Innovative approaches in monitoring rapidly changing environments in different socio-economic contexts around the globe

Floris Boogaard, Rui de Lima, Rutger De Graaf-Van Dinther, Daru Setyorini

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Abstract

There is an urgency for developing methods that are capable of monitoring water
systems that are fast changing due to climate change and increase of anthropogenic pressure. Updated and real-time detailed data is necessary to support water and soil management strategies. This study evaluates the implementations of novel techniques in different socio-economic settings. Sensors and cameras were installed in mobile platforms (including boats and underwater drones), and deployed to assess spatial data variability. Environmental scans were performed at multiple locations with different water systems in The Netherlands, Indonesia and Denmark. Results from the
multiple methods (sensor, cameras) provided new insights into spatial variation of water quality, contrasting with traditional point sampling. Feedback from water
authorities and other stakeholders indicate that collected data can be used to
support management actions, and that such increasingly accessible technologies
contribute to creating awareness to water related issues.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2018
Event5th international climate change adaptation conference: Adaptation Futures 2018 Dialogues for solutions - Cape Town, South Africa
Duration: 18 Jun 201821 Jun 2018
https://adaptationfutures2018.capetown/

Conference

Conference5th international climate change adaptation conference
CountrySouth Africa
CityCape Town
Period18/06/1821/06/18
Internet address

Keywords

  • water management
  • climate
  • climateadaption

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Boogaard, F., de Lima, R., De Graaf-Van Dinther, R., & Setyorini, D. (2018). Innovative approaches in monitoring rapidly changing environments in different socio-economic contexts around the globe. Paper presented at 5th international climate change adaptation conference, Cape Town, South Africa.
Boogaard, Floris ; de Lima, Rui ; De Graaf-Van Dinther, Rutger ; Setyorini, Daru. / Innovative approaches in monitoring rapidly changing environments in different socio-economic contexts around the globe. Paper presented at 5th international climate change adaptation conference, Cape Town, South Africa.
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Boogaard, F, de Lima, R, De Graaf-Van Dinther, R & Setyorini, D 2018, 'Innovative approaches in monitoring rapidly changing environments in different socio-economic contexts around the globe' Paper presented at 5th international climate change adaptation conference, Cape Town, South Africa, 18/06/18 - 21/06/18, .

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2018. Paper presented at 5th international climate change adaptation conference, Cape Town, South Africa.

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