Upcoming Special Issue in Water Resources Research on Disturbance Hydrology

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Anthropogenic and natural disturbances often trigger feedbacks between hydrologic, geomorphic, biogeochemical, and ecologic processes. Disturbance hydrology examines how abrupt changes such as resource extraction, deforestation, earthquakes, and landslides, among others, trigger complex process-cascades by changing hydraulic and geomorphic properties, matter fluxes, and connectivity.
Expected submission will open in June 2015. Please find additional information here.