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Eutrophication problems, causes and potential solutions, and exchange of reusable model building components for the integrated simulation of coastal eutrophication. ISECA Final Report D3.2
de Kok, J.-L.; Poelmans, L.; Van Esch, L.; Uljee, I.; Engelen, G.; Veldeman, N. (2014). Eutrophication problems, causes and potential solutions, and exchange of reusable model building components for the integrated simulation of coastal eutrophication. ISECA Final Report D3.2. Ref.: 2014/Unit Environmental modelling (RMA)/R/136. Unit Environmental Modelling, Flemish Institute for Technological Research (VITO): Mol. 43 + Annexes pp.

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  • de Kok, J.-L.
  • Poelmans, L.
  • Van Esch, L.
  • Uljee, I.
  • Engelen, G.
  • Veldeman, N.

Abstract
    This report summarizes the stages of coastal and offshore eutrophication, followed by a description of the European indicators and institutional framework for marine eutrophication assessment. A summary is given of a number of biogeochemical models available to describe the process of eutrophication in the North Sea, and the model for atmospheric inputs which was developed in the ISECA project (see the Action 3 Report – Atmospheric Modelling for more details on this work). Furthermore, the report compares different solutions aimed at reducing the nitrogen inputs from the Scheldt basin, using the nitrogen apportionment model which was developed in the EU-FP6 project SPICOSA (www.spicosa.eu). The report is concluded with a discussion on the principles of component-based modelling and model libraries, using examples for the Scheldt model, and a general discussion on some challenges of modelling marine eutrophication.

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