Connecting European connectivity research.Supervisor: prof. Ing. Ján Ilavský, PhD.
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|Project description:||Successful prediction of pathways of storm runoff generation and associated soil erosion is of considerable societal importance, including off-site impacts such as water quality and the provision of related ecosystem services. Recently, the role of connectivity in controlling runoff and erosion has received significant and increasing scientific attention, though in a disparate and uncoordinated way. COST is the appropriate vehicle for funding this activity because it will gather together existing expertise to advance the field of connectivity in a concerted way. The key benefit of this Action will therefore be to establish connectivity as a research paradigm. The Action will then permit transfer of current understanding into useable science, by developing it’s conceptual basis and transferring it into a series of monitoring and modelling tools that will provide the platform for indices that will inform holistic management of catchment systems.|
|Kind of project:||COST ()|
|Department:||Department of Sanitary and Enviromental Engineering (FCE)|
|Project identification:||MoU: 053/13|
|Project status:||Successfully completed|
|Project start date :||10. 04. 2014|
|Project close date:||09. 04. 2018|
|Number of workers in the project:||2|
|Number of official workers in the project:||0|