By G. Stournaras (auth.), Nicolaos Lambrakis, George Stournaras, Konstantina Katsanou (eds.)
The booklet specializes in the administration of the aquatic atmosphere. it's aimed toward scientists, scholars, governmental officers and experts facing groundwater and atmosphere. Its major aim is to notify the reader of rules, wisdom and adventure when it comes to a sustainable aquatic atmosphere. the most issues are as follows: Water our bodies and Ecosystems; weather swap and Water our bodies; Water caliber and agriculture; interplay of floor and floor waters; Karst Hydrogeology; non-stop Media Hydrogeology; Fissured Rocks Hydrogeology; Hydrochemistry; Geothermics and thermal waters; The position of water in building tasks; Hydrology
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Being a part of the abiotic environment, the solar energy created the second bridge between the two worlds, after water, the photosynthesis procedure, the transformation of inorganic matter to organic. The structure of an inorganic molecule is solid and it is maintained by a cohesion forces in the surface. The structure of an organic molecule is cellular, it is consisted by real molecules but the disconnection is easier, due to the most mobile nature of the given elements. Although the discussed differentiations exist, the molecular chemical combinations seem the same in both cases.
The water maintains another bridge between the two worlds, the photosynthesis, which means transformation of inorganic (abiotic) groundwater ecology matter to organic (biotic) one. The water keeps the essential role within the relation between the life and the environment: land uses (the water is definitive for each land use), natural resources (the water is itself an essential resource, and a determinate factor for 12 G. Stournaras the genesis, evolution and use of all natural resources), sub products disposal (the water is the final receiver of all waste sub products of the natural and human activities).
This study established an environmental information system in combination with an eco-environmental vulnerability assessment method using Analytical Hierarchy Process and GIS tools in order to reveal areas of possible threats for protected species of Natura 2000 sites due to a hydraulic technical project construction. Using the proposed methodology it became possible to assess and map the expected ecological impacts on endangered species of a Natura 2000 site, due to the technical project activities at the construction and operation phase of Akropotamos dam (Kavala, Greece).
Advances in the Research of Aquatic Environment: Volume 1 by G. Stournaras (auth.), Nicolaos Lambrakis, George Stournaras, Konstantina Katsanou (eds.)