Introduction to the Special Issue “The Intersection of Society and Watershed Science”
ExcerptDespite significant advances in watershed science and technology, water availability, water quality, and water related health problems remain a significant worldwide concern . While the concept of watershed-scale management to address these concerns remains intact, most scientists recognize that application of natural science concepts and advanced technologies are not sufficient to adequately address watershed-scale water management issues. There is a significant need for a paradigm shift, i.e., namely increased public interaction and participation in watershed management and decision-making. The effective application of an integrated approach requires developing new scientific concepts on integration of natural and social sciences. In recent years, concepts, such as integrated watershed management and/or holistic approaches to water resource management, have been widely promoted (e.g., [2–6]). [...] View Full-Text
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Younos, T.; Parece, T.E.; Armel, A.J. Introduction to the Special Issue “The Intersection of Society and Watershed Science”. Hydrology 2015, 2, 132-133.
Younos T, Parece TE, Armel AJ. Introduction to the Special Issue “The Intersection of Society and Watershed Science”. Hydrology. 2015; 2(3):132-133.Chicago/Turabian Style
Younos, Tamim; Parece, Tammy E.; Armel, Alaina J. 2015. "Introduction to the Special Issue “The Intersection of Society and Watershed Science”." Hydrology 2, no. 3: 132-133.