Creator: N. Hanley Date: 03 December 2009 Seminar/workshop
Climate Change, Non-Point Pollution and Land Use: Modelling Interactions
- Start date: 01 October 2004
- End date: 30 September 2005
Climate change is one of the most important environmental problems facing the world today. However, often overlooked are the interactions of climate change with other environmental problems, such as non-point pollution from farming. This inter-disciplinary project will use an intergrated modelling approach to study the interplay between climate change and non-point pollution for case study catchments in Scotland. We will also be taking into account the effects of changes in agricultural support on farmers' actions, and thus on non-point pollution, and the implications of implementing the Water Framework Directive. This project is funded under the RELU programme, and will be of direct interest to policy-makers and environmental managers.
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