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- Andrews, JohnR., et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Environmental management 2018 v.61 no.5 pp. 805-818
- Permian period; anthropogenic activities; basins; edge effects; energy; land use change; landscapes; lizards; oil fields; oils; pipelines; population growth; power generation; power lines; roads; urbanization; wind power; wind turbines; Texas
- ... Recent research assessed how hydrocarbon and wind energy expansion has altered the North American landscape. Less understood, however, is how this energy development compares to other anthropogenic land use changes. Texas leads U.S. hydrocarbon production and wind power generation and has a rapidly expanding population. Thus, for ~47% of Texas (~324,000 km²), we mapped the 2014 footprint of energy ...