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Main aims of A3 activity :

  1. To make the existing knowledge and data on eutrophication in the 2Seas territory accessible for potential users and researchers.
  2. To design, implement and test reusable model concepts for analyzing  eutrophication at a strategic level in the ‘2Seas’ territorial area.
  3. Analyse eutrophication in the context of Climate Change, aiming to identify the regional impact of global change scenarios on the eutrophication.

Targeted Publics :

Local and regional key players for the monitoring, modelling and/or analyzing of coastal waters quality along the Channel/North Sea shore such as:

  • Representatives of institutes/agencies specialised in water quality control or taking an interest in inventorying and sharing coastal waters quality data.
  • Actors representing Environmental Public Institutions concerned by sharing protocols and the state-of-the-art measurement techniques in the field of coastal water quality measurement.
  • Marine researchers and other scientist who take an interest in the integrated analysis of coastal eutrophication at the regional level.
  • Marine researchers and other scientist who can contribute to the model library and help improve the quality of the reusable model building components.

Expected results :

The main deliverable will be a Web-based Application Server (WAS) devoted to:

The access to the WAS  will be restricted to registered users in order to respect the data rights and identify the potential end users.


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