Hydrology: The interdisciplinary science of water

@inproceedings{Vogel2015HydrologyTI,
  title={Hydrology: The interdisciplinary science of water},
  author={Richard M. Vogel and Upmanu Lall and Ximing Cai and Balaji Rajagopalan and Peter K. Weiskel and Richard P. Hooper and Nicholas C. Matalas},
  year={2015}
}
We live in a world where biophysical and social processes are tightly coupled. Hydrologic systems change in response to a variety of natural and human forces such as climate variability and change, water use and water infrastructure, and land cover change. In turn, changes in hydrologic systems impact socioeconomic, ecological, and climate systems at a number of scales, leading to a coevolution of these interlinked systems. The Harvard Water Program, Hydrosociology, Integrated Water Resources… CONTINUE READING
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