Hydrologic connectivity between geographically isolated wetlands and surface water systems: A review of select modeling methods

@article{Golden2014HydrologicCB,
  title={Hydrologic connectivity between geographically isolated wetlands and surface water systems: A review of select modeling methods},
  author={Heather E. Golden and Charles R. Lane and Devendra M. Amatya and Karl W. Bandilla and Hadas Raanan Kiperwas and Christopher D. Knightes and Herbert Ssegane},
  journal={Environmental Modelling and Software},
  year={2014},
  volume={53},
  pages={190-206}
}
Geographically isolated wetlands (GIW), depressional landscape features entirely surrounded by upland areas, provide a wide range of ecological functions and ecosystem services for humanwell-being. Current and future ecosystem management and decision-making rely on a solid scientific understanding of how hydrologic processes affect these important GIW services and functions, and in turn on how GIWs affect downstream surface water systems. Consequently, quantifying the hydrologic connectivity of… CONTINUE READING