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.