Modelling hydrological effects of wetland restoration: a differentiated view.

@article{Staes2009ModellingHE,
  title={Modelling hydrological effects of wetland restoration: a differentiated view.},
  author={Jan Staes and Mark Henry Rubarenzya and Patrick Meire and Patrick Willems},
  journal={Water science and technology : a journal of the International Association on Water Pollution Research},
  year={2009},
  volume={59 3},
  pages={
          433-41
        }
}
The paper presents findings of a conjunctive hydrological and ecological study into habitat restoration and catchment hydrology. Physically-based, fully distributed hydrological modelling was coupled with spatial analysis and wetland scenario generation techniques to simulate potential effects of restoring lower, middle, and upper catchment wetlands. In the past, anthropogenic interference of this catchments' landscape for agriculture and settlement has left most wetland areas drained, and… CONTINUE READING

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