Weston Roundtable

Ecohydrology for Sustainability

Thursday, September 19, 2013
4:15-5:15 p.m.
Ecohydrology seeks to elucidate interactions between hydrologic and ecologic processes. Its two salient benefits are development of a scientific basis for improved environmental decisions and more sustainable stewardship of resources. Understanding the provision of ecosystem services and how they may change with human interventions is a key challenge. Examples will show how ecohydrologic science can inform decision-making for sustainability in natural, urban, and agricultural settings.
890-2517, allez@wisc.edu