Global Ethnohydrology Study

The Global Ethnohydrology Study is a transdisciplinary multi-year, multi-site program of research that examines the range of variation in local ecological knowledge of water issues, also known as “ethnohydrology.” It will focus on showing how factors, such as increasing urbanization, water scarcity and climate change, are related to changes in cultural ideas and knowledge. Research topics include: Water Sharing in the Wake of Disaster (2018-2019) and Measuring Household Water Insecurity (2017-2018).

Learn more about the project here.