The overall goal of our project is to develop stakeholder-driven land use and water management tools, using local and remotely sensed data within a planning framework that will lead to socially, economically and ecologically sustainable agricultural and resource development in the region. The expected impact of this research on the Arequipa Region will be economic growth and improved health, through the fair access to safe and secure water resources and a management framework that respects the needs and preferences of the local stakeholders.


The SWM team at Purdue University, August 2018.

Co-Principal Investigators

Team Members

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