Our laboratory takes an interdispciplinary view of hydrology that considers the hydrologic cycle at different scales as the background process that sustains and connects other ecological and landscape processes.
Under this perspective, the study of how water flows in the landscape is both a final objective and a means to achieve an integrated understanding of our environment.
Our mission can be summarized in three broad topics:
1) Understanding the interaction between hydrologic, climate and ecological processes from the perspective of water as the common agent that links these components.
2) Understanding how changes in any componet of the environmental system derived from natural or economic activity may ripple and affect other components
3) Developing predictive and analysis tool that incorporate our undertanding to better inform policy
Geosciences Department 32 Campus Dr., #1296
University of Montana
Missoula, MT 59812-1296
Office: Charles H Clapp Building, Room 316
Telephone: 406 - 243 - 2454
Fax: 406 - 243 - 4028
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Montana, Geosciences Dept.
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