Drinking-water abstractions and nonpoint-source pollution. Operational solutions for supply zones of priority water abstractions

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Author(s)
Laurent Basilico
Nicolas Domange
Authoring structure(s)
Onema
Editor(s)
Onema
Collection
Meetings recap
Edition date
Type
Ouvrage
Number of pages
63
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Protecting water abstractions from the nonpoint-source pollution released in large part by farming activities is a crucial challenge for our societies. The Large-scale farming offering high economic and environmental performance scientific group (GIS GC-HP2E) brought together a number of participants, including the agricultural and institutional sectors, representatives of local governments, industrial companies and scientists, to discuss these complex issues. This document recapitulates the projects presented, the viewpoints and the scientific contributions made during the meeting.

Recap of the 2011 Meeting of the GC-HP2E scientific group, 3 February 2011, in Paris.

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Périmètre du document
Geographic extent
Nationale
Regions
France entière
ISBN print
979-10-91047-02-9
Language
English
Cadre réglementaire
Directive cadre sur l'eau (DCE)
Environments
Milieux aquatiques continentaux
Milieux souterrains
Milieux agricoles
Areas of action
Gestion des activités
Données et connaissances
Recherche et développement
Activities
Agriculture, foresterie, pêche professionnelle
'Gestion d'espaces naturels et/ou espèces