Ecohydrology: A Framework to Improve Integrated Land Use and Water Management

Julie Cecchetto | Graduate Student Researcher (MEDes)

Mary-Ellen Tyler | Faculty Supervisor

This Master’s Degree Project identifies key ecohydrology principles that could contribute to an ecohydrological approach for integrated regional land use planning and water management in semi-arid environments. Ecohydrology is based on understanding the critical interconnections between, and interdependence of, ecological and hydrological processes.

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