Interim Report for the STRIVE-funded project: 2007-W-CD-1-S1
Summary: STRIVE Report 56 - M. Archbold, M. Bruen, J. Deakin, D. Doody, R. Flynn, M. Kelly-Quinn, B. Misstear and U. Ofterdinger
Filesize: 1,633 KB
The Pathways Project aims to address the challenge of developing a better understanding of hydrological processes, water-borne contaminant fate and transport, and the subsequent impact of these contaminants on aquatic ecosystems in Irish River Basin Districts (RBDs). The project will develop a Catchment Management Tool (CMT) that may be employed by RBD management to ensure that good Water Framework Directive (WFD) status is achieved and/or maintained by 2015. CMT development requires the following project objectives to be addressed:
The project literature report aims to provide an overview of current understanding and knowledge gaps in relation to diffuse contaminant flow and attenuation pathways and the assessment of the impact of these contaminants on aquatic receptors in rivers and streams.
Please contact the EPA Publications Office:Publications OfficeTelephone: 053-9160600E-mail: email@example.com