She said that, as the DENR is also currently crafting a new mining policy, the various definitions of watershed
need to be harmonized.
He also appreciated the international participants from Nepal and Sri Lanka for their interest in sustainable watershed
management interventions and grateful to Asia Pacific Network (APN), Japan for providing financial resources for the important project.
It is therefore important to take precautionary measurements to recharge the aquifer by implementing proper water management program in watershed
Clearly, locating different and competing land uses in the watershed
is a complex exercise dictated by physical and cultural considerations.
The Connecticut River Watershed
is a model for how communities can integrate their land and water stewardship efforts with an emphasis on 'source-to-sea' watershed
conservation," said Secretary of the Interior Kenneth Salazar upon announcing the new designation.
Baylor University Geology Department professor Peter Allen says his department uses the Riesel Watershed
for senior and graduate hydrology classes "because it is an excellent example of a world-class hydrologic field lab with examples of instrumentation from weather stations to weirs.
is defined as the land area that drains water to a particular stream, river, or lake.
STEWARDS was developed because Conservation Effects Assessment Project researchers, who study how private landowners benefit the environment when they participate in USDA conservation programs, wanted to make the watershed
data available for nationwide analyses.
As might be expected, there is more organic matter from a forested watershed
than from a fully or partially glacier-covered watershed
contains seven of New York's Finger Lakes, plus Seneca and Oneida Rivers.
This activity has been designed to help students understand a variety of concepts related to water use, efficiency, and students' own impacts on their watershed
What do we mean when we talk about watershed