6 edition of Residential water demand and economic development found in the catalog.
Residential water demand and economic development
Terence R. Lee
by published for the University of Toronto Dept. of Geography by the University of Toronto Press in Toronto
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 139-
|Statement||[by] Terence R. Lee.|
|Series||University of Toronto. Dept. of Geography. Research publications, 2, Research publications (University of Toronto. Dept. of Geography) ;, 2.|
|LC Classifications||HD4465.I5 L42|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 150 p.|
|Number of Pages||150|
|LC Control Number||75429791|
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This chapter is intended to provide basic, conservative, water demand design criteria which may be. The dynamics of water, growth and poverty are extremely complex, and highly dependent upon specific physical, cultural, political and economic circumstances.
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This research develops regression-based water demand models capable of forecasting single-family residential water demands within individual census tracts at a bimonthly time-step.
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National Academy of Sciences an. facility to residential consumers, for use as drinking water, water for cooking, water for sanitary conditions, and other water use in a domestic environment.
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