|Participant number||Short name of participant||Person months per participant|
• To develop a common MEDSAL participatory framework for the sustainable management of coastal aquifer under salinization risk, through specific tools/methods, actions and protocols.
• To develop and operate a public domain web-based GIS Observatory for the Mediterranean coastal aquifers, towards alerting, monitoring and decision-making.
• To facilitate bridging the gap in legal and managerial issues for coastal aquifer management between different Mediterranean countries (EU and non-EU).
Description of work
This WP is dedicated to the development of the holistic MEDSAL Framework, expressed through specific tools; actions; and protocols to be followed towards the sustainable management of coastal groundwater reserves. The envisaged Framework has a clear inter-domain participatory approach, as it aspires to join the technocratic issues with decision making of stakeholders and public participation. To this aim, both pilot and demonstration actions are included.
|T6.1||User and System Requirements of MEDSAL responsive tools||CERTH||CERTH, THL||M16-M18|
|T6.2||Development of MEDSAL web-GIS (UIZ)||THL||SWRI, THL||M18-M26|
|T6.3||Development of MEDSAL mobile app||THL||SWRI, THL||M18-M24|
|T6.4||Harmonization of Legal Framework and Management Issues in Mediterranean||POLIBA||POLIBA, THL, MEU, MGRE, FST||M20-M30|
|T6.5||Development of MEDSAL Framework: monitoring, decision support and integrated management||MEU||ALL||M26-M34|