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Mapping interconnected fuel & electricity systems in Permian Basin in Texas to suggest strategies for resilience building & air quality associated health impacts.
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Mapping changes in water consumption in Texas river basins due to changes in water demand by Electricity Generating Units (Power Plants) in the wake of highly volatile Natural Gas Prices.
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vaid, p. (2018). Mapping interconnected fuel & electricity systems in Permian Basin in Texas to suggest strategies for resilience building & air quality associated health impacts., HydroShare, http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/a82fcb15e5d14bac9c618c70d49271ab
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