This session highlights progress in research that addresses the multi-faceted dimensions of water insecurity experiences at the household scale. This is the fourth of several sessions that emphasizes thematic advances in this emerging interdisciplinary communities of practice. This session includes papers on household water insecurity in contexts that are more economically advanced, such as the United States and Canada. In addition, these papers utilize new ways to quantify household water insecurity with existing datasets and resources.
This paper session is part of a larger set of activities during the AAG to broaden participation and engagement with the recently NSF-funded Household Water Insecurity Experiences Research Coordination Network (HWISE RCN). For more information on the HWISE RCN, please check out the website hwise-rcn.org.
|Presenter||Shiloh Deitz*, University of Oregon, Measuring Geographic Variability in Household Level Inequality||20||5:00 PM|
|Presenter||Elizabeth Mack*, Michigan State University, Sarah Wrase, Michigan State University, A Geographic Assessment of Water and Sewer Service Affordability in the Detroit Metropolitan Area||20||5:20 PM|
|Presenter||Christopher M Bacon*, Department of Environmental Studies and Science, Santa Clara University, William A Sundstrom*, Department of Economics, Santa Clara University, Iris T Stewart, Department of Environmental Studies and Sciences, Sana Clara University, Edwin P Maurer, Civil, Environmental, and Sustainable Engineering, Santa Clara University, Assessing Smallholder Food and Water Access in the Context of Cumulative Hazards and Stressors: An Integrated Approach||20||5:40 PM|
|Presenter||Claudio Owusu*, Department of Geography and Earth Sciences and Center for Applied Geographic Information Science, University of North Carolina, Charlotte NC 28223, Samantha Dye, Gaston County Department of Health & Human Services, Gastonia, NC 28052, Wenwu Tang, Department of Geography and Earth Sciences and Center for Applied Geographic Information Science, University of North Carolina, Charlotte NC 28223, Eric Delmelle, Department of Geography and Earth Sciences and Center for Applied Geographic Information Science, University of North Carolina, Charlotte NC 28223, Using multiple-variable indicator kriging for evaluating water quality from private household wells in Gaston County, NC||20||6:00 PM|
|Presenter||Ana Britto*, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Suyá Quintslr, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Cleonice Puggian, State University of Rio de Janeiro, Bianca Silva, Escola Nacional de Saúde Pública Sergio Arouca, Water Insecurity in Rio de Janeiro Metropolitan Area: analyzing the case of Campos Elíseos in Duque de Caxias municipality||20||6:20 PM|
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