Effects of Land Use on the Ecohydrology of River Basin in Accordance with Climate Change

Water deficit affects various regions of the world. Effective approach can be based on ecohydrological solutions and the design of blue–green infrastructure. In our scientific book, we focused on papers that consider water management and adaptation of urban and rural development areas to the progres...

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Main Author: Halecki, Wiktor
Other Authors: Bedla, Dawid, Ryczek, Marek, Radecki-Pawlik, Artur
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Basel MDPI - Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute 2022
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