Author(s): Gregory B. Pasternack, Daniele Tonina, Roser Casas-Mulet, Ana Adeva-Bustos, Davide Vanzo, Andrew John and Rafael Tinoc
Linked Author(s): Daniele Tonina, Roser Casas-Mulet, Ana Adeva-Bustos, Davide Vanzo, Andrew John Balingit, Rafael Tinoco
Keywords: IAHR; Hydrolink; Sustainable Development Goals; SDG; SDG6; water; sustainable development; water action decade; 2030 Agenda; UN 2023 Water Conference; climate change; adaptation; ecohydraulics
Ecohydraulics is the process-based study of intertwined abioticbiotic phenomena in aquatic and riparian inland and coastal zones across a wide range of scales. As a community, ecohydraulicists have been developing a diversity of new environmental observational methods, solving the fundamental science about how many abiotic-biotic interlinks function 5 and developing practical tools for both diagnosis and treatment of environmental problems 6 typically caused by human impacts to inland and coastal waters.