Assessment of waterborne pathogens in drinking water ressources under the influence of climate change

Datum objave: 14.04.2011

Kategorija: Aktualno na Univerzi

eE+E environmental Engineering+Ecology Ruhr-University Bochum

Assessment of waterborne pathogens in drinking water ressources under the influence of climate change

Contact Person

BORGMANN, Andreas (Dipl.-Ing.)
Scientist
eE+E environmental Engineering+Ecology Ruhr-University Bochum

http://www.rub.de/ecology
Contact
Telephone: +49-234-3227995
Fax: +49-234-3214701

Collaboration

Project Proposal


Title: Assessment of waterborne pathogens in drinking water ressources under the influence of climate change

Type Details: Environmental Engineering + Ecology (eE+E) has a large expert knowledge in the field of environmental planning and the assessment of waste water.

In an 7. FP project eE+E can cover the following topics:

- Analysing of sources and pathways of waterborne pathogens,
- Risk model including land use, water ressources, water treatment areas, waterworks and pointsources
- Measures for waterworks (operating conditions, processing technology, desinfections)
- Visualisation of the results with GIS (atlas with maps and web gis)


Programme (Collaboration EU R&D): FP7-ENVIRONMENT


Expiry Date: 2012-02-13

Workprogramme area(s)


(FP7-ENVIRONMENT ENV-2.1.1) Integrated Resource Management


(FP7-ENVIRONMENT ENV-2.1.2) Water resources


(FP7-ENVIRONMENT ENV-3.1.1) Water


(FP7-ENVIRONMENT ENV-2009.1.2.1.1) Climate change and water related health issues in Europe


(FP7-ENVIRONMENT ENV-2009.1.1.5.2) Climate induced changes in water resources in southern Europe and neighbouring countries as a threat to security


(FP7-ENVIRONMENT ENV.2007.1.2.3.1.) ERA-NET for environment and health



Target Partner


Organisation Details

eE+E environmental Engineering+Ecology Ruhr-University Bochum

Name: eE+E environmental Engineering+Ecology Ruhr-University Bochum

Region: NORDRHEIN-WESTFALEN
ARNSBERG
Bochum, Kreisfreie Stadt

Address: eE+E environmental Engineering+Ecology
Prof. Dr. Harro Stolpe
Faculty of Civil Engineering
Ruhr-University

Bochum   44780 GERMANY


Type: Research; Education

Number of Employees: 10 - 49

Keywords: water ressources;waterborne pathogens;bacteria ;parasites;vulnerability;land use



RCN: 74668

Quality Validation Date: 2011-02-21

Update Date: 2011-02-21