Record nummer 1852533
Titel artikel Ecohydrology ; contribution to science and practice
Auteur(s) Wassen, M.J.
Titel Landscape ecology in the Dutch context : nature, town and infrastructure
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ed. T.M. de Jong, J.N.M. Dekker, R. Posthoorn
Auteur(s) Jong, T.M. de ; Dekker, J.N.M.
Uitgever Zeist : KNNV Publishing
Deel(Jaar)Nummer (2007)
Paginering 169 - 186
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Trefwoorden (cab) landschapsecologie / hydrologie / hydrobiologie / ecosystemen / nederland / hulpbronnenbeheer / biodiversiteit / waterkwaliteit / tendensen / ontwikkeling / interdisciplinair onderzoek / ecohydrologie / ecologische hoofdstructuur
Rubrieken Landschapsecologie / Hydrologie
Publicatie type Hoofdstuk uit boek
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) The author defines ecohydrology, a landscape ecological specialisation, and reviews its history and state of the art, both from a Dutch and international via water in regional landscapes and the impact of changes in recycling of water and nutrients on ecosystems. Environmental problems such as desiccation, acidification, and eutrophication were assessed. However, explicit attention for the fragmentation problem did not come from ecohydrologists. They were involved in the design of the NEN, but their advance was limited to the regional scale. At present, the Dutch contribution to ecohydrology in the international arena is changing. Ecologist retract themselves to (restoration) ecology. The central position of ecologists in ecohydrology is taken over by hydrologists inspired by global issues like global change
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