Ecohydrology Research Group University of South Florida - School of Geosciences

The Ecohydrology Research Group was formed in Fall 2003. Our research is focused on hydrological connectivity from ridges to reefs, especially between hillslopes, wetlands, and headwater streams; the roles that hydrological processes play in governing ecosystem structure and function; and the roles that science plays in informing water-related law, policy, and decision-making. We pursue these efforts in a variety of surface-water and shallow groundwater environments, including wetlands, headwater streams, rivers, and estuaries. Our research is focused on the hydrological sciences, but often extends into the ecological sciences and has sociopolitical implications. Therefore, collaborations are essential to our success.

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