Update from CWC Project's Team Water!

The Connecting Wildlands and Communities project's Team Water has been hard at work understanding how connected landscapes can impact hydrologic regimes as it relates to water quality, quantity, and sustainability on ecosystems and communities.



Team Water has been evaluating the impact of connected landscapes on hydrologic regimes as it relates to water quality, quantity, and sustainability for ecosystems and communities.

www.climatesciencealliance.org/cwc-team-water

Visit the Connecting Wildlands and Communities project webpage to see what the Team Water has accomplished so far and get a glimpse of what is planned for the coming year!



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