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  • The water footprint of water conservation using shade balls in California

    The water footprint of water conservation using shade balls in California

    Nature Sustainability | July 16, 2018...
    Summary

    The interest in quick technologic fixes to complex water problems increases during extreme hydroclimatic events. However, past evidence shows that such fixes might...

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  • Adaptability and adaptations of California’s water supply system to dry climate warming

    Adaptability and adaptations of California’s water supply system to dry climate warming

    Climactic Change, Springer | November 27, 2007...
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    Economically optimal operational changes and adaptations for California’s water supply system are examined for a dry form of climate warming (GFDL CM2.1 A2)...

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  • Modeling California’s high-elevation hydropower systems in energy units

    Modeling California’s high-elevation hydropower systems in energy units

    American Geophysical Union (AGU) | September 22, 2009...
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    This paper presents a novel approach for modeling high-elevation hydropower systems. Conservation of energy and energy flows (rather than water volume or mass flows) is...

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  • California’s Water: Energy and Water

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    California’s Water: Energy and Water

    Public Policy Institute of California | October 1, 2016...
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    Energy and water use in the state are interconnected yet managed separately. This brief describes the synergies and tradeoffs between the two sectors...

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  • Climate Change Effects on the High-Elevation Hydropower System with Consideration of Warming Impacts on Electricity Demand and Pricing

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    Climate Change Effects on the High-Elevation Hydropower System with Consideration of Warming Impacts on Electricity Demand and Pricing

    California Energy Commission (CEC) | July 31, 2012...
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    While only about 30 percent of California’s usable water storage capacity lies at higher elevations, high-elevation hydropower units generate, on average, 74 percent...

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