Edward Spang
Edward Spang
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The water consumption of energy production: an international comparison
ES Spang, WR Moomaw, KS Gallagher, PH Kirshen, DH Marks
Environmental Research Letters 9 (10), 105002, 2014
1892014
Segmentation analysis of residential water-electricity demand for customized demand-side management programs
A Cominola, ES Spang, M Giuliani, A Castelletti, JR Lund, FJ Loge
Journal of Cleaner Production 172, 1607-1619, 2018
352018
A high‐resolution approach to mapping energy flows through water infrastructure systems
ES Spang, FJ Loge
Journal of Industrial Ecology 19 (4), 656-665, 2015
302015
The estimated impact of California’s urban water conservation mandate on electricity consumption and greenhouse gas emissions
ES Spang, AJ Holguin, FJ Loge
Environmental Research Letters 13 (1), 014016, 2018
212018
Spillovers from behavioral interventions: Experimental evidence from water and energy use
K Jessoe, GE Lade, F Loge, E Spang
Iowa State University Digital Repository, 2017
212017
Multiple metrics for quantifying the intensity of water consumption of energy production
ES Spang, WR Moomaw, KS Gallagher, PH Kirshen, DH Marks
Environmental Research Letters 9 (10), 105003, 2014
202014
The potential for wind-powered desalination in water-scarce countries
E Spang
Master of Arts in Law and Diplomacy Thesis. The Fletcher School, Tufts …, 2006
172006
Food Loss and Waste: Measurement, Drivers, and Solutions
ES Spang, LC Moreno, SA Pace, Y Achmon, I Donis-Gonzalez, ...
Annual Review of Environment and Resources 44, 117-156, 2019
122019
Consumption‐Based Fixed Rates: Harmonizing Water Conservation and Revenue Stability
ES Spang, S Miller, M Williams, FJ Loge
Journal‐American Water Works Association 107 (3), E164-E173, 2015
82015
Does on-farm food loss prevent waste? Insights from California produce growers
A Gillman, DC Campbell, ES Spang
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 150, 104408, 2019
72019
The role of industrial ecology in food and agriculture's adaptation to climate change
A Kendall, ES Spang
Journal of Industrial Ecology 24 (2), 313-317, 2020
62020
Estimating the blue water footprint of in-field crop losses: a case study of US potato cultivation
ES Spang, BD Stevens
Sustainability 10 (8), 2854, 2018
52018
23. A thirst for power: A global analysis of water consumption for energy production
E Spang
Global Water: Issues and Insights, 131, 2014
52014
Implementing Consumption‐Based Fixed Rates in Davis, Calif.
ES Spang, FJ Loge, W Abernathy, DR Dove, C Tseng, M Williams
Journal‐American Water Works Association 107 (7), E380-E388, 2015
42015
Energy use for urban water management by utilities and households in Los Angeles
E Porse, KB Mika, A Escriva-Bou, ED Fournier, KT Sanders, E Spang, ...
Environmental Research Communications 2 (1), 015003, 2020
32020
A Statistical Approach to the Embedded Energy in Water: Understanding Variance in Space and Time Across Hydraulic Systems
E Spang, F Loge
32013
Alpine Lakes and Glaciers in Peru: Managing Sources of Water & Destruction
E Spang
Research sponsored by Tufts Institute of the Environment research Grant, 2006
32006
Exploring fruit’s role in dessert: The Dessert Flip and its impact on university student acceptance and food waste
A Kurzer, T Wiriyaphanich, C Cienfuegos, E Spang, JX Guinard
Food Quality and Preference, 103917, 2020
22020
Residential Water Conservation During Drought: Experimental Evidence from Three Behavioral Interventions
K Jessoe, GE Lade, F Loge, E Spang
22019
An evaluation of on-farm food loss accounting in life-cycle assessment (LCA) of four California specialty crops
KS Winans, E Marvinney, A Gillman, ES Spang
Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems 4, 10, 2020
12020
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