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
Critical review: Uncharted waters? The future of the electricity-water nexus
KT Sanders
Environmental science & technology 49 (1), 51-66, 2015
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
Coherence between water and energy policies
CW King, AS Stillwell, KM Twomey, ME Webber
Nat. Resources J. 53, 117, 2013
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
The water consequences of a transitioning US power sector
RAM Peer, KT Sanders
Applied Energy 210, 613-622, 2018
Characterizing cooling water source and usage patterns across US thermoelectric power plants: a comprehensive assessment of self-reported cooling water data
RAM Peer, KT Sanders
Environmental Research Letters 11 (12), 124030, 2016
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
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
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
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
Infrastructure resilience to navigate increasingly uncertain and complex conditions in the Anthropocene
M Chester, BS Underwood, B Allenby, M Garcia, C Samaras, S Markolf, ...
Npj Urban Sustainability 1 (1), 4, 2021
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
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
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
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
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
Defining water-related energy for global comparison, clearer communication, and sharper policy
SJ Kenway, KL Lam, J Stokes-Draut, KT Sanders, AN Binks, J Bors, ...
Journal of Cleaner Production 236, 117502, 2019
Evaluating the energy intensity of the US public water system
KM Twomey, ME Webber
Energy Sustainability 54686, 1735-1748, 2011
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
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