An Integrated Assessment of Eco-hydrological Processes of A Mountainous Catchment using Geospatial Modelling and Remote Sensing
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The aim of this study was to carry out a comparative analysis of catchment runoff generation and forest Net Primary Production (NPP) in a semi-arid Mediterranean environment. The methodology hydrological and NPP modelling to assess their ecohydrological interactions. Model simulations showed that temperature highly contributed to NPP variations of needle-leaf forests and grasslands.
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