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Title: INVESTIGATIONS IN THE FRAMEWORK OF FP7 ENVIROGRIDS AND BLACK SEA CATCHMENT PROJECT
Authors: Medinets, Volodymyr I.
Lehman, A.
Citation: Междунар. науч.-практ. конф. «Экологические проблемы Черного моря», с. 175-179
Issue Date: Oct-2009
Publisher: Одеса ІНВАЦ, 2009
Keywords: Black Sea
Convention for Protection of the Black Sea Against Pollution
the EnviroGRIDS project
investigations
Abstract: It is known that the Dnister River basin including its delta is the unique area of the Black Sea catchment with its important natural resources and recreational potential. The Black Sea Catchment is internationally known as one of ecologically unsustainable development and inadequate resource management, which has led to severe environmental, social and economic problems. Last years in the Dnister basin as in the whole catchment of the Black Sea quality of Environment and quality of life are decreased. Negative impact of organic and biogenic pollutions to the Black Sea from the Dnister River increased. Efforts of the Black Sea countries for protection, conservation and improvement of Environment of the Black Sea were finally realized in the Convention for Protection of the Black Sea Against Pollution signed by the Black Sea countries. Current process of Convention requirements implementation is very slowly because the real information about the state of Environment and economics in the Black Sea catchment and in the coastal and open waters of the Black Sea are insufficient and scanty, especially if we want to forecast long-term tendencies or to evaluate influence of climate change to sustainability of Ecosystems and economics of this region. For development of the processes of collecting and processing huge volume of information about the state of environment, climate changes and economics of the Black Sea countries in the Black Sea catchment we need to have new methodology and approaches with introduction of new observation and information treatment technologies as old classic methods are very expensive and ineffective. In the last years the Group on Earth Observation Systems of Systems (GEOSS) is building a data-driven view of our planet that feeds into models and scenarios to explore our past, present and future. The first step for the new systems and methodology for new regions development is the creation of new scientific background.
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