Problem in Estimating Self-Supplied Industrial Water Use by Indirect Methods -- The California Example
Description: From introduction: The intent of this study was to develop a method of estimating overall self-supplied industrial water requirements using coefficients of water use for production and employment from five major-use industrial categories. Those categories included food and kindred products, lumber, pulp and paper, chemical and allied products, and petroleum industries.
Creator: Burt, R. J.
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