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Arumugam, S., Sabo, J. L., Larson, K. L., Seo, S. B., Sinha, T., Bhowmik, R., et al. (2017). Synthesis of Public Water Supply Use in the U.S.: Spatio-temporal Patterns and Socio-Economic Controls. Earth's Future, 5(7), 771–788.
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Díaz, P., Morley, K. M., & Yeh, D. H. (2017). Resilient urban water supply: preparing for the slow-moving consequences of climate change. Water Pract Technol, 12(1), 123–138.
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McDonough, L. K., McDonough LK, O'Carroll, D. M., O'Carroll DM, Meredith, K., Meredith K, et al. (2020). Changes in groundwater dissolved organic matter character in a coastal sand aquifer due to rainfall recharge. Water Res, 169.
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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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Mo, W., & Zhang, Q. (2016). Modeling the influence of various water stressors on regional water supply infrastructures and their embodied energy. Environ. Res. Lett., 11(6), 064018.
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Neibaur, E. E., & Anderson, E. P. (2016). An examination of factors affecting sustainability of domestic rainwater harvesting systems in a rural, semi-arid region of Mexico. Water Science and Technology: Water Supply, 16(5), 1388–1397.
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Panaou, T., Asefa, T., & Nachabe, M. H. (2018). Keeping Us Honest: Examining Climate States and Transition Probabilities of Precipitation Projections in General Circulation Models. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, 144(4).
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Santana, M. V., Zhang, Q., Nachabe, M. H., Xie, X., & Mihelcic, J. R. (2017). Could smart growth lower the operational energy of water supply? A scenario analysis in Tampa, Florida, USA. Landscape and Urban Planning, 164, 99–108.
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Zhang, M., Chen, X., Kumar, M., Marani, M., & Goralczyk, M. (2017). Hurricanes and tropical storms: A necessary evil to ensure water supply? Hydrological Processes, 31(24), 4414–4428.
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