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Furthermore, you can access each library separately, with a click on the left menu options.
The “suggested readings” appearing on the right side of the screen are articles from the other libraries (policies, eco-innovations, financing) that contain some similar tags and might be of interest for you.
SoilCAM - Test sites
Field studies within the SoilCAM project were conducted at two test sites: Trecate in northern Italy and the Norwegian airport at Gardermoen. Both the chosen test sites display organic ...
THESEUS - MCA
Multi-Criteria analysis (MCA) is a tool that has been developed for analysing complex multi-criteria problems. It is a thoughtful methodology that takes into account both qualitative and ...
LUPIS - Application case in China
An illustrative application case in China has been studied in the frame of the LUPIS project. The case study coped with water pollution in Taihu Basin (Taihu Basin covers three provinces and Shangai ...
LUPIS - Variety of tools
A variety of tools were applied in order to assess the impacts of policy measures on sustainable development in several developing countries in the frame of LUPIS. These tools are described ...
EELIAD - Tagging technologies
In order to determine both the migration routes and the spawning sites of eels, various tagging technologies were used in EELIAD. These devices consist of electronic tags that were attached externally...
WATERPIPE - GPIR
Ground Penetrating Imaging Radars (GPIRs) have been developed and used to obtain information on underground media since the 1970’s. The early versions of the technique were based on the use of ...
ENNAH - transport systems
Environmental noise, which is caused by traffic, industrial and recreational activities, is known to be a nuisance for roughly 20 % of the European population. Transport systems are especially a ...
ENVIROGRIDS - four scenarios
Four scenarios have been investigated according to plausible alternative storylineswithin ENVIROGRIDS. These scenarios were based on a coherent set of assumptions that take into account future ...