Publications

2020

Garcia, S., Rushforth, R.Ruddell, B.L., and Mejia, A. (2020). “Full domestic supply chains of blue virtual water flows estimated for major US cities.” Water Resources Research: e2019WR026190. https://doi.org/10.1029/2019WR026190

George, R., McManamay, R., Perry, D., Sabo, J., and Ruddell, B.L. (2020). "Indicators of hydro-ecological alteration for the rivers of the United States." Ecological Indicators, 120, 106908. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolind.2020.106908

Gumidyala, S., Ruess, P. J., Konar, M., Marston, L., Dalin, C., & Wada, Y. (2020). “Groundwater depletion embedded in domestic transfers and international exports of the United States.” Water Resources Research, 56(2).

Hibbett, E., Rushforth, R.R., Roberts, E., Ryan, S.M., Pfeiffer, K., Bloom, N.E., and Ruddell, B.L. (2020). “Citizen-Led Community Innovation for Food Energy Water Nexus Resilience.” Frontiers in Environmental Science. 8:571614. doi: 10.3389/fenvs.2020.571614

Marston, L.T., Lamsal, G., Ancona, Z.H., Caldwell, P., Richter, Brian D., Ruddell, B.L., Rushforth, R.R., and Davis, K.F. (2020). "Reducing water scarcity by improving water productivity in the United States," Environmental Research Letters, 15 094033. https://doi.org/10.1088/1748-9326/ab9d39

Read, Quentin D., et al. (2020). “Assessing the environmental impacts of halving food loss and waste along the food supply chain.” Science of The Total Environment, 712, 136255. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.136255

Richter, B.D., Bartak, D., Caldwell, P. et al. (2020). “Water scarcity and fish imperilment driven by beef production.” Nature Sustainability. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41893-020-0483-z.

Saundry, P. and Ruddell, B.L. (eds.). (2020). “The Food-Energy-Water Nexus,” (AESS Interdisciplinary Environmental Studies and Sciences Series). Springer, 978-3-030-29913-2. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-29914-9

Siddik, M. A., Chini, C. M., & Marston, L. (2020). “Water and carbon footprints of electricity are sensitive to geographical attribution method.” Environmental Science & Technology.

Burchfield, E., Pennanen, N., Schoof, J., and Lant, C.L. (2019). "Changing yields in the Central United States under climate and technological change" aka Projected changes in yields of rainfed maize, soybeans, winter wheat, and cotton in the central United States under climate and technological change. Climatic Change. 159: 329–346. https://doi: 10.1007/s10584-019-02567-7.

Djehdian, L. A., Chini, C. M., Marston, L., Konar, M., & Stillwell, A. S. (2019). “Exposure of urban food–energy–water (FEW) systems to water scarcity.” Sustainable Cities and Society, 50, 101621.

Hondula, D.M., Sabo, J.L., Quay, R.,  Chester, M., Georgescu, M., Grimm, N., Harlan, S.L., Middel, A., Porter, S., Redman, C.L., Rittmann, B., Ruddell, B.L., and White, D.D. (2019). “Cities of the Southwest are testbeds for urban resilience.” Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 17(2), pp. 79-80. https://doi.org/10.1002/fee.2005

Leshyk, Victor O.Ruddell, Benjamin L., and Rushforth, Richard R.. (2019). “Do You Know Where your Food, Energy, and Water Come From?” American Scientist, https://www.americanscientist.org/blog/macroscope/do-you-know-where-your-food-energy-and-water-come-from, April 29, 2019.

Lin, X., Ruess, P. J., Marston, L., & Konar, M. (2019). “Food flows between counties in the United States.” Environmental Research Letters, 14(8), 084011.

Ruddell, B.L., Miller, J., Rushforth, R.R., Salla, R., Soktoeva, E., and Gorantla, R. (2019). “FEW-View™ 1.1, the FEWSION™ Visualization System,” https://fewsion.us / https://fewsion.dtn.asu.edu, 2 August 2019.

Ruddell, B.L., Miller, J., Rushforth, R.R., Salla, R., Soktoeva, E., and Gorantla, R. (2019). “FEW-View™ 1.0, the FEWSION™ Visualization System,” https://fewsion.us / https://fewsion.dtn.asu.edu, 29 April, 2019.

Ruess, P. and Konar, M. (2019). “Grain and virtual water storage capacity in the United States.” Water Resources Research, Vol 55, doi: 10.1029/2018WR024292.

Rushforth, R.R. and Ruddell, B.L. (2019). The FEWSION Database™ Version 1.0: Dataset Documentation and Guide. FEWSION Project, https://fewsion.us/data.

Rushforth, R.R., Leshyk, V.O., and Ruddell, B.L. (2019). “How Much Leverage Does Colorado Have Over Your Beer Supply?” URL: https://fewsion.dtn.asu.edu/app/public?scenario_id=17. 29 April 2019.

Rushforth, R.R., Leshyk, V.O., and Ruddell, B.L. (2019). “How Will “The Big One” Affect the Flow of Global FEW Resources?” URL: https://fewsion.dtn.asu.edu/app/public?scenario_id=6. 29 April 2019.

Rushforth, R.R., Leshyk, V.O., and Ruddell, B.L. (2019). “How Would a Cascadian Subduction Zone Event Affect Seattle’s FEW System?” URL: https://fewsion.dtn.asu.edu/app/public?scenario_id=13. 29 April 2019.

Rushforth, R.R., Leshyk, V.O., and Ruddell, B.L. (2019). “What States Have the Most Local Food Industries?” URL: https://fewsion.dtn.asu.edu/app/public?scenario_id=14. 29 April 2019.

Rushforth, R.R., Leshyk, V.O., and Ruddell, B.L. (2019). “Where are Energy Supplies Disrupted When a Hurricane Hits Houston?” URL: https://fewsion.dtn.asu.edu/app/public?scenario_id=11. 29 April 2019.

Rushforth, R.R., Leshyk, V.O., and Ruddell, B.L. (2019). “Where are Hawaii’s Food and Energy Dependencies?” URL: https://fewsion.dtn.asu.edu/app/public?scenario_id=4. 29 April 2019.

Rushforth, R.R., Leshyk, V.O., and Ruddell, B.L. (2019). “Where does New York City Outsource Water Consumption to?” URL: https://fewsion.dtn.asu.edu/app/public?scenario_id=12. 29 April 2019.

Rushforth, R.R., Leshyk, V.O., and Ruddell, B.L. (2019). “Which Counties Have the Most Resilient Gasoline Supplies?” URL: https://fewsion.dtn.asu.edu/app/public?scenario_id=15. 29 April 2019.

Rushforth, R.R., Leshyk, V.O., and Ruddell, B.L. (2019). “Which States’ Food Supply are Exposed to Water Stress?” URL: https://fewsion.dtn.asu.edu/app/public?scenario_id=18. 29 April 2019.

Rushforth, R.R., Leshyk, V.O., and Ruddell, B.L. (2019). “Which States Contribute Water Stress to Virginia’s Food Supply?” URL: https://fewsion.dtn.asu.edu/app/public?scenario_id=19. 29 April 2019.

Rushforth, R.R., Leshyk, V.O., and Ruddell, B.L. (2019). “Who does Chicago Depend on for Electricity Generation?” URL: https://fewsion.dtn.asu.edu/app/public?scenario_id=16. 29 April 2019.

Rushforth, R.R., Leshyk, V.O., and Ruddell, B.L. (2019). “Who is Dependent on Water in California’s Central Valley?” URL: https://fewsion.dtn.asu.edu/app/public?scenario_id=8. 29 April 2019.

Baggio, J.A. and Hillis, V. “Managing ecological disturbances: Learning and the structure of social-ecological networks.” Environmental Modelling & Software 109 (2018): 32-40. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envsoft.2018.08.002

Cornell du Houx, A. and Day, A.T. (2018). “Code Blue – Water Security Conflicts and Solutions: FEWSION, Water, Food, Energy.”  https://youtu.be/yzh0AvXdt3I, Accessed May 21, 2018.

Dang, Q., Konar, M., and Debaere, P. (2018). Trade openness and the nutrient use of nations, Environmental Research Lettershttps://doi.org/10.1088/1748-9326/aaebcb

Dang, Q. and Konar, M. (2018). “Trade openness and domestic water use.” Water Resources Research, 54. https://doi.org/10.1002/2017WR021102

Hope, D., B.L. Ruddell, R.R. Rushforth, and Ryan, S. (2018). “Crucial FEWSION Episode 4: The Last Mile & the Role of Citizen Scientists,” https://soundcloud.com/diane-hope/crucial-fewsion-episode-4-the-last-mile-the-role-of-citizen-scientists/s-6y8vL.

Hope, D., Ruddell, B.L., and Rushforth, R.R. (2018), Crucial FEWSION Episode 3: The Butterfly Effect: Understanding Resilience, Vulnerability, and Sustainability in Food-Energy-Water Systems https://soundcloud.com/diane-hope/crucial-fewsion-episode-3. Accessed November 2nd, 2018.

Hope, D., Ruddell, B.L., and Rushforth, R.R. (2018). “Crucial FEWSION Episode 2: What is local?” https://soundcloud.com/diane-hope/crucial-fewsion-episode-2. Accessed September 12th, 2018.

Hope, D. and Ruddell, B. (2018). “Crucial FEWSION Episode 1: An Introduction to FEWSION.” https://soundcloud.com/diane-hope/crucial-fewsion-episode-1-introduction-to-fewsion/s-gWrqK. Accessed July 10th, 2018.

Konar, M., Lin, X., Ruddell, B., and Sivapalan, M. (2018). “Scaling properties of food flow networks.” PLOS ONE 13(7): e0199498. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0199498

Lant, C., Baggio, J., Konar, M., Mejia, A., Ruddell, B., Rushforth, R., Sabo, J.L., and Troy, T.J. (2018). “The US food–energy–water system: A blueprint to fill the mesoscale gap for science and decision-making.” Ambio: 1-13. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13280-018-1077-0

Mahjabin, Tasnuva, et al. (2018). “Large cities get more for less: Water footprint efficiency across the US.” PLOS ONE 13.8: e0202301. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0202301

Marston, L., Ao, Y., Konar, M., Mekonnen, M.M., and Hoekstra, A.Y. (2018). “High-Resolution Water Footprints of Production of the United States.” Water Resources Research, Vol 54, doi:10.1002/2017WR021923

Ruddell, B.L. “HESS Opinions: How should a future water census address consumptive use? (And where can we substitute withdrawal data while we wait?).” Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 22.10 (2018): pp. 5551-5558. https://doi.org/10.5194/hess-22-5551-2018.

Ruddell, B.L. (2018). “Threshold-based footprints (for water).” Water, 10(8), p. 1029. https://doi.org/10.3390/w10081029

Rushforth, R.R. and Ruddell, B.L. (2018). “A spatially detailed blue water footprint of the United States economy, Hydrol.” Earth Syst. Sci., 22, 3007-3032, https://doi.org/10.5194/hess-22-3007-2018.

Ahams, I.C., Paterson, W., Garcia, S., Rushforth, R., Ruddell, B.L., and Mejia, A. (2017). “Water Footprint of 65 Mid‐to Large‐Sized US Cities and Their Metropolitan Areas.” Journal of the American Water Resources Association, (JAWRA) 53(5), pp. 1-17, pp. 1147-1163, http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1752-1688.12563.

Chini, C., Konar, M., and Stillwell, A. (2017). “Direct and indirect urban water footprints of the United States.” Water Resources Research, Vol 53, doi: 10.1002/2016WR019473.

Deryugina, T., and Konar, M. (2017). “Impacts of crop insurance on water withdrawals for irrigation.” Advances in Water Resources, 110, pp. 437-444. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.advwatres.2017.03.013

Marston, L., and Konar, M. (2017). “Drought impacts to water footprints and virtual water transfers of the Central Valley of California.” Water Resources Research, 53, pp. 5756–5773, doi:10.1002/2016WR020251

McManamay, R.A., Nair, S.S., DeRolph, C.R., Ruddell, B.L., Morton, A.M., Stewart, R.N., Troia, M.J., Tran, L., Kim, H., and Bhaduri, B.L. (2017). “US cities can manage national hydrology and biodiversity using local infrastructure policy.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) 2017: 9581-9586; published ahead of print August 21, 2017, doi:10.1073/pnas.1706201114.

Sayles, J. and Baggio, J.A. (2017). “Social-Ecological network analysis of scale-mismatches in estuary watershed restoration.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 114(10), pp. E1776-E1785, https://doi.org/10.1073%2Fpnas.1604405114

Scanlon, B.R., Ruddell, B.L., Reed, P.M., Hook, R.I., Zheng, C., Tidwell, V.C., and Siebert, S. (2017). “The food‐energy‐water nexus: Transforming science for society.” Water Resources Research, 53(5), pp. 3550-3556. https://doi.org/10.1002/2017WR020889.

Shanafelt, D.W., Salau, K.R., and Baggio, J.A. (2017). “Do-it-yourself networks: a novel method of generating weighted networks.” 4(11):171227, doi: 10.1098/rsos.171227.

Baggio, J.A., et al. (2016). “Multiplex social ecological network analysis reveals how social changes affect community robustness more than resource depletion.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 113.48: pp. 13708-13713, https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1604401113.