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Connectivity of Coupled Hydrologic and Human Systems as the Basis of Resilience in Traditional Irrigation Communities in New Mexico

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Fernald, A.; Rivera, J.; Rodríquez, S.; Tidwell, V.; Ochoa, C.; Ortiz, Q.; Guldan, S. (2015). Connectivity of Coupled Hydrologic and Human Systems as the Basis of Resilience in Traditional Irrigation Communities in New Mexico. En Irrigation, Society and Landscape. Tribute to Tom F. Glick. Editorial Universitat Politècnica de València. 418-428. doi:10.4995/ISL2014.2014.172.

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Title: Connectivity of Coupled Hydrologic and Human Systems as the Basis of Resilience in Traditional Irrigation Communities in New Mexico
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[EN] Changes in land use and water availability are impacting the integrity of traditional irrigation systems and their associated communities worldwide. We designed a study to quantify the components of resilience ...[+]
Subjects: Irrigation , Society , Landscape , Regadío , Sociedad , Territorio , Paisaje , Patrimonio hidráulico , Water heritage
Copyrigths: Reconocimiento - No comercial - Sin obra derivada (by-nc-nd)
ISBN: 9788490482742
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Irrigation, Society and Landscape. Tribute to Tom F. Glick.
DOI: 10.4995/ISL2014.2014.172
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Editorial Universitat Politècnica de València
Publisher version: http://ocs.editorial.upv.es/index.php/ISL/ISL2014/paper/view/172
Conference name: Irrigation, Society and Landscape. Tribute to Tom F. Glick
Conference place: Valencia, Spain
Conference date: September 25-27,2014
Type: Capítulo de libro Comunicación en congreso

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