Alvar Escriva-Bou
Alvar Escriva-Bou
Public Policy Institute of California
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TitleCited byYear
Optimizing the dammed: Water supply losses and fish habitat gains from dam removal in California
SE Null, J Medellín-Azuara, A Escriva-Bou, M Lent, JR Lund
Journal of environmental management 136, 121-131, 2014
542014
Accounting for California Water
A Escriva-Bou, H McCann, E Hanak, J Lund, B Gray
California Journal of Politics and Policy 8 (3), 2016
302016
Modeling residential water and related energy, carbon footprint and costs in California
A Escriva-Bou, JR Lund, M Pulido-Velazquez
Environmental Science & Policy 50, 270-281, 2015
282015
Role of economic instruments in water allocation reform: lessons from Europe
D Rey, CD Pérez-Blanco, A Escriva-Bou, C Girard, TIE Veldkamp
International journal of water resources development 35 (2), 206-239, 2019
212019
Water stress and a changing San Joaquin Valley
E Hanak, J Lund, B Arnold, A Escriva-Bou, B Gray, S Green, T Harter, ...
Public Policy Institute of California 1, 5-48, 2017
192017
Economic value of climate change adaptation strategies for water management in Spain’s Jucar basin
A Escriva-Bou, M Pulido-Velazquez, D Pulido-Velazquez
Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 143 (5), 04017005, 2017
19*2017
Building Drought Resilience in California’s Cities and Suburbs
D Mitchell, E Hanak, K Baerenklau, A Escriva-Bou, H McCann, ...
Public Policy Institute of California, 2017
162017
Optimal residential water conservation strategies considering related energy in C alifornia
A Escriva‐Bou, JR Lund, M Pulido‐Velazquez
Water Resources Research 51 (6), 4482-4498, 2015
162015
Design and assessment of an efficient and equitable dynamic urban water tariff. Application to the city of Valencia, Spain
A Lopez-Nicolas, M Pulido-Velazquez, C Rougé, JJ Harou, A Escriva-Bou
Environmental Modelling & Software 101, 137-145, 2018
112018
Replenishing Groundwater in the San Joaquin Valley
E Hanak, J Jezdimirovic, S Green, A Escriva-Bou
Public Policy Institute of California 36, 2018
82018
A New Approach to Accounting for Environmental Water
G Gartrell, B Gray, J Mount, E Hanak, A Escriva-Bou
Public Policy Institute of California, 2017
72017
California’s future
S Bohn, D Bonner, C Chappelle, MC Mejia, C Danielson, A Escriva-Bou, ...
San Francisco: Public Policy Institute of California. Accessed January 18, 2018, 2018
52018
Dams in California
A Escriva-Bou, J Mount, J Jezdimirovic
Public Policy Institute of California, 2017
52017
Water and the Future of the San Joaquin Valley
E Hanak, A Escriva-Bou, B Gray, S Green, T Harter, J Jezdimirovic, J Lund, ...
42019
Developing a water-energy-GHG emissions modeling framework: Insights from an application to California's water system
A Escriva-Bou, JR Lund, M Pulido-Velazquez, R Hui, J Medellín-Azuara
Environmental modelling & software 109, 54-65, 2018
42018
Water Stress and a Changing San Joaquin Valley
A Escriva-Bou, B Gray, S Green, T Harter, R Howitt, D MacEwan, N Seavy
Public Policy Institute of California. https://www. ppic. org/content/pubs …, 2017
32017
Saving energy from urban water demand management
A Escriva‐Bou, JR Lund, M Pulido‐Velazquez
Water Resources Research 54 (7), 4265-4276, 2018
22018
Alternative Water Supplies
H McCann, A Escriva-Bou, K Schwabe
Just the Facts. Public Policy Institute of California, 2018
22018
Priorities for California’s water
E Hanak, C Chappelle, A Escriva-Bou, B Gray, J Jezdimirovic, H McCann, ...
Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC) Water Policy Center, 1-19, 2017
12017
Efficient dynamic scarcity pricing in urban water supply
A Lopez-Nicolas, M Pulido-Velazquez, C Rougé, JJ Harou, A Escriva-Bou
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts 19, 1413, 2017
12017
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