New publication offers comprehensive interdisciplinary analysis of studies on páramo water resources

Páramo grasslands spanning from Venezuela to Perú provide water to millions of Andean communities and cities. UHERO Environment’s Leah Bremer worked in these systems for a decade and is part of an interdisciplinary team that just published a synthesis on social, ecological, and hydrological understanding and research gaps in this critical social-ecological system. See their publication: Frontiers in Páramo Research: a multidisciplinary assessment, just published in Science of the Total Environment

Mosquera, Giovanny M., et al. “Frontiers in páramo water resources research: A multidisciplinary assessment.” Science of The Total Environment (2023): 164373.

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