Effects of Land Use on the Ecohydrology of River Basin in Accordance with Climate Change

Edited by
October 2022
186 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-5645-1 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-5646-8 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Effects of Land Use on the Ecohydrology of River Basin in Accordance with Climate Change that was published in

Business & Economics
Environmental & Earth Sciences

Water deficit affects various regions of the world. Effective approach can be based on ecohydrological solutions and the design of blue–green infrastructure. In our scientific book, we focused on papers that consider water management and adaptation of urban and rural development areas to the progressive climate change.

The Special Issue includes a drought-prone place (valleys in Mexico City), reflections on the state and water resources in Lithuania, and engineering and technical articles from China and Poland. In addition, one chapter is dedicated to grassland protection in mountainous areas.


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sediment; nutrient element; risk; land cover; Warta River; runoff variation; vegetation change; attribution analysis; source region of the Yangtze River; soil moisture; physiographic parameters of basins; artificial neural network (ANN); redundancy analysis (RDA); soil; saturated hydraulic conductivity; pedotransfer function; Rosetta program; irrigation; climate change; drained peat soils; ditch subsidence; empirical equations of peat subsidence; drainage ditches; pollution; ecological status indicators; water quality; hydromorphological diversity; highland watercourse; human activity; catchment management; weather extremes; grazing management; biodiversity; high-nature-value farming; old field grassland; vegetation variation; runoff variation; Budyko hypothesis; attribution analysis; Mexico City; historical political ecology; urban ecology; water spatial policy; environmental change; n/a