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STATE OF THE KNOWLEDGE FOR HYDROGEOLOGY RESEARCH IN EUROPE – KINDRA ORIENTATION WORKSHOP FOR NATIONAL EXPERTS

STATE OF THE KNOWLEDGE FOR HYDROGEOLOGY RESEARCH IN EUROPE – KINDRA ORIENTATION WORKSHOP FOR NATIONAL EXPERTS
Date : 24/11/2015
Date de fin : 25/11/2015
Heure : 00:00 à 00:00
Manifestation organisée par une institution nationale ou internationale
Belgique

Workshop organised by the European Federation of Geologists (EFG) and Sapienza University on behalf of KINDRA project consortium

Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences, Rue Vautier 29, 1000 Brussels

Groundwater and hydrogeology-related research activities cover a wide spectrum of research areas at EU and national levels. However, groundwater issues are quite often either ignored or considered only in insufficient detail and separated from the associated surface water bodies, despite of its critical importance as renewable, high-quality, naturally protected (but still vulnerable) resource that has significant impacts on both surface water bodies and ecosystems.

The EU-funded KINDRA project (Knowledge Inventory for hydrogeology research, Grant Agreement No. 642047) seeks to take stock of our current knowledge of hydrogeology through an inventory of research results, activities, projects and programmes.

The first day of the KINDRA-Workshop is intended as an open session with introduction to the “state of the knowledge for hydrogeology research in Europe”, including presentations on relevant European water policy and H2020 activities. The audience for the first day is open to hydrogeologists, companies and associations related to groundwater in Europe. The second day will be focused on the training of national experts (delegates from the EFG KINDRA Third Parties) who will actively take part in the KINDRA activity “Data collection and processing”.

More information:
Event organisation - http://eurogeologists.eu/kindra-workshop/
KINDRA Project - http://www.kindraproject.eu