Land use change impacts on the hydrology of wet andean páramo ecosystems.

Principales Conclusiones

Pine plantations produce a decrease of annual water yield as a consequence of increased evapotranspiration. Livestock grazing does not seem to affect the hydrological response, primarily due to the low animal density. The main impact of cultivation is the reduction in the regulating function of the catchment.

Volumen

336

Número

0

Palabras claves

Orden de Entrada

27

Tipo de Referencia

Articulos en revistas

Año

2010

Lugar de Publicación

Ecuador
Rango de Páginas (texto): 
71-76
Bases de datos sobre conservación

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