CLEARANCE-CircuLar Economy Approach to River pollution by Agricultural Nutrients with use of Carbon-storing Ecosystems

Riverine wetlands provide a range of ecosystem services: cultural (esthetics, recreation and education), provisioning (storage and retention of water), supporting (soil formation and nutrient cycling), regulating (regulation of erosion, natural hazards, hydrological flows, climate, water purification and waste treatment). The project CLEARANCE focuses on the role of wetland buffer zones (WBZ) in agricultural catchments that clean water from excess nutrients before it reaches the river, as well as substantially contribute to the natural purification of river water. The project aims to demonstrate this role of WBZs using model catchments, while at the same time examining synergies between water purification and other ecosystem services. More

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Maintainer Marta Wisniewska
Last Updated September 23, 2019, 14:05 (UTC)
Created November 21, 2018, 10:00 (UTC)
Acronym CLEARANCE
Project Coordinator Wiktor Kotowski
Partner 1 Marek GIERGICZNY - University of Warsaw - Poland
Partner 2 Mateusz GRYGORUK - Warsaw University of Life Science s (SGGW) - Poland
Partner 3 admin - Green Management Group (GMG) - Poland
Partner 4 Wendelin WICHTMANN - University of Greifswald - Germany
Partner 5 Dominik ZAK - Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries (IGB) - Germany
Partner 6 Carlos C. Hoffmann - Aarhus University - Denmark
Partner 7 admin - University of Nijmegen (UN)