CEHYRFO-MED. 2018-2020. Submitted in 2017. Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation. Total budget: 108,000 €. Antonio del Campo (principal investigator). The main research question is: how do representative forest structures in Mediterranean watersheds perform in terms of their eco-hydrology, their resilience to climatic and fire disturbances, as well as their biomass producing capacity, with and without forest management? To answer such questions the project considers the acquisition of experimental data and modeling together with the development of a decision support tool that integrates and optimizes target responses (eco-hydrological, resilience to climate and fire disturbances and, biomass).
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Desert Leaves is a non-governmental organization that supports initiatives that pursuit the growth of sustainable forests in drylands