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POLICY FACT SHEET: Residential Water Consumption in Los Angeles: What are the Drivers and are Conservation Measures Working?

PhD dissertation of Caroline Mini (UCLA), Policy brief written by Céline Kuklowsky (UCLA) Supervised by Terri Hogue, PhD (Colorado School of Mines) and Stephanie Pincetl, PhD (UCLA)

Thursday, July 03, 2014
POLICY FACT SHEET:   Residential Water Consumption in Los Angeles: What are the Drivers and are Conservation Measures Working?

PROJECT BACKGROUND
Dr. Stephanie Pincetl and Dr. Terri Hogue supervised a National Science Foundation funded project that analyzed the factors that drive single-family residential water use across the City of Los Angeles. The researchers analyzed ten years of data that links water consumption with socio-economic demographics, climate information, and water prices. The research provides additional understanding of spatial and temporal water use patterns and of the key factors that drive both indoor and outdoor water consumption across the city.

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