Precipitation is partly used by vegetation and partly transformed into river flow. Quantifying the amount of water that is directly used by vegetation is essential to decipher climate change’s impact.
Source: AGU Advances Editors’ Highlights are summaries of recent papers by AGU’s journal editors. The shape of fluvial valleys results from the complex interaction between climate and the local environment. Our current knowledge suggests that river discharge and valley-wall lithology are the main controls on valley width. Yet, current models based on these observations fail […]
Seismic data reveal how water is accumulated and released by Himalayan groundwater reservoirs which are key for predicting future freshwater resources for a large part of South Asia.
The legacy of Water Resources Research provides a strong scientific foundation for the hydrology community to rise to the challenges of sustainable water resources management