Evaluating impacts of drought and conservation measures on urban vegetation in southern California
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Water resource managers in southern California are relying on a range of conservation measures, from changes in pricing structure to mandatory restrictions, to influence demand and ensure resiliency of water supply in the face of ongoing drought and long-term climate change. Improved quantification of these measures is critical for evaluating efficacy and consumer response. The current study investigates the impact of recent drought and conservation measures on vegetation greenness and water consumption in urban areas across southern California. Previous research has shown that vegetation greenness ...