj4jfag3jny6pe5l42vaq

Resilience of Interdependent Water and Power Systems: A Literature Review and Conceptual Modeling Framework

Konstantinos Oikonomou, Kendall Mongird, Jennie S. Rice, Juliet S. Homer
2021 Water  
As increasing pressures of population growth and climate change arise, water and power systems (WPS) are becoming increasingly interdependent.  ...  resilience under different types of common threats.  ...  Water 2021, 13, 2846  ... 
doi:10.3390/w13202846 fatcat:wnndngrbljbsbiij57is65trji

Hydroeconomic Models as Decision Support Tools for Conjunctive Management of Surface and Groundwater [chapter]

Manuel Pulido-Velazquez, Guilherme F. Marques, Julien J. Harou, Jay R. Lund
2016 Integrated Groundwater Management  
CU has become increasingly sophisticated and integrated with other innovative and traditional water management techniques, such as water transfers, water reuse, demand management, and aquifer remediation  ...  Conjunctive use (CU) of surface and groundwater storage and supplies is essential for integrated water management.  ...  water demands, including water and irrigation technology use under uncertain (stochastic) surface water supplies.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-23576-9_27 fatcat:zp2kephqdvd7tnlfd4pjad5v24
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