This course section provides learning material for capacity building of stakeholders for the MEDSAL Project©. Part of the material supported the summer school on "Innovative Techniques to monitor, model and prevent groundwater salinization" (ITEMS) held
from 27th to 30th June 2022, hosted at the Polytechnic University of Bari (Bari – Italy).
MEDSAL “Salinization of critical groundwater reserves in coastal Mediterranean areas: Identification, Risk Assessment, and Sustainable Management with the use of integrated modeling and smart ICT tools”, aims to secure
the availability and quality of groundwater reserves improving the identification, detection, classification, modeling, and risk assessment of salinization in Mediterranean coastal areas. It involves 7 partners (SWRI, CERTH, CUT, FST, POLIBA,
MEU, and THL) from 6 countries (Greece, Cyprus, Tunisia, Italy, Turkey and Germany) with activities of monitoring, sampling, analysis, modeling in 5 sites (Rhodope – Greece, Samos – Greece, Bouficha – Tunisia, Salento – Italy and Tarsus – Turkey).
MEDSAL Project © is part of the PRIMA Programme, supported by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme.
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