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Joyce, J., Chang, N. - B., Harji, R., Ruppert, T., & Imen, S. (2017). Developing a multi-scale modeling system for resilience assessment of green-grey drainage infrastructures under climate change and sea level rise impact. Environmental Modelling & Software, 90, 1–26.
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Julian, P., & Osborne, T. Z. (2018). From lake to estuary, the tale of two waters: a study of aquatic continuum biogeochemistry. Environ Monit Assess, 190(2).
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Mirchi, A., Watkins, D. W., Engel, V., Sukop, M. C., Czajkowski, J., Bhat, M., et al. (2018). A hydro-economic model of South Florida water resources system. Science of The Total Environment, .
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Nouri, M., Homaee, M., Bannayan, M., & Hoogenboom, G. (2017). Towards shifting planting date as an adaptation practice for rainfed wheat response to climate change. Agricultural Water Management, 186, 108–119.
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Regier, P., Briceño, H., & Jaffé, R. (2016). Long-term environmental drivers of DOC fluxes: Linkages between management, hydrology and climate in a subtropical coastal estuary. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 182, 112–122.
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Tauhid, F. A., & Zawani, H. (2018). Mitigating Climate Change Related Floods in Urban Poor Areas: Green Infrastructure Approach. jrcp, 29(2), 98–112.
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Treuer, G., Koebele, E., Deslatte, A., Ernst, K., Garcia, M., & Manago, K. (2017). A narrative method for analyzing transitions in urban water management: The case of the Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Department. Water Resources Research, 53(1), 891–908.
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Yang, Y. - Y., & Lusk, M. G. (2018). Nutrients in Urban Stormwater Runoff: Current State of the Science and Potential Mitigation Options. Curr Pollution Rep, 4(2), 112–127.
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Zipper, S. C., Helm Smith, K., Breyer, B., Qiu, J., Kung, A., & Herrmann, D. (2017). Socio-environmental drought response in a mixed urban-agricultural setting: synthesizing biophysical and governance responses in the Platte River Watershed, Nebraska, USA. E&S, 22(4).
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