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  • noun The study of the ecological processes associated with hydrology


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  • And in Los Angeles, ecologists studying the city's "ecohydrology" have calculated that planting a million new trees, an idea with fairly universal appeal, would have the drawback of increasing water consumption by 5 percent.

    NYT > Home Page By HILLARY ROSNER 2011

  • This book pays most attention to the larger scales of ecohydrology, emphasising the use of this tool in striving towards the goal of sustainable water management.

    AvaxHome RSS: 2009

  • Finally, an educational campaign must be launched encouraging the principles of ecohydrology and the real value of water to all basin inhabitants.

    Peak Energy 2008


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