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Largely because water resource planning in the U.S. has been separated from land-use planning, opportunities for explicitly linking planning policies to water availability remain unexamined. The pressing need for better

Largely because water resource planning in the U.S. has been separated from land-use planning, opportunities for explicitly linking planning policies to water availability remain unexamined. The pressing need for better coordination between land-use planning and water management is amplified by changes in the global climate, which will place even greater importance on managing water supplies and demands than in the past.

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    • 2015-12-01
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.3390/w7126659
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      2073-4441

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    Shandas, V., Lehman, R., Larson, K., Bunn, J., & Chang, H. (2015). Stressors and Strategies for Managing Urban Water Scarcity: Perspectives from the Field. Water, 7(12), 6775-6787. doi:10.3390/w7126659

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