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    • Data Mining to Uncover Heterogeneous Water Use Behaviors From Smart Meter Data 

      Cominola, A.ORCIDiD; Nguyen, K.; Giuliani, M.ORCIDiD; Stewart, R. A.ORCIDiD; Maier, H. R.ORCIDiD; Castelletti, A.ORCIDiD (Water Resources Research, 2019-11-19)
      Abstract Knowledge on the determinants and patterns of water demand for different consumers supports the design of customized demand management strategies. Smart meters coupled with big data analytics tools create a unique ...
    • Economic aspirations connected to innovations in carbon capture and utilization value chains 

      Naims, HenrietteORCIDiD (Journal of Industrial Ecology, 2020-04-07)
      Abstract International authorities are increasingly recognizing that utilizing the carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from various industries can assist strategies for mitigating climate change. In developing novel carbon ...
    • Assessing land use and flood management impacts on ecosystem services in a river landscape (Upper Danube, Germany) 

      Stammel, BarbaraORCIDiD; Fischer, Christine; Cyffka, Bernd; Albert, Christian; Damm, Christian; Dehnhardt, Alexandra; Fischer, Helmut; Foeckler, Francis; Gerstner, Lars; Hoffmann, Tim G.; Iwanowski, Janette; Kasperidus, Hans D.; Linnemann, Kathrin; Mehl, Dietmar; Podschun, Simone A.; Rayanov, Marin; Ritz, Stephanie; Rumm, Andrea; Scholz, Mathias; Schulz‐Zunkel, Christiane; Thiele, Julia; Venohr, Markus; von Haaren, Christina; Pusch, Martin T.; Gelhaus, Marion (River Research and Applications, 2020-07-06)
      Abstract Rivers and floodplains provide many regulating, provisioning and cultural ecosystem services (ES) such as flood risk regulation, crop production or recreation. Intensive use of resources such as hydropower production, ...
    • Virtual water flows, water footprint and water savings from the trade of crop and livestock products of Germany 

      Brindha, KarthikeyanORCIDiD (Water and Environment Journal, 2020-06-29)
      Abstract Comprehensive assessment of the virtual water trade of Germany with the world is performed and the national water footprint through the trade of crop and livestock products from 1991 to 2016 is assessed. Virtual ...
    • Grassland greening on the Mongolian Plateau despite higher grazing intensity 

      Miao, LijuanORCIDiD; Sun, Zhanli; Ren, Yanjun; Schierhorn, Florian; Müller, Daniel (Land Degradation & Development, 2020-10-01)
      Abstract Changes in land management and climate alter vegetation dynamics, but the determinants of vegetation changes often remain elusive, especially in global drylands. Here we assess the determinants of grassland greenness ...