i) Determining how beavers structurally transform the aquatic landscapes they colonize, and whether their actions restore and enhance ecosystem function or reduce hydrological impacts of climate change (Canadian Rockies Beaver Project).
ii) Assessing how wetland ecohydrological functioning varies across mountain ranges and evolves under stress (climate change, land use change). Visit the Mountain Water Futures and Canadian Rockies Hydrological Observatory project websites to learn more.
iii) Evaluating the effectiveness of policies in conserving wetland functions.
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