Viktor Schauberger’s early appreciation of the intimate relation­ship between water and forest, and their dual influence upon water resource management, the landscape’s health within particular precipitation areas – is undoubtedly correct. His perception of these complex and important questions of human existence was rooted in his experiences within the natural environment of temperate Austria Here the natural processes of destruction are slow in reaction to human environmental mistakes. In the tropics, where the landscape is more vulnerable, the rapid consequences of human forest clearance are more obvious and extensive...

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