Study identifies gaps in monitoring of streams

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‘We find that gauges are located disproportionally in large, perennial rivers draining more human-occupied watersheds,’ the authors write in their paper, which was published on April 25 in Nature Sustainability. ‘Gauges are sparsely distributed in protected areas and rivers characterized by non-perennial flow regimes, both of which are critical to freshwater conservation and water security concerns.’

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