2007-2013 GENESIS

2007-2013 GENESIS

Groundwater and Dependent Ecosystems: New Scientific and Technological Basis for Assessing Climate Change and Land-use Impacts on Groundwater (Pierre Benoit)

Groundwater resources are facing increasing quantitative pressure from land-use and consumption pressures. In some areas, groundwater quantity and quality have been reduced, resulting in negative impacts on drinking water and important ecosystems relying on groundwater. There is a strong need to reduce input of pollutants to prevent groundwater pollution. Additional threats from climate change are unknown, highly interwoven and complex.
In total 16 sites all over Europe are being studied in the GENESIS project.
The consortium in GENESIS consists of 25 partners from 17 countries. 15 Universities, 8 Research institutes and 2 SME.
These are the 8 work packages included in the Genesis project.

Date de modification : 06 juillet 2023 | Date de création : 03 août 2010 | Rédaction : Com EGC Marina Pavlidès