European River Ocean System (EROS 2000)
Programme européen sur les systèmes fleuve-océan
1988, as an interdisciplinary long-term research project on biogeochemical processes in the European coastal environment. Ceased to exist.
Provide basic information so as to find a realistic compromise between economic development and protection of the marine environment and its biological resources; specify sources and pathways of natural and anthropogenic nutrients and other organic and inorganic compounds in the European coastal environment; investigate the mechanisms and rates of the processes controlling both land-sea-air exchanges and internal cycling and fluxes of these compounds in coastal waters; develop process-specific - eg eutrophication - and regional biogeochemical models to predict long term consequences of man-induced changes.Available with paid subscription only.
Research groups cover the following: Riverine and atmospheric input to marine waters; Inorganic processes in coastal waters; Bio-organic processes in coastal waters; Particles and sediment/water interactions; Regional integration, remote sensing and modelling of coastal processes. Training activities.
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- Rivers and Lakes
- Land and Coastal Forms
- Societal Problems
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