Advancing the science of Forest HydrologyAuthor(s): Devendra M. Amatya; R. Wayne Skaggs; Carl C. Trettin
Source: Advancing the science of Forest Hydrology. Resource. 10-11
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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For more than a century, agricultural and biological engineers have provided major advances in science, engineering, and technology to increase food and fiber production to meet the demands of a rapidly growing global population. The land base for these technological advances has originated largely from forested lands, which have experienced dramatic declines over the past century. The resulting landscape is a mosaic of agricultural, forest, and urban lands that may not be sustainable with respect to the expected goods and ecosystem services, including water quantity and quality.
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CitationAmatya, Devendra M.; Skaggs, R. Wayne; Trettin, Carl C. 2009. Advancing the science of Forest Hydrology. Resource. 10-11.
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