Quantifying the Impact of Land Use Changes on Watershed Hydrology: A Case Study in Region


Mark Champ*

Land use changes have become a significant driver of hydrological alterations in watersheds, impacting water availability, quality and overall ecosystem health. This article presents a comprehensive case study conducted in the Region, aiming to quantify the profound effects of land use changes on watershed hydrology. By integrating Geographical Information Systems (GIS), hydrological modelling and statistical analysis, the study provides valuable insights into the relationship between land use transformations and hydrological responses. The results underscore the importance of understanding these linkages for effective land and water resource management strategies. This article sheds light on the methodologies employed, the findings obtained and their implications, emphasizing the need for sustainable land use planning to mitigate adverse hydrological impacts.




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