Infrastructure, Hydrology, and Policy: Socio-Hydrological Modeling of Urban Water Consumption DynamicsGarcia, Margaret.
Abstract: The reliability of our water systems depends not only on natural hydrological systems but on the human systems that both change and respond to changes in natural systems. Fundamental to planning and managing a reliable water system is an understanding of system response to past changes. Socio-hydrological modeling has the potential to address this challenge by integrating feedback betwee... read more
- Tufts University. Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
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