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13 publications found.

Prospecting the Urban Mine of Amsterdam

Report
2017
Ester van der Voet, Ruben Huele, Alexander Koutamanis, Boukje van Reijn, Ellen van Bueren, Job Spiering,Tom Demeyer, Gerard Roemers, Merlijn Blok

Monitoring Urban Copper Flows in Stockholm, Sweden: Implications of Changes Over Time

Journal Article
2016
Amneklev, Jennie and Augustsson, Anna and Sörme, Louise and Bergbäck, Bo

Sinks as limited resources? A new indicator for evaluating anthropogenic material flows

Journal Article
2014
Ulrich Kral, Paul Brunner, Pi-Cheng Chen, Sih-Rong Chen

The Copper Balance of Cities

Journal Article
2014
Kral, Ulrich and Lin, Chih-Yi and Kellner, Katharina and Ma, Hwong-wen and Brunner, Paul H.

Urban mining: hibernating copper stocks in local power grids

Journal Article
2011
Krook, Joakim; Carlsson, Annica; Eklund, Mats; Frändegård, Per; Svensson, Niclas

Copper and zinc recycling in Australia: potential quantities and policy options

Journal Article
2007
D. van Beers, A. Kapur, T.E. Graedel

Copper In-Use Stock and Copper Scrap in the State of Connecticut, USA

Journal Article
2007
J. Rauch, M. Eckelman, R. Gordon

Metal capital sustaining a North American city: Iron and copper in New Haven, CT

Journal Article
2007
Konstantine Drakonakis, Katherine Rostkowski, Jason Rauch, T.E. Graedel, R.B. Gordon

Spatial characterisation of multi-level in-use copper and zinc stocks in Australia

Journal Article
2007
D. van Beers and Thomas E. Graedel