By: Rob Wilby
This text argues that hydrologists of the 21st century must look beyond the traditional boundaries of river channel, or river catchment, areas to consider new questions: firstly, how water resources should be managed in an integrated and sustainable way with a growing appreciation of the global dimension to water resource problems; and secondly, how the search for solutions to water pollution, flooding, drought and environmental degradation requires a broader understanding of transboundary connections between components of the hydrosphere across a range of spatial and temporal scales.
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