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... from the DESIRE Project at the European Geosciences Union 2012 Annual Conference
 

 

The DESIRE Project has helped dryland stakeholders around the world to choose and trial new approaches and technologies for sustainable land management and also has many new results to share with the scientific community. On Thursday 26 April 2012, the science was represented at the annual European Geosciences Union conference in Vienna in

 

Session SSS6.10: Combat desertification and soil degradation in arid and humid environments and assess impacts on ecosystem services - approaches and solutions.

 

There were three sub-topics:

  1. Approaches and solutions in desertification mitigation;
  2. Impacts of soil and water conservation measures and ecosystem services;
  3. Combating soil degradation in humid and sub-humid environments.

 

See also EGU website for all presentation abstracts

# Article Title
1 From framework to action: the DESIRE approach to combat desertification
2 Using internet technology to inform researchers, policy makers and other stakeholders about sustainable land management in drylands: experience from a large interdisciplinary and international project
3 How knowledge influences a MCDM analysis: WOCAT Portuguese experience on prevention of forest fires
4 WOCAT mapping, GIS and the Góis municipality
5 Soil and water conservation strategies and impact on sustainable livelihood in Cape Verde – case study of Ribeira Seca watershed
6 Hillslope evolution in Tabernas badlands (SE Spain) since 1995. Erosion pins and laser scanner measurements
7 The use of PESERA modelling to guide the choice of Soil and Water Conservation strategies
8 PESERA model application in the Portuguese study areas: Góis and Mação
9 Assessment and mapping of desertification sensitivity in an insular sahelian mountain region – case study of the Ribeira Seca Watershed, Cape Verde
10 Strategy of irrigation branch in Russia
 
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Acknowledgement

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The DESIRE project was 
co-funded by the
European Commission,
Global Change and
Ecosystem.
Contract no: 037046 GOCE

DESIRE brought together the expertise of
26 international research institutes
and non-governmental organisations.

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