Ecohydrology is a new integrative science that involves finding solutions to issues surrounding water, people, and the environment.
One of the fundamental concepts involved in ecohydrology is that the timing and availability of freshwater is intimately linked to ecosystem processes, and the goods and services provided by fresh waters to societies. This means that emphasis is placed on the hydrological cycle and its effects on ecological processes and human well-being.
The Minor in Ecohydrology emphasizes the hydrological cycle and its effects on ecological processes and human well-being.
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