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  • Konferenzbeitrag
    GIS and Cumulative Risk Analysis to Address Environmental Contamination
    (Sh@ring – EnviroInfo 2004, 2004) MacDonell, Margaret; Morgan, Ken
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    Involving Stakeholders and Tailoring Environmental Databases for Shared Analysis of a Contaminated Site
    (Sh@ring – EnviroInfo 2004, 2004) Grogan, Helen; Till, John; Meyer, Kathleen; Mohler, Justin
  • Konferenzbeitrag
    Web services in the contexts of EEA and GBIF
    (Sh@ring – EnviroInfo 2004, 2004) Badescu, Miruna
    The requirements for data collection applications grew significantly over the last few years so nowadays they are oriented towards having the data indexed and catalogued by all kinds of Web applications and engines, regardless on the platform or technology used. Since many systems are reengineered or even replaced after some time, as result of the emerging tools and standards, it is important not to embrace dedicated ways of storing information or communicating with other applications, but to rely on harmonised data description, protocols and data exchanging standards.
  • Konferenzbeitrag
    International Cooperation to Reduce and Eliminate Obsolete Persistent Organic Pollutants in Russia
    (Sh@ring – EnviroInfo 2004, 2004) Dyer, Robert; Barnes, Eleonora; Habegger, Loren; MacDonell, Margaret
  • Konferenzbeitrag
    MERCURY: New Problems for an Old Pollutant
    (Sh@ring – EnviroInfo 2004, 2004) Newland, Leo
    An increase in the number of health advisories for mercury, especially with regard to consumption of fish and fish products, has created new concerns for human health. The problem is most acute in certain populations (pregnant women, children, etc.) and provides a basis for the limiting of fish consumption. Data show a greater than 30% increase in the number of mercury advisories/bans in the last ten years.
  • Konferenzbeitrag
    Workflow support of corporate environmental communication and reporting
    (Sh@ring – EnviroInfo 2004, 2004) Hřebíček, Jiří; Kokrment, Lukáš; Ráček, Jaroslav
    In this paper environmental communication and environmental and sustainability corporate reporting is discussed , which are tools to communicate a company’s (environmental) performance, demonstrate its management systems, present its responsibility, etc. Some new trends in this area are described , which are obvious nowadays . These new trends are mainly the Internet and cross-media reporting, customization and standardization. Some benefits of corporate reporting for organizations that decide to adopt its principles are also mentioned. In the second part of this paper XML language as a proper solution for the presented trends in corporate reporting and proposed ICT infrastructure for the corporate reporting system is presented. Corporate reporting should be seen as a complex system that is open and dynamically develops according to how a company’s environmental regulations and (environmental) management systems are adopted. Corporate reporting enables the providing of information to the general public, cooperation with the business sphere and national reporting via the World Wide Web. The current requirements of corporate reporting are the main driving force for the implementation of management systems.
  • Konferenzbeitrag
    Challenging environmental reporting: from a reporting to an information system
    (Sh@ring – EnviroInfo 2004, 2004) Jensen, Stefan; Norup, Bjarne; Martin, Jock
    The paper starts out by reflecting on the various elements, which describe the current problematic as well as the areas to be addressed in future. The way forward shall lead to a significant streamlining of international reporting of data on the environment. During the next years the European Commission, the EEA and its member states will work towards a common understanding among them and the European conventions on the roadmap towards report once but use by many and for many purposes.
  • Konferenzbeitrag
    Towards systematic data quality management in EIONET
    (Sh@ring – EnviroInfo 2004, 2004) Peifer, Hermann
  • Konferenzbeitrag
    A Thematic Perspective from the National Biological Information Infrastructure
    (Sh@ring – EnviroInfo 2004, 2004) Frame, Michael T.; Cotter, Gladys A.
  • Konferenzbeitrag
    Introduction to the Ecoinformatics Initaitive
    (Sh@ring – EnviroInfo 2004, 2004) Jensen, Stefan; Fitzwater, Larry
    This presentation serves as an introduction to a series of 4 sessions which turn to selected aspects of Ecoinformatics cooperation issues: reporting and information systems, data-exchange networks, environmental web services and elements of the European spatial data infrastructure.