The GeDSeT Project : coupling multi-criteria analysis and knowledge improvement on sediment for a close-to-the-field Decision Support Tool

Abstract : Waterways in southern Belgium and northern France present similar characteristics and are deeply connected. Both regions present dense habitats and industrial pattern which have impacted the quality of the aquatic ecosystem and in particular the sediments compartment. This constitutes a major environmental issue, both for the management of huge amounts of dredged sediments and for the strategic geographical position of this sustainable transport network towards Northern Europe. In order to address waterways sediment management in a transboundary way, the GeDSeT project aims at developing a decision support methodology[1], based as well on public and private know-how as on research results on specific environmental issues.
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  • INERIS : EN-2011-474

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Agnès Laboudigue, Pascale Michel, Claire Alary, Laurence Haouche, Bruno Lemiere, et al.. The GeDSeT Project : coupling multi-criteria analysis and knowledge improvement on sediment for a close-to-the-field Decision Support Tool. 7. International SedNet conference "Sediments and Biodiversity : bridging the gap between science and policy", Apr 2011, Venise, Italy. ⟨ineris-00970920⟩

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