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Impact assessments of changes in environmental pressures require improved system and process understanding to reach the knowledge level needed for sustainable water resource management as well as meeting future demands from EU Water Framework Directive (WFD). Both conventional and WFD resource management require a catchment-oriented approach to integrate processes. Furthermore, political feasibility of abatement actions and policy options need to be assessed. Considerable resources are spent over the past 10 years on abatement actions along the Morsa watercourse. Climate change and reduction in acid rain has significantly disguised the effect of these measures. Without these environmental changes the effect of the abatement actions would likely have been greater. Sub-optimum abatement actions are now needed in order to reach the water quality goals in Vansjø. Knowledge of how environmental pressures govern the eutrophication is important in order to achieve consensus for these actions
Watershed EUTROphication management through system oriented process modelling of Pressures, Impacts and Abatement actions.
A MILJØ2015 - TVERS project funded by RCN (190028/S30)