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Highlights of the project "Environmental and climatic data management (EKAN)" are presented. The project started at the end of 2001 and involves the development of Electronic Management System for Environmentally and Climatically Sensitive Data (ESD). Several user departments (agricultural, forestry and climatic data) need managing of environmental and climatic related data in their projects. To maintain a sustainable environment, environmental and climatic data had to be stored and shared with relevant project partners. For eco-simulation, climatic and environmental parameters such as precipitation, air humidity, tree line, etc. are essential. To analyze the impact of climate change on ecosystems it is necessary to store data on the changes of the ecological object such as trees, changes in water level and land use. Project goal was to make an integrated and easily operable system, which should be user friendly. The project ended with the system already operational and the first version of the system became available to the users. The former version of the system was only accessible on the web-site to users. The new version is working in stand alone mode. (orig.) With 87 refs., 1 fig.
Acquisition of problems that may disturb the quality of water in drinking water storage locations had been investigated to find the causes of these problems and to make the interventions that would stop these types of problems. In the first step of the investigation of the problem, a questionnaire was given to the employees at the water treatment plant in Tintic and the over 80 people who answered the questionnaire were asked to give their personal, general and complete information about the problem. As a result of the investigation, 19 answers were received from the employees and the information that they sent to the water quality specialist. Reasons for the problem were found as leaks in the pressure tank, broken manhole, broken steel pipe, and pipe leak as well as environmental pollution sources (for example, sediment, sand, soil, aerator, etc.) that have been found to the water storage tanks. To stop the charged problems in the drinking water storage locations, five types of interventions were determined as the most appropriate interventions other than the procedures that are carried out routinely (for example, cleaning the top of the tank, filling the tank with clean water, installing valves, etc.). The most appropriate interventions were: d2c66b5586