By G. Stournaras (auth.), Nicolaos Lambrakis, George Stournaras, Konstantina Katsanou (eds.)
The publication specializes in the administration of the aquatic setting. it's geared toward scientists, scholars, governmental officers and experts facing groundwater and atmosphere. Its major target is to notify the reader of principles, wisdom and event by way of a sustainable aquatic atmosphere. the most issues are as follows: Water our bodies and Ecosystems; weather switch and Water our bodies; Water caliber and agriculture; interplay of floor and flooring waters; Karst Hydrogeology; non-stop Media Hydrogeology; Fissured Rocks Hydrogeology; Hydrochemistry; Geothermics and thermal waters; The position of water in building initiatives; Hydrology
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Hydrogeologic and environmental aspects. Environmental Geology, V 38/1, No 1 Stournaras G (2007) Water. Environmental Aspect and Route, Tziolas Eds, Thessaloniki (In Greek) Stournaras G, Leonidopoulou D, Yoxas G. (2007) Geoenvironmental approach of Tinos Wetlands (Aegean Sea, Hellas), 35th International Congress of IAH, Groundwater and Ecosystems, PORTUGAL, Lisbon Groundwater in integrated environmental consideration 19 Stournaras G. (2008) Hydrogeology and vulnerability of limited extension fissured rocks islands, Ecohydrology and Hydrobiology, Vol.
H. (1997) Factor Four - Doubling Wealth, Halving Resources Use, Earthscan Eds, London Ecological requirements (Habitats Directive) versus water requirements (Water Framework Directive) in wetland ecosystems in Spain A. M. Fornés1, M. J. Durán1 1 Geological Survey of Spain. Ríos Rosas 23. 28003 Madrid. Spain. es; 2 Ministry of Environment. Ríos Rosas 24. 28003 Madrid. Spain. es Abstract The Water Framework Directive (WFD) and the Habitats Directive (HD) have a number of similarities in relation to the conservation of wetland ecosystems.
This document is addressed to "aquatic ecosystems and, with respect to their water needs, terrestrial ecosystems and wetlands directly depending on aquatic ecosystems" (article 1 (a) WFD). 2 Similarities and differences between the Water Framework Directive and the Habitats Directive The work done for the implementation of the WFD, has been carried out by the River Basin Authorities and concluded with the identification of surface water bodies type lake, according to the criteria defined in the so-called Instructions for Water Planning of Spain.