Euroharp 16 Catchment report: Attert, Luxembourg : trend analysis, retention and sourceapportionment
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The EC funded EUROHARP project encompasses 22 research institutes from 17 European countries (2002-2005). The overall objective of the EUROHARP work is to provide end-users with guidance for an appropriate choice of quantification tools to satisfy existing European requirements on harmonisation and transparency for quantifying diffuse nutrient losses, e.g. to facilitate the implementation of the Water Framework Directive and the Nitrates Directive. The project includes both the assessment of the performance of individual models and the applicability of the same models in catchments throughout Europe with different data availability and environmental condition. The basis for the performance and applicability studies is the compilation of a harmonised GIS/database for all catchment data and the analysis of these data (trends, watercourse retention).
UtgiverNorsk institutt for vannforskning