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Proceedings of the International Association of Hydrological Sciences An open-access publication for refereed proceedings in hydrology
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Our study presents the utility of a system dynamics modelling approach for water management and decision-making for the case of a forest ecosystem under risk of wildfires. We use the pluralistic water research concept to explore different scenarios and simulate the emergent behaviour of water interception and net precipitation after a wildfire in a forest ecosystem. Through a case study, we illustrate the applicability of this new methodology.
PIAHS | Articles | Volume 379
Proc. IAHS, 379, 83–87, 2018
https://doi.org/10.5194/piahs-379-83-2018
Proc. IAHS, 379, 83–87, 2018
https://doi.org/10.5194/piahs-379-83-2018

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Pre-conference publication | 05 Jun 2018

Methodology to explore emergent behaviours of the interactions between water resources and ecosystem under a pluralistic approach

Glenda García-Santos et al.

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Our study presents the utility of a system dynamics modelling approach for water management and decision-making for the case of a forest ecosystem under risk of wildfires. We use the pluralistic water research concept to explore different scenarios and simulate the emergent behaviour of water interception and net precipitation after a wildfire in a forest ecosystem. Through a case study, we illustrate the applicability of this new methodology.
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