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print download: http://bit.ly/185cRt9 Sustainable urban water supply represents a key issue today as well as in the near future. Often networks are out of date, leakage or plugging is a common issue and investments need to be considered very careful. In addition, the behaviour, i.e. the demand of the consumers varies strongly.
The present issue of the Quarterly Notes on Sustainable Water Management (Q04/2014) – Managing the Urban Water Supply - tries to provide an overview of innovative articles addressing the above issues in-depth.
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■ Hedging Supply Risks: An Optimal Urban Water Portfolio ■ An Overview of Hybrid Water Supply Systems in the Context of Urban Water Management: Challenges and Opportunities ■ Assessing the performance of urban water utilities in Mozambique using a water utility performance index ■ Water Supply Network Sectorization Based on Social Networks Community Detection Algorithms ■ Moving Towards Sustainable and Resilient Smart Water Grids ■ Scenario-Based Analysis on Water Resources Implication of Coal Power in Western China ■ Analysis of the Possible Use of Solar Photovoltaic Energy in Urban Water Supply Systems ■ The Water Demand of Energy: Implications for Sustainable Energy Policy Development ■ Rogun Dam—Path to Energy Independence or Security Threat? ■ Global analysis of urban surface water supply vulnerability ■ Water on an urban planet: Urbanization and the reach of urban water infrastructure ■ Challenges for urban water supply: the case of Masvingo Municipality in Zimbabwe ■ (Book): Integrated Water Cycle Modelling of the Urban/Peri-urban Continuum ■ Investigating Transitions of Centralized Water Infrastructure to Decentralized Solutions – An Integrated Approach ■ Transitioning Towards Urban Water Security in Asia Pacific ■ A political–industrial ecology of water supply infrastructure for Los Angeles ■ The Economics of Groundwater Replenishment for Reliable Urban Water Supply …
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