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Successful new session „Integrative Studies of the River-Sea Continuum” at General Assembly of European Geoscience Union

How are River-Sea Systems functioning? How are they changing due to human pressures? What is the impact of processes in the catchment on marine systems function, and vice versa? These were a few questions, which build the foundation for the new session entitled “Integrative studies of the River-Sea-Continuum” at the General Assembly of the European […]

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What are challenges along the tidal part of the Elbe and adjacent North Sea? Workshop for planning future research

Elbe and North Sea are of great ecological, economical and societal importance, thus a sustainable management is urgently needed. Therefore we require interdisciplinary knowledge about natural processes in the Elbe-North Sea System, as well as about the effects of anthropogenic activities including climate change. The Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht (HZG), Institute of Coastal Research, is thus engaging […]

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Danube: showcase EU policy implementation

The Danube, the world’s most international river, is one of the European rivers that will play an important role in DANUBIUS-RI with several Supersites planned along its course. At the occasion of the EU Presidency of the International Commission for the Protection of the Danube River (ICPDR) the “Our Danube” event was organised at the […]

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3rd General Assembly, 5th Steering Committee, 1st STAB Meeting, Berlin, 21-23 November, 2017

  INVITATION DANUBIUS-PP 3rd General Assembly, 5th Steering Committee 1st Scientific and Technical Advisory Board Meeting 21-23 November, Berlin, BMVI   Schedule 20.11. Day of arrival and informal meetings 21.11. General Assembly 22.11. General Assembly & Scientific and Technical Advisory Board 23.11. Steering Committee & Modelling Node (additional information will follow) Registration The venue is […]

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This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 739562.