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Managing forests and water for people under a changing environmentAuthor(s): Ge Sun; Kevin Bishop; Silvio Ferraz; Julia Jones
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Southern Research Station
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DescriptionThe Earth has entered the Anthropocene epoch and forest managers are facing unprecedented challenges to meet multiple ecosystem service demands from forests. Understanding the complex forest-water relations under a changing environment must add a human dimension, and this is essential in the move towards sustainable forest management in the 21st century. This Special Issue contains 10 papers presented at a joint international forest and water conference in Chile in 2018. These studies provide global examples on new advancements in sciences in forest ecohydrology, watershed management, and ecosystem service assessment under various geographical and socioeconomic settings.
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CitationSun, Ge; Bishop, Kevin; Ferraz, Silvio; Jones, Julia. 2020. Managing forests and water for people under a changing environment. Forests. 11(3): 331-. https://doi.org/10.3390/f11030331.
Keywordsforestry, ecohydrology, watershed management, global change, sustainability
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- Preface for the article collection “Ecohydrological processes and ecosystem services”
- Effects of climate change on ecosystem services [Chapter 13]
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