Water telecoupling paper makes "high impact" rankings

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Dec. 9, 2016

The article Telecoupling in urban water systems: an examination of Beijing’s imported water supply by Jill Deines and Jack Liu has made it to the high impact research collection of Routledge Geography, Planning and Urban Studies academic publishers and made free to access until June 2017. The paper was published in the journal Water International in December 2015.

Featuring papers published in the leading Geography, Planning and Urban Studies journals, the collection showcases research that has made an impact, whether this is through the number of downloads, citations, or Altmetric score. Free access is available exclusively through the collection page, which is available here

The story It takes a village – and much more – to quench megacity water demands includes a sample of the media attention it garnered.

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