Achievements report on open interdisciplinary case studies highlighting the common operation of networks

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D4.2 Achievements report on open interdisciplinary case studies highlighting the common operation of networks
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Project ENVRIplus
Deliverable nr D4.2
Submission date 2019-04-28
Type White paper

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It is widely recognized that Europe and the world is undergoing a period of profound ecosystem changes and that climate change and global change still remain the most difficult societal challenges to confront. Environmental Research infrastructure (ERIs) provides all necessary instruments and tools for scientists in their quest for understanding the underlying principles of the global change and its effects. However, the societal needs do not only require answers to the why, but also needs answers to how to solve these problems. New challenges require new perspectives to be taken, and hence adapting and adjusting the infrastructures related. This is especially the case in the field of environment and climate related aspects. The purpose of this white paper is to identify ERIs reforms and investments that will deliver these aspirations. In other words build bridges across networks of observatories and determine how emerging environmental research questions can benefit from these new interactions and synergies using concrete and representative showcases. The paper reveals the need for more improvement of ERIs linkages and coordination alongside scientific communities synergies to actively mitigate the risk of reactive nitrogen on ecosystem system services, monitoring stressors with the level of accuracy and temporal frequency (cf. O3) and finaly enhance spatial coverage of current infrastructure to better assess and understand the state of methane sources in the Arctic regions and its influence on global warming.

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