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Ecology and Geomorphology of Stream :A Study of Buyo Creek near Okshitpin Village Tract, Padaung, Bago Division
- The field of watershed science is inherently multidisciplinary, involving a broad array of physical, bio logical and social sciences. This paper introduces to multidisciplinary study of stream ecology and geomorphology. The goal of this paper is to bring the fields of bio logy, ecology, geosciences and engineering to collaborate in addressing issues in river, stream and watershed management and restoration. The issues affecting the Buyo Creek are particularly acute and complex. The interests of farmers, loggers, commercial, wildlife depend upon the Buyo creek system. Watershed-scale characteristics such as geologic rock type and vegetative cover directly affect the nature of reach-scale stream habitats. Consequently, these concepts into stream monitoring and evaluation programmes in an attempt to better understand the impacts of land use anmanagement activities on stream habitat conditions.
Nay Win O0
- Journal of the Myanmar Academy Arts & Science