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Jean-Luc gave an interview on a topic concerning the impact of land-use change, modelled with the VITO Ruimtemodel, on coastal campings near the coastal town of Bredene, a tourist resort along the Belgian coast.  These campings have an important social function for less wealthy tourists who cannot afford to buy an apartment or book a hotel room.  Under some scenarios, these campings could disappear due to ongoing urbanization. 

Can Nonlinear Water Pricing Help to Mitigate Drought Effects in Temperate Countries?

By Terreaux J.P., M Tidball, in G. Ondrasek ed., Drought (aridity), IntechOpen, 15 p. Open access peer-reviewed chapter DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.86529

 

Understanding coastal wetland conditions and futures by closing their hydrologic balance: the case of the Gialova lagoon, Greece.

By Manzoni, S., Maneas, G., Scaini, A., Psiloglou, B. E., Destouni, G., Lyon, S. W. (2020). Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 24, pp. 3557-3571. https://doi.org/10.5194/hess-24-3557-2020

 

Coastal-marine solute spreading from different Baltic coastlines

By Yuanying Chen, Vladimir Cvetkovic, Georgia Destouni

 

Rural Development in the Region of the Danube Delta - Strategies at European Level and Implementation at the National Level

By Pop Ruxandra Eugenia (2019) In Agrarian Economy and Rural Development - Realities and Perspectives for Romania. International Symposium. 10th Edition, The Research Institute for Agricultural Economy and Rural Development (ICEADR), Bucharest, pp. 268-271

 

Dominant Hydro Climatic effects on eutrophication management efficiency in a Swedish coastal bay

By Guillaume Vigouroux, Yuanying Chen, Anders Jönsson, Vladimir Cvetkovic, Georgia Destouni

 

Determining Factors of the living level in rural communities in the southeast region

By Pop Ruxandra Eugenia In Agrarian Economy and Rural Development - Realities and Perspectives for Romania. International Symposium. 10th Edition, The Research Institute for Agricultural Economy and Rural Development (ICEADR), Bucharest, pp. 285-291

 

Anthropogenic Changes in a Mediterranean Coastal Wetland during the Last Century—The Case of Gialova Lagoon, Messinia, Greece

By G. Maneas, E. Makopoulou, D. Bousbouras, H. Berg, S. Manzoni, 2019, Water(MDPI), 11(2), 350.

 

Understanding interactions between urban development policies and GHG emissions: A case study in Stockholm Region

By Pan, H., Page, J., Zhang, L., Cong, C., Ferreira, C., Jonsson, E., Näsström, H., Destouni, G., Deal, B., & Kalantari, Z. (2019). 

 

Stakeholder perspectives on sustainable coastal development: A Baltic coast case study

By Samaneh Seifollahi-Aghmiuni,  Zahra Kalantari, Carmen Prieto, Yuanying Chen, Georgia Destouni

 

A more complete accounting of greenhouse gas emissions and sequestration in urban landscapes

By Jessica Page, Elisie Kåresdotter, Georgia Destouni, Haozhi Pan, Zahra Kalantari

 

COASTAL - Collaborative Land-Sea Integration Platform at the Black Sea

By Luminița Lazăr, Mariana Golumbeanu, Florin Timofte

 

Economic Instruments to Combat Eutrophication: A Survey

by Jean-Philippe Terreaux and Jean-Marie Lescot. Open access peer-reviewed chapter DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.79666

 

Dominant Hydro-Climatic Drivers of Water Temperature, Salinity, and Flow Variability for the Large-Scale System of the Baltic Coastal Wetlands

By Y. Chen, G. Vigouroux, A. Bring, V. Cvetkovic, G. Destouni, 2019. Water(MDPI), 11(3), 552.

 

Use of co-created causal loop diagrams and fuzzy-cognitive scenario analysis for water quality management

By Samaneh Seifollahi-Aghmiuni, Zahra Kalantari, and Georgia Destouni

 

Trend correlations for coastal eutrophication and its main local and whole-sea drivers – Application to the Baltic Sea

By Guillaume Vigouroux, Elina Kari, José M. Beltrán-Abaunza, Petteri Uotila, Dekui Yuan, Georgia Destouni

 

Drivers for Rural Development of Danube’s Delta Region

By Steliana Rodino, Ana Ursu, Ruxandra Pop and Vili Dragomir

 

Understanding Stakeholder Synergies Through System Dynamics: Integrating Multi-Sectoral Stakeholder Narratives Into Quantitative Environmental Models

By Tiller Rachel Gjelsvik, Destouni Georgia, Golumbeanu Mariana, Kalantari Zahra, Kastanidi Erasmia, Lazar Luminita, Lescot Jean-Marie, Maneas Giorgos, Martínez-López Javier, Notebaert Bastiaan, Seifollahi-Aghmiuni Samaneh, Timofte Florin, de Vente Joris, Vernier Francoise, de Kok Jean-Luc

A scalable dynamic characterisation approach for water quality management in semi-enclosed seas and archipelagos

G. Vigouroux, G. Destounia, A. Jönssonc, V. Cvetkovic, 2019, Marine Pollution Bulletin 139, 311–327.

 

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