By G. Stournaras (auth.), Nicolaos Lambrakis, George Stournaras, Konstantina Katsanou (eds.)
The booklet makes a speciality of the administration of the aquatic surroundings. it's aimed toward scientists, scholars, governmental officers and experts facing groundwater and atmosphere. Its major target is to notify the reader of principles, wisdom and adventure by way of a sustainable aquatic surroundings. the most themes are as follows: Water our bodies and Ecosystems; weather swap and Water our bodies; Water caliber and agriculture; interplay of floor and flooring waters; Karst Hydrogeology; non-stop Media Hydrogeology; Fissured Rocks Hydrogeology; Hydrochemistry; Geothermics and thermal waters; The position of water in development initiatives; Hydrology
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However, the implementation of these policies in practice has opened a number of issues, and although there has been a large number of guidance documents to assist and coordinate this practical implementation, a number of them remain on the table pending further solve. This document is addressed to "aquatic ecosystems and, with respect to their water needs, terrestrial ecosystems and wetlands directly depending on aquatic ecosystems" (article 1 (a) WFD). 2 Similarities and differences between the Water Framework Directive and the Habitats Directive The work done for the implementation of the WFD, has been carried out by the River Basin Authorities and concluded with the identification of surface water bodies type lake, according to the criteria defined in the so-called Instructions for Water Planning of Spain.
Mamolos2 1 Laboratory of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology, Department of Geology, School of Geology, Faculty of Sciences, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, 54124, Greece 2 Laboratory of Ecology and Environmental Protection, Faculty of Agriculture, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, 54124, Greece Abstract The construction of hydraulic technical projects plays an important role in preserving water resources for the continuously increase of water needs especially due to the last climate changes.
Advances in the Research of Aquatic Environment: Volume 1 by G. Stournaras (auth.), Nicolaos Lambrakis, George Stournaras, Konstantina Katsanou (eds.)