Special Issue STOTEN River Basin
07 September 2018
After four years of project, GLOBAQUA is publishing a second Special Issue that will be released soon in STOTEN with those contributions (among others) presented in the GLOBAQUA Workshop held in Barcelona, Spain, in November 2017. The workshop focused on chemical stressors, biological quality under multiple stressors, bridging chemical exposure with risks and modelling, monitoring and management, which are the main topics of the GLOBAQUA project and also of the STOTEN Special Issue. In this STOTEN Virtual Special Issue (A reconnaissance of trace organic compounds and metals in GLOBAQUA river basins: Effects on ecosystems and risk assessment), Damià Barceló is the overseeing guest editor, and Antoni Ginebreda and Marianne Köck are invited guest editors.
GLOBAQUA success story
07 September 2018
On Friday, July 6th 2018, Janja Vrzel successfully defended her doctoral dissertation “Surface-Groundwater Interactions in the Ljubljansko Polje Aquifer System (Slovenia)” at the Jožef Stefan International Postgraduate School in Ljubljana, Slovenia.
4th GLOBAQUA annual meeting
18 April 2018
The 4th GLOBAQUA Annual meeting was held in Belgrade (Serbia) from the 16th to the 17th of April 2018. The whole consortium met to discuss the progress and the future plans.
More information on the outcomes
Check out our factsheets!
18 April 2018
GLOBAQUA factsheets are now available for policy makers and river basin managers interested in multiplestressor mechanisms in European freshwater systems and in bridging EU water policy and scientific results. They provide an effective summary of the activities performed and results obtained by GLOBAQUA with special attention to key outcomes and policy recommendations. All the factsheets have been merged together in a communicative brochure which will be presented at the final conference and distributed among stakeholders.
GLOBAQUA disembarks in Canada
16 April 2018
Damià Barceló (IDAEA-CSIC) is going to give a talk as invited speaker at the 7th Water Resources Engineering Graduate Student Research Symposium, which will be held at the Université de Sherbrooke (Canada) on 2 to 3 May 2018.
GLOBAQUA and the revision of the WFD
26 March 2018
IMPERIAL team is engaging actively with the councils involved in the revision of the WFD. For more information see the Exploratory note “Working on the Water Framework Directive” that shows the influence of GLOBAQUA in this revision.
GLOBAQUA at Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
23 October 2017
Damià Barceló (IDAEA-CSIC) gave a lecture about GLOBAQUA at the chemistry institute of Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, in Porto Alegre (Brazil).
GLOBAQUA landing to MARS
08 September 2017
It is with great pleasure that we announce the establishing of an important partnership with MARS. The two projects share similar aims but while MARS is finishing quite soon, GLOBAQUA will last until 2019. For this reason, it was agreed that GLOBAQUA could build on MARS experiences to streamlining results presentation and dissemination of both projects. The agreement includes specific actions like merging the projects’ stakeholder contact lists to broaden groups, work together for the development of the Freshwater Information Platform sharing project updates and case studies data, ensure a co-validation of the key final products (i.e. guidance for River Basin Managers) by both Consortia.
GLOBAQUA at CEST2017
31 August 2017
Nick Voulvoulis (IMPERIAL) is an invited keynote speaker at the 15th International Conference on Environmental Science and Technology (CEST2017), which will be held in Rhodes (Greece) from 31st August to 2nd September 2017. His talk is entitled "Enabling science to deliver change". In addition, three more talks from GLOBAQUA will be presented. Theodoros Giakoumis (IMPERIAL) will make a presentation about "Progress with the WFD implementation in five European basins: Significant differences but similar problems", Iman Hayat Mohamad Ibrahim (IMPERIAL) will give a talk entitled "Managing Diffuse Water Pollution from Agriculture through Integrated Catchment Management in the Age of Uncertainty: Experiences in East Anglia", and Norfaradila Jaafar (IMPERIAL) will present the work about "Prioritizing and Ranking of Antibiotics for Monitoring in Municipal Wastewater".
GLOBAQUA presenting research on the WFD implementation
05 July 2017
In preparation of the WFD 2019 review, the European Environment and Sustainable Development Advisory Councils (EEAC) invited Nick Voulvoulis (IMPERIAL) to present findings from his research on the WFD implementation. The hearing took place in Brussels on 5 July 2017, under the theme "Taking stock of our waters and its future: discussing the Water Framework Directive in prelude to its 2019 review". Nick also participated in a panel debate that followed between the representatives of the advisory councils. More information
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