Edited By: Malchus B Baker
408 pages, illus.
Provides hydrologists, watershed managers, land-use planners, related decision makers, and educators with a comprehensive account of the multiple benefits and potential conflicts arising from the uniquely structured ecosystems of arid and semi-arid regions. The text addresses research, planning, and management concerns for these fragile ecosystems in relation to impacts of flows of water and sediment, livestock grazing and other human activities, maintenance of key wildlife and fish habitats, vegetative structure, classification, and patterns of plant succession.
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