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Analyzing and Communicating the Ability of Data and Models to Simulate Streamflow and Answer Resource Management Questions

Synthesizing Ecohydrology Models as a Management Tool for Landscape Conservation under Climate Change


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To date, hydrological and ecological models have been developed independently from each other, making their application particularly challenging for interdisciplinary studies. The objective of this project was to synthesize and evaluate prevailing hydrological and ecological models in the South-Central U.S., particularly the southern Great Plains region. This analysis aimed to identify the data requirements and suitability of each model to simulate stream flow while addressing associated changes in the ecology of stream systems, and to portray climate variability and uncertainty. The results and deliverables of this project are expected to include a comprehensive, updated, and systematic report on recent developments in ecosystem hydrology [...]

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