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Water use patterns : examining the impact of population density on municipal drought response
Texas is urbanizing at a rapid rate with municipal water needs constituting a growing portion of total demand on the state's resources in the next fifty years. Geographic challenges contributing to frequent, severe droughts have driven a long history of water planning to balance these competing demands with unpredictable supplies. This report seeks to examine patterns in municipal water use to identify whether increasing population density impacts responses to drought conditions. It details thedoi:10.15781/t2sx64c9q fatcat:kxfoc226ubabtj45skcz6vahqm