It is essential for human well-being to restore degraded ecosystems and manage soil and water resources for sustainable development. In the past decades, connectivity has become important in the study of hydrological and geomorphic processes. The understanding of water and sediment connectivity can be applied to watershed management. The protection of habitats and species, the improvement of flood resistance and resilience, and the ecosystems maintenance are essential. In general, the target of watershed management is to maintain appropriate connectivity or disconnectivity in different ecological niches (hydrology, ecology, geomorphology), especially when external factors influence watershed processes and characteristics. Considering the high complexity of hydro-geomorphic systems, and the various processes that could affect the efficiency of water and sediment flowing through a watershed, studying the hydrological and sediment connectivity is essential. Also, analyzing changes in connectivity over time helps to understand the effects of natural and man-made disturbances on water-sediment flux and related processes. In this session, we welcome studies focused on connectivity at multiple spatio-temporal scales. Any contributions to the understanding of connectivity based on field monitoring, laboratory works, development and application of geomorphometric indices and models are welcomed. Our session emphasizes the value of connectivity in properly addressing sediment and water-related issues, and aims at providing important information on when, where and how to managers in order to control hydrological and geomorphic processes and ultimately achieve sustainable management.
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