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Visible to the public FEWSTERN- US-China Food-Energy-Water Systems Transdisciplinary Environmental Research Network

The interconnectedness of food, energy, and water (FEW) systems in meeting societal demands is broadly acknowledged. Similarly, competitive and synergistic allocations of water and energy resources for agricultural production, industrial demands, and human consumption are understood and their economic impacts predictable. Far less appreciated and understood are the relationships and feedback scenarios between the environment and the FEW systems complex.