Water resources and land use and cover in a humid region: the southeastern United States.

  title={Water resources and land use and cover in a humid region: the southeastern United States.},
  author={R Chelsea Nagy and B. Graeme Lockaby and Brian S. Helms and Latif Kalin and Denise Stoeckel},
  journal={Journal of environmental quality},
  volume={40 3},
It is widely recognized that forest and water resources are intricately linked. Globally, changes in forest cover to accommodate agriculture and urban development introduce additional challenges for water management. The U.S. Southeast typifies this global trend as predictions of land-use change and population growth suggest increased pressure on water resources in coming years. Close attention has long been paid to interactions between people and water in arid regions; however, based on… CONTINUE READING

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