European knowledge agenda for soil-sediment-water, subsurface and land use Published: 17 November 2014 From 1 March 2015 onward, Deltares will be mobilising Dutch knowledge questions with the aim of establishing the research agenda for the, soil-sediment-water system, subsurface and land use in Europe.
European knowledge agenda for soil-sediment-water, subsurface and land use. 17 November 2014. The Horizon2020 project to establish this specific knowledge agenda is known as INSPIRATION (Integrated Spatial Planning, land use and soil management Research ACTION).
May 19, 2014 · Towards a Strategic Research agenda on Soil, Land use and Land management Margot de Cleen • Update knowledge agenda (use subsurface, circular economy, resource efficiency) planning, soil threats, sustainable use of the soil-sediment-water system, impacts at global level and effects on trading partners,
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Towards a Strategic Research Agenda on Soil, Land-Use and Land Management in Europe 29 november 2016 Linda Maring (Deltares) [email protected] 06 2082 6140 NL-12 Soil-sediment-water system knowledge NL-13 Valuation of the soil-sediment-water system subsurface resources Natural hazard prevention Health and quality of life
• The paper links soil-sediment-water system use and knowledge demands with research needs. • Research agenda setting was an iterative process involving more than 500 experts. • Strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of the approach are identified.
We introduce the INSPIRATION bottom-up approach for the development of a strategic research agenda for spatial planning, land use and soil-sediment-water-system management in Europe. Research and innovation needs were identified by more than 500 European funders, endusers, scientists, policy makers, public administrators and consultants.
Soil and land use research is fragmented in Europe. Now, researchers and practitioners have developed a comprehensive agenda on key knowledge gaps that research needs to address for benefit of
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Europeans’ Strategic Research Agenda for Integrated Spatial Planning, Land Use and It recognizes the need for new knowledge and new applications of knowledge to plan, manage and use land and the SSW system. growing / shrinking areas and their impact to the land-soil-sediment-water system. IRT-6: Indicators for
This knowledge creation, transfer and implementation agenda for Integrated Spatial Planning, Land Use and Soil Management in the light of current and future societal challenges emerged from a funder and end-user demand-driven bottom up approach.
Unit Soil and Subsurface; land use and soil-sediment-water-system management in Europe. which in parts address demands formulated in the INSPIRATION research agenda. Current knowledge gaps