Cities are hotspots of commodity consumption, with implications for both local and systemic water resources. Water flows “virtually” into and out of cities through the extensive cross-boundary exchange of goods and services.
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Paterson, W., Rushforth, R., Ruddell, B., Konar, M., Ahams, I., Gironás, J., . . . Mejia, A. (2015). Water Footprint of Cities: A Review and Suggestions for Future Research. Sustainability, 7(7), 8461-8490. doi:10.3390/su7078461