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Ecosystem Services is the topic of the first Water JPI TAP

The first Water JPI Thematic Annual Programming (TAP) action is on the topic of Ecosystem Services (SRIA sub-theme 1.1 )

The first Water JPI Thematic Annual Programming (TAP) action is on the topic of Ecosystem Services (SRIA sub-theme 1.1).

The Kick-off meeting took place on the 12th June 2019 in Dublin, Ireland and involved 21 participants from 16 organisations and 8 countries. Participants met to identify synergies and shared outputs that could be achieved over the 2-year lifetime of the TAP. Discussions were informed by learnings from the experience of FACCE-JPI TAP Soil and the details of the six participating project teams from Spain, The Netherlands, Ireland and Finland.

Over the break-out sessions the participants identified areas of added value that the TAP could progress. The next steps for the TAP are to complete and then deliver their Implementation Plan.

 

View the Workshop Programme.

 

Download the Workshop Proceedings (coming soon)

 

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Getting to know each other – Meet the TAP Projects:

 

  1. Complex eco-evolutionary dynamics of aquatic ecosystems faced with human-induced and environmental stress: Anna K. Kuparinen, University of Jyväskylä, Finland.
  2. Design of a methodology to increase flood resilience compatible with improved status of water bodies and sustainable management of water resources: José María Bodoque del Pozo, University of Castilla-La Mancha (UCLM) Spain.
  3. ESDecide: from Ecosystem Services Framework to Application for Integrated Freshwater Resources Management: Mary Kelly Quinn, University College Dublin (UCD) Ireland.
  1. Ecosystem services and Natural Capital for the large Dutch water bodies: Joost Backxs, Rijkswatestaat, The Netherlands.
  1. Spatial and temporal flow intermittency in fluvial ecosystems: effects on structure, function and ecosystem services: Vicenç Acuña, Fundació Institut Català de Recerca de l'Aigua Spain.
  1. The Diversity and Resilience of kelp ecosystems in Ireland: Kathryn Schoenrock, National University of Ireland Galway (NUIG) Ireland.

 

The Water JPI also previously held an exploratory workshop focused on Improvig ecosystem sustainability and Human Well-being (Dublin, 2nd & 3rd November 2017)

The aim of the workshop was to discuss and develop the RDI needs under Theme 1 of the Water JPI SRIA and inform the SRIA update.

 

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published on 2019/08/02 06:46:17 GMT+0 last modified 2019-08-02T06:46:17+00:00