Groundwater and Dependent Ecosystems: New Scientific and Technological Basis for Assessing Climate Change and Land-use Impacts on Groundwater (GENESIS).

The GENESIS project (Contract number: 226536) is funded under the thematic area Environment (including Climate Change) of the Seventh Framework Programme of the European Community for research, technological development and demonstration activities (2007-2013).

Total Cost: 9.170.600 €

EC Contribution: 6.997.200 €

Duration: 60 months (start 1. April 2009)

Consortium: 25 partners from 17 countries

Project Coordinator: Prof. Bjørn KløveNorwegian Institute for Agricultural and Environmental Research (Bioforsk), NORWAY






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Genesis karusell 2 Bogucice.jpg

Genesis karusell 1 Model wetlands Bitterfeld.jpg

Genesis Karusell 4 Kromme_Rijn_4.jpg

Genesis Karusell 5 Koycegiz_dalyan.jpg

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Genesis karusell 7 Piacenza 11Fontanile.jpg

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Czestochowa, Poland. Photo by G. Malina et al

Niepolomice Forest in Bogucice, Poland.

Model of wetlands, Bitterfeld, Germany.

Kromme Rijn, The Netherlands.

Köyceğiz-Dalyan Coastal Lagoon, Turkey.

Murtal Aquifer, Austria.

Rokua-Hailuoto esker, Finland.

Fontanili (semi-natural spring) in Capralba, Italy.

Vosvozis river basin, Greece. Photo by Vassilios Pisinaras.

Tsanfleuron, Switzerland.