iSAW: Integrating Structure, Actors, and Water to study socio-hydro-ecological systems Article

Hale, Rebecca L, Armstrong, Andrea, Baker, Michelle A et al. (2015). iSAW: Integrating Structure, Actors, and Water to study socio-hydro-ecological systems . 3(3), 110-132. 10.1002/2014EF000295

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cited authors

  • Hale, Rebecca L; Armstrong, Andrea; Baker, Michelle A; Bedingfield, Sean; Betts, David; Buahin, Caleb; Buchert, Martin; Crowl, Todd; Dupont, R Ryan; Ehleringer, James R; Endter-Wada, Joanna; Flint, Courtney; Grant, Jacqualine; Hinners, Sarah; Horsburgh, Jeffery S; Jackson-Smith, Douglas; Jones, Amber S; Licon, Carlos; Null, Sarah E; Odame, Augustina; Pataki, Diane E; Rosenberg, David; Runburg, Madlyn; Stoker, Philip; Strong, Courtenay

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publication date

  • March 1, 2015

keywords

  • CLIMATE-CHANGE
  • ECOSYSTEM SERVICES
  • Environmental Sciences
  • Environmental Sciences & Ecology
  • FRAMEWORK
  • GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE
  • Geology
  • Geosciences, Multidisciplinary
  • LAND-USE
  • Life Sciences & Biomedicine
  • Meteorology & Atmospheric Sciences
  • PATH DEPENDENCE
  • Physical Sciences
  • RESIDENTIAL WATER
  • RIVER
  • Science & Technology
  • URBAN STORMWATER MANAGEMENT
  • VULNERABILITY
  • framework
  • human-water system
  • sociohydrology

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start page

  • 110

end page

  • 132

volume

  • 3

issue

  • 3