Ethiopian socio-hydrology: geographies of development and change in the water tower of Africa
Water access, sanitation, and security remain key foci of international aid and development initiatives. However, the increasing interconnectedness of hydrologic and social systems can cause such initiatives to have unexpected and cascading effects across geographic scales. This presents new challenges for meeting ever-growing demand, as distant and complex socioeconomic and environmental relationships, or "telecouplings," may significantly influence the outcomes and sustainability of development projects. Predicting future water scenarios thus requires both integrative and basic research into ...
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