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Environmental Data Exchange Network for Inland Water

Edited By: Palle Haastrup and Jorgen Wurtz
Publisher: Elsevier
Environmental Data Exchange Network for Inland Water
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  • Environmental Data Exchange Network for Inland Water ISBN: 9780444529732 Hardback Nov 2006 Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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Understanding and protecting our environment is a key component of environmental development, yet access to a wide range of high-quality information is currently based on very limited data due to lack of the exchange of data between source and recipient.

This three part book that first discusses the importance of data exchange and describes why it is essential for gathering data in the environmental sciences. Part Two takes the results of the Environmental Data Exchange Network for Inland Water project (EDEN-IW), and addresses its objectives for ensuring that the needs of citizens and enterprises of the environmental sciences community are met. Finally, Part Three takes a look at the wide variety of data policies and addresses how environment administrators in Europe can enhance their efficiency, openness and accountability.

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Acknowledgements. Preface. Foreword. 1. Data Exchange. 2. The Project. 3. Policy Issues and data harmonisation. References. Acronyms

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Edited By: Palle Haastrup and Jorgen Wurtz
Publisher: Elsevier
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