viernes, 11 de enero de 2013

What is Ecohydrology?

Baird and Wilby (1999): “Ecohydrology is the study of plant-water interactions and the hydrological processes related to plant growth”

Rodriguez-Iturbe (2000): “Ecohydrology seeks to describe the hydrological mechanisms that underlie ecological pattern and processes”

Nuttle (2002): “Ecohydrology is the subdiscipline shared by ecological and hydrological sciences that is concerned with the effects of hydrological processes on the distribution, structure and function of ecosystems, and on the effect of biological processes on the elements of the water cycle”

Dolman (2003): “Ecohydrology seeks to understand the interaction between the hydrological cycle and terrestrial ecosystems”

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