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The study of the influence of dynamic hydrology, hydraulics, and geomorphology on stream ecosystems, particularly nutrient cycling, primary productivity, and trophic interactions, also known as ecohydrology. See Horn and Richards in P. Wood et al. (2007) on modelling hydraulics in restored floodplains.

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