iUTAH Team - Graduate Research Assistant
Spatiotemporal dynamics of water-related agricultural land use during urbanization processes
iUTAH Research Focus Area
Shujuan Li, Joanna Endter-Wada
This research project will explore how population growth, urban form, water price, and climate change affect water demands at multiscale levels in the Wasatch Range Metropolitan Area. The study will couple agent-based urban growth and water demand models and further develop new land use planning tools for water resource management.
Enjie Li is a doctoral student in Human Dimensions of Ecosystem Science and Management at Utah State University in the Department of Environment and Society. Enjie Li specializes in geographic information systems, spatial analysis and modeling. Her research focuses on the integration of water and land use planning in the urbanizing arid west. In addition, Enjie is interested in urban water policy design and analysis.