Environmental Research Infrastructures are key to providing systematic and coherent data sets needed for research addressing natural hazards, natural resources, climate, health, food security, biodiversity, and sustainable use of the marine, freshwater, and soils. However, they do not only cater to the scientific community but also support the environmental monitoring activities conducted by agencies across the European Union and serve as testbeds for the development of technology and methodology. Apart from being crucial for a systematic understanding of the environment, they are well-positioned to give hard facts on the efficiency of the mitigation and adaptation actions.
Therefore, we invite academics, industry, and policymakers to share their expertise & ideas in the field of the research infrastructure and the support of the scientific community and society at large.
In addition to targeted research on phenomena specific to the individual Environment sub-domains, holistic research using cross-disciplinary approaches is needed to tackle the environmental and societal challenges.
To submit a paper for this session, select from the topics list session # 10.
Accepted Abstracts will be indexed in the SCOPUS database.