The aim of this workshop is to bring together hydrologists, ecologists, Earth scientists and physicists to explore the main factors affecting the water-vegetation interactions at multiple spatial and temporal scales, and to determine the steps required (on a theoretical and experimental level) to improve the predictive skills of mathematical models in eco-hydrology.

The five inter-related themes that will form the basis for the sessions are:

  • Eco-hydrological processes and vegetation patterns
  • Flow processes and water regime
  • Mathematical modeling in eco-hydrology
  • Coupling water to carbon fluxes and biomass
  • Novel experimental methods
The number of participants is limited.
Participation at the workshop
will require early registration
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Academic Issues:

Tal Svoray:

Administrative Issues:

Rachel Zimmermann:



Department of Geography
and Environmental Development
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
Beer-Sheva 84105, Israel

E-mail: + 972 8 6472002
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