hydroecology

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From hydro- +‎ ecology

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hydroecology (uncountable)

  1. The study of support systems in wetlands such as the interactions between water and wildlife habitats.
    • 1954, M. Zohary and G. Orshan, “Ecological Studies in the Vegetation of the Near Eastern Deserts V. The Zygophylletum dumosi and Its Hydroecology in the Negev of Israel”, in Vegetatio, volume 5/6, number 1, title, page 340:
      Ecological Studies in the Vegetation of the Near Eastern Deserts V. The Zygophylletum dumosi and Its Hydroecology in the Negev of Israel
    • 1984, Gy. Bodrogközy, “Hydroecology of the grass-associations found at the dams along the Upper-Tisza”, in Tiscia, volume XIX, title, page 89:
      Hydroecology of the grass-associations found at the dams along the Upper-Tisza
    • 1991 December 1, François Guerrin, “Qualitative reasoning about an ecological process: interpretation in hydroecology”, in Ecological Modelling, volume 59, number 3-4, page 165:
      These capabilities are illustrated by examples from an application enabling the interpretation of data in hydroecology.

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