2nd Ecohydrology course, 9-15 June 2013

 

For a second year, a joint effort between Stockholm University and Cornell University brought together students from the US, Sweden and Greece to explore NEO and its surroundings in an ecohydrologic framework via field experiments and observations. The course 'Ecohydrology: a Mediterranean perspective' took place in June 9-15 and a main focus was to explore interactions between plants and the water cycle. To help develop students' understanding of this dynamic and sensitive region of the Mediterranean, they focused on evaporation and transpiration processes across different spatial scales.