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|Global economic impacts of COVID-19 lockdown measures stand out in high-frequency shipping data||Journal Article||Verschuur et al. Verschuur, Jasper and Koks, Elco E. and Hall, Jim W.||2021|
|Large cities get more for less: Water footprint efficiency across the US||Journal Article||Mahjabin et al. Mahjabin, Tasnuva; Garcia, Susana; Grady, Caitlin; Mejia, Alfonso||2018|
|A heat vulnerability index: spatial patterns of exposure, sensitivity and adaptive capacity for Santiago de Chile||Journal Article||Inostroza et al. Inostroza, L., Palme, M., De la Barrera, F.||2016|
|Input-Output Modeling for Urban Energy Consumption in Beijing: Dynamics and Comparison||Journal Article||Zhang et al. Zhang, Lixiao; Hu, Qiuhong; Zhang, Fan||2014|
|Development and dematerialization: An international study||Journal Article||Steinberger et al. Steinberger, Julia K and Krausmann, Fridolin and Getzner, Michael and Schandl, Heinz and West, Jim||2013|
|Does Size Matter? Scaling of CO2 Emissions and U.S. Urban Areas||Journal Article||Fragkias et al. Michail Fragkias, José Lobo, Deborah Strumsky, Karen C. Seto||2013|