Real-life scale integrated catchment models for supporting water- and environmental management decisions (Tisza River Project)

Real-life scale integrated catchment models for supporting water- and environmental management decisions (Tisza River Project)

Title: Real-life scale integrated catchment models for supporting water- and environmental management decisions
Programme: FP5
Ref./Contract no.: EVK1-CT-2001-00099
Budget: €1.600.000
Launch date: January 2002
Duration: 36 months

Partners:

Vituki- Hungary (Coordinator); Geological Institute of Hungary- Hungary; Water Research Institute- Slovakia; Slovak Hydrometeorological Institute- Slovakia; National Institute for Research and Development for the Environment- Romania; North University of Baia Mare- Romania; Vrije Universiteit Brussel- Belgium; Friedrich-Schiller Universität- Germany; University of Vienna- Austria; Centre for Ecology and Hydrology- United Kingdom

Summary
The Tisza River Project was an RTD project proposal under the EC’s 5th Framework Programme. The overall objective was to assist in the protection of water resources and ecological values in the Tisza River Basin through integrated catchment management tools, as well as sustainable resource use. Additionally, this project was a part of the cluster of European projects under a scheme called CATCHMOD, which combined and harmonized similar catchment modelling practices on a European level.

Coordinator:

Vituki - Hungary

Prof. Dr. Geza Jolankai

jolankaigeza@gmail.com

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