Kelly  Twomey Sanders
Kelly Twomey Sanders
Associate Professor, Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Southern California
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Evaluating the energy consumed for water use in the United States
KT Sanders, ME Webber
Environmental Research Letters 7 (3), 034034, 2012
1942012
Critical review: Uncharted waters? The future of the electricity-water nexus
KT Sanders
Environmental science & technology 49 (1), 51-66, 2015
1092015
Virtual scarce water embodied in inter-provincial electricity transmission in China
C Zhang, L Zhong, S Liang, KT Sanders, J Wang, M Xu
Applied Energy 187, 438-448, 2017
792017
Coherence between water and energy policies
CW King, AS Stillwell, KM Twomey, ME Webber
Nat. Resources J. 53, 117, 2013
742013
The water consequences of a transitioning US power sector
RAM Peer, KT Sanders
Applied energy 210, 613-622, 2018
542018
Characterizing cooling water source and usage patterns across US thermoelectric power plants: a comprehensive assessment of self-reported cooling water data
R AM Peer, K T Sanders
Environmental Research Letters 11 (12), 2016
482016
The unintended energy impacts of increased nitrate contamination from biofuels production
KM Twomey, AS Stillwell, ME Webber
Journal of Environmental Monitoring 12 (1), 218-224, 2010
472010
Potential for using energy from flared gas for on-site hydraulic fracturing wastewater treatment in Texas
YR Glazer, JB Kjellsson, KT Sanders, ME Webber
Environmental Science & Technology Letters 1 (7), 300-304, 2014
452014
The energy-water agriculture nexus: the past, present and future of holistic resource management via remote sensing technologies
KT Sanders, SF Masri
Journal of Cleaner Production 117, 73-88, 2016
442016
Water use in the United States energy system: A national assessment and unit process inventory of water consumption and withdrawals
E Grubert, KT Sanders
Environmental science & technology 52 (11), 6695-6703, 2018
422018
The impact of water use fees on dispatching and water requirements for water-cooled power plants in Texas
KT Sanders, MF Blackhurst, CW King, ME Webber
Environmental science & technology 48 (12), 7128-7134, 2014
362014
Evaluating the feasibility of using produced water from oil and natural gas production to address water scarcity in California’s Central Valley
M Meng, M Chen, KT Sanders
Sustainability 8 (12), 1318, 2016
252016
Evaluating the energy and CO2 emissions impacts of shifts in residential water heating in the United States
KT Sanders, ME Webber
Energy 81, 317-327, 2015
242015
Clean energy and water: assessment of Mexico for improved water services and renewable energy
KT Sanders, CW King, AS Stillwell, ME Webber
Environment, development and sustainability 15 (5), 1303-1321, 2013
242013
An integrated energy, carbon, water, and economic analysis of reclaimed water use in urban settings: a case study of Austin, Texas
AS Stillwell, KM Twomey, R Osborne, DM Greene, DW Pedersen, ...
Journal of Water Reuse and Desalination 1 (4), 208-223, 2011
242011
Spatial and temporal impacts on water consumption in Texas from shale gas development and use
AP Pacsi, KT Sanders, ME Webber, DT Allen
ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering 2 (8), 2028-2035, 2014
222014
A comparative analysis of the greenhouse gas emissions intensity of wheat and beef in the United States
KT Sanders, ME Webber
Environmental Research Letters 9 (4), 044011, 2014
222014
Evaluating the energy intensity of the US public water system
KM Twomey, ME Webber
Energy Sustainability 54686, 1735-1748, 2011
222011
Spatially and temporally resolved analysis of environmental trade-offs in electricity generation
RAM Peer, JB Garrison, CP Timms, KT Sanders
Environmental science & technology 50 (8), 4537-4545, 2016
202016
A modeling framework to evaluate blending of seawater and treated wastewater streams for synergistic desalination and potable reuse
X Wei, ZM Binger, A Achilli, KT Sanders, AE Childress
Water research 170, 115282, 2020
142020
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