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Ecohydrology of water-limited environments: A scientific vision Brent D. Newman,1
 

Summary: Ecohydrology of water-limited environments: A scientific vision
Brent D. Newman,1
Bradford P. Wilcox,2
Steven R. Archer,3
David D. Breshears,4
Clifford N. Dahm,5
Christopher J. Duffy,6
Nate G. McDowell,1
Fred M. Phillips,7
Bridget R. Scanlon,8
and Enrique R. Vivoni7
Received 25 March 2005; revised 29 March 2006; accepted 13 April 2006; published 20 June 2006.
[1] Water-limited environments occupy about half of the Earth's land surface and contain
some of the fastest growing population centers in the world. Scarcity or variable
distributions of water and nutrients make these environments highly sensitive to change.
Given the importance of water-limited environments and the impacts of increasing
demands on water supplies and other natural resources, this paper highlights important
societal problems and scientific challenges germane to these environments and presents a
vision on how to accelerate progress. We argue that improvements in our fundamental
understanding of the links between hydrological, biogeochemical, and ecological

  

Source: Archer, Steven R. - Savanna/Woodland Ecology Lab., School of Natural Resources and the Environment, University of Arizona

 

Collections: Environmental Sciences and Ecology