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Influences of land use on the structure and function of headwater streams: A multiple scale analysis
(Virginia Tech, 2000-07-21)
The structure and function of stream ecosystems may be strongly influenced by land-use practices within watersheds. The magnitude of land-use impacts may depend upon the spatial arrangement of development in watersheds. ...
Economic Impact Assessment of IPM CRSP Activities in Bangladesh and Uganda: A GIS Application
(Virginia Tech, 2000-12-14)
<p> The purpose of this study is to assist planners and scientists in assessing the economic implications of the USAID-funded Integrated Pest Management-Collaborative Research Support Program (IPM CRSP) research activities. ...
Relationships Between Land Use, Land-Use Change, and Water-Quality Trends in Virginia
(Virginia Tech, 2000-05-10)
This research examines the relationships between land use and surface water quality trends in Virginia. Data from 168 surface water quality monitoring stations throughout Virginia were analyzed for trends for the period ...
The Use of GIS for Integrated Watershed Analysis
(Virginia Tech, 2000-04-26)
Practitioners of watershed management are increasingly turning to computer models to understand and make decisions about the diverse problems that occur in the watershed. Such models can provide insight into how human ...