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Peer Review Status: Refereed
Title: Advancing integrated research on European river-sea systems: the DANUBIUS-RI project
Author(s): Bradley, Chris
Bowes, Michael J
Brils, Jos
Friedrich, Jana
Gault, Jeremy
Groom, Steve
Hein, Thomas
Heininger, Peter
Michalopoulos, Panagiotos
Panin, Nicolae
Schultz, Michael
Stanica, Adrian
Andrei, Ionel
Tyler, Andrew
Umgiesser, Georg
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Keywords: Research Infrastructure
environmental research
river-sea systems
Issue Date: 2018
Citation: Bradley C, Bowes MJ, Brils J, Friedrich J, Gault J, Groom S, Hein T, Heininger P, Michalopoulos P, Panin N, Schultz M, Stanica A, Andrei I, Tyler A & Umgiesser G (2018) Advancing integrated research on European river-sea systems: the DANUBIUS-RI project. International Journal of Water Resources Development, 34 (6), pp. 888-899.
Abstract: Research at the interface between terrestrial, riverine, estuarine and marine environments is frequently constrained by significant disciplinary and geographical boundaries. This article outlines an international initiative, DANUBIUS-RI, which aims to address these problems by facilitating biogeochemical monitoring and interdisciplinary research on river–sea systems. The scope of the project spans the environmental, social and economic sciences and was accepted into the European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures roadmap in 2016. When operational, DANUBIUS-RI will offer researchers access to interdisciplinary expertise, facilities and European river–sea systems, providing a comprehensive platform for multidisciplinary research and training.
DOI Link: 10.1080/07900627.2017.1399107
Rights: This is an Accepted Manuscript of an article published by Taylor & Francis Group in International Journal of Water Resource Development on 21 Nov 2017, available online:

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