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Research 137: Towards developing a Cryptosporidium monitoring protocol

Year: 2015

The prevalence and persistence of Cryptosporidium – particularly with respect to drinking water supplies – is one of the key environment and health issues for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

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Research 137: Towards developing a Cryptosporidium monitoring protocol

Year: 2015

The prevalence and persistence of Cryptosporidium – particularly with respect to drinking water supplies – is one of the key environment and health issues for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

Tasks Update of the UGEE Joint Research Programme - April 2015

Year: 2015

The UGEE Joint Research Programme is a comprehensive programme of research and there are many elements to it (some baseline analysis & desk –based literature reviews). At present, there has been good progress on the UGEE JRP, as described in this document. The final report will be made publically available on the EPA website. Further details on the research programme are currently available on a dedicated website www.ugeeresearch.ie

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Research Report 149

Improved Emissions Inventories for NOx and Particulate Matter from Transport and Small Scale Combustion Installations in Ireland (ETASCI) Part 2 of 2, March 2015

Year: 2015

Improved Emissions Inventories for NOx and Particulate Matter from Transport and Small Scale Combustion Installations in Ireland (ETASCI) Part 2 of 2

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Research Report 148

Improved Emissions Inventories for NOx and Particulate Matter from Transport and Small Scale Combustion Installations in Ireland (ETASCI) Part 1 of 2, March 2015

Year: 2015

Improved Emissions Inventories for NOx and Particulate Matter from Transport and Small Scale Combustion Installations in Ireland (ETASCI)Part 2 0f 2

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Research Report 147

Modelling air quality climate change and volcanic ash, March 2015

Year: 2015

Research Report 147 Modelling air quality, climate change and volcanic ash

UGEE Joint Research Programme Leaflet

Year: 2015

UGEE Joint Research Programme Leaflet

UGEE Joint Research Programme Groundtruthing Notice

Year: 2015

UGEE Joint Research Programme Notice in relation to Project A1

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Research 128: Roadmap for a National Resource Efficiency Plan for Ireland

Authors: Tadhg Coakley, Dermot Cunningham & Caroline Kelly, September 2014

Year: 2014

The purpose of this study was to assess the current situation in Ireland and elsewhere with regard to resource efficiency and to recommend how, by the development of a roadmap, Irish performance could be improved.

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Research Report: 129: Are we willing to pay for good river Water Quality?

Willingness to pay for achieving good status across rivers in the Republic of Ireland, , September 2014

Year: 2014

One of the main objectives of this research was to examine public attitudes towards water quality related issues and the importance that the general public places on these compared with other potential environment issues.

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Research 134:Biological Effects and Chemical Measurements in Irish Marine Waters

EPA and Marine Institute and Trinity College Report, September 2014

Year: 2014

The overall aim was to increase Ireland’s capacity for the generation of integrated monitoring of biological effects and chemical measurement data and for the completion of a pilot scale assessment of the quality of the Irish marine environment at a number of selected locations.

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Research 130: Irish Soils Information System

Research 130: Rachel Creamer, Reamonn Fealy, Stephen Hallett, Jack Hannam, Nick Holden, Bob Jones, Thomas Mayr, Iolanda Simo, Rogier Schulte, September 2014

Year: 2014

The overall objective of the Irish Soil Information System project was to conduct a programme of structured research into the national distribution of soil types and construct a soil map, at 1:250,000 scale, which would identify and describe the soils according to a consistent national legend.

Summary Of Findings (EPA Research 130): Irish Soils Information System

Summary Of Findings (EPA Research 130): Irish Soils Information System: Rachel Creamer, Reamonn Fealy, Stephen Hallett, Jack Hannam, Nick Holden, Bob Jones, Thomas Mayr, Iolanda Simo, Rogier Schulte, September 2014

Year: 2014

The overall objective of the Irish Soils Information System project was to conduct a programme of structured research into the national distribution of soil types and construct a soil map, at 1:250,000 scale, which would identify and describe the soils according to a consistent national legend.

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Research Report 127: What’s our water worth? Estimating the Value to Irish Society of Benefits Derived from Water-Related Ecosystem Services

Research Report 127: Estimating the Value to Irish Society of Benefits Derived from Water-Related Ecosystem Services: A Discrete Choice Approach, August 2014

Year: 2014

Research Report 127 Dr Stephen Hynes NUIG

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Summary of Findings - STRIVE Report 126: The Application of Geophysics to a Number of Threats to Irish Soil (Shane Donohue), August 2014

Year: 2014

This research fellowship has applied a number of geophysical techniques in conjunction with conventional approaches, to a number of areas of concern in relation to threats to Irish Soils.

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STRIVE Report 126: The Application of Geophysics to a Number of Threats to Irish Soil

Final Report of the EPA-funded Research Fellowship 2008-S-FS-5 (Shane Donohue), August 2014

Year: 2014

This research fellowship has applied a number of geophysical techniques in conjunction with conventional approaches, to a number of areas of concern in relation to threats to Irish Soils.

Ireland’s invasive and non-native species – trends in introductions.

Summary of Findings - 2011-B-MS-1 - O’Flynn, C., Kelly, J. and Lysaght, L., July 2014

Year: 2014

Ireland’s invasive and non-native species – trends in introductions

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Carbon Sequestration by Hedgerows in the Irish Landscape

Year: 2014

Carbon Sequestration by Hedgerows in the Irish Landscape

Sustainability - EPA Research Strategy 2014-2020

Year: 2014

The environment is a strategic and valuable asset for Ireland which must be protected and proactively managed to ensure it forms the basis for a healthy society and our economic wellbeing.

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