Publication: Priority watershed management areas for groundwater recharge and drinking water protection: A case study from Hawai‘i Island

Targeted investment in native forest protection and restoration translates into groundwater recharge and drinking water benefits on Hawaiʻi Island. UHERO Environmental Policy and Planning Group’s Leah Bremer, Nate DeMaagd, Chris Wada, and Kim Burnett collaborated with the County of Hawai’i Department of Water Supply to prioritize investment in watershed management within the utility’s water supply areas. Article just published Journal of Environmental Management.
Open access coming soon.


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