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Computer-Aided Hybrid Models for Environmental and Economic Life-Cycle Assessment
Grant Number R829597
RFA: Technology for a Sustainable Environment (2001)


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Journal Article (15)
Reference Type Citation Progress Report Year Document Sources
Journal Article Facanha C, Horvath A. Environmental assessment of logistics outsourcing. Journal of Management in Engineering 2005;21(1):27-37. R829597 (Final)
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Journal Article Facanha C, Horvath A. Environmental assessment of freight transportation in the US. International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment 2006;11(4):229-239 R829597 (Final)
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Journal Article Guggemos AA, Horvath A. Comparison of environmental effects of steel- and concrete-framed buildings. Journal of Infrastructure Systems 2005;11(2):93-101. R829597 (Final)
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Journal Article Guggemos AA, Horvath A. Decision-support tool for assessing the environmental effects of constructing commercial buildings. Journal of Architectural Engineering 2006;12(4):187-195. R829597 (Final)
Journal Article Junnila S, Horvath A, Guggemos AA. Life-cycle assessment of office buildings in Europe and the United States. Journal of Infrastructure Systems 2006;12(1):10-17. R829597 (Final)
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Journal Article Kitou E, Horvath A. Energy-related emissions from telework. Environmental Science & Technology 2003;37(16):3467-3475. R829597 (Final)
Journal Article Kitou E, Horvath A. Transportation choices and air pollution effects of telework. Journal of Infrastructure Systems 2006;12(2):121-134. R829597 (Final)
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Journal Article Marriott J, Matthews HS. Environmental effects of interstate power trading on electricity consumption mixes. Environmental Science & Technology 2005;39(22):8584-8590. R829597 (Final)
Journal Article Matthews HS, Hendrickson CT. The economic and environmental implications of centralized stock keeping. Journal of Industrial Ecology 2002;6(2):71-81. R829597 (Final)
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Journal Article Matthews HS, Williams E. Telework adoption and energy use in building and transport sectors in the United States and Japan. Journal of Infrastructure Systems 2005;11(1):21-30. R829597 (Final)
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Journal Article Ochoa L, Hendrickson C, Matthews HS. Economic input-output life-cycle assessment of U.S. residential buildings. Journal of Infrastructure Systems 2002;8(4):132-138 R829597 (Final)
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Journal Article Pacca S, Horvath A. Greenhouse gas emissions from building and operating electric power plants in the upper Colorado River Basin. Environmental Science & Technology, 2002;36(14):3194-3200. R829597 (2002)
R829597 (Final)
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Journal Article Stokes J, Horvath A. Life cycle energy assessment of alternative water supply systems. The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment 2006;11(5):335-343. R829597 (Final)
Journal Article Suh S, Lenzen M, Treloar GJ, Hondo H, Horvath A, Huppes G, Jolliet O, Klann U, Krewitt W, Moriquchi Y, Munksgaard J, Norris G. System boundary selection in life-cycle inventories using hybrid approaches. Environmental Science & Technology 2004;38(3):657-664. R829597 (2002)
R829597 (Final)
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Journal Article Toffel MW, Horvath A. Environmental implications of wireless technologies: news delivery and business meetings. Environmental Science & Technology 2004;38(11):2961-2970. R829597 (Final)

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