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The 21st International Conference on “Informatics for Environmental Protection” is organized by: Systems Research Institute, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland and Expert Committee 4.6 “Informatics in Environmental Protection” of the German Informatics Society (GI).

In the first volume we collected the papers on methods, tools, technologies, best practices and case studies. They are organized according to the conference topics: knowledge and information management ; systems analysis in environmental engineering and environmental informatics ; decision support information systems for optimization and control of environmental processes ; environmental engineering and environmental informatics with respect to health protection ; emergencies and disaster management ; e-society and environmental protection ; mathematical modeling and computer simulation methods and algorithms ; trends in environmental information and geographical information systems ; monitoring, transmission and visualization systems ; economical aspects related to environmental informatics ; application of environmental informatics: practical cases ; risk assessment and risk management ; presentation of software exhibits.

Apart from reviewed papers, in the first there is also a collection of invited papers by our plenary speakers. We would like to thank for their important input and valuable knowledge which they share during their lectures.

The second volume contains papers from several workshop accompanying the conference: which system do we mean? – the challenge to bridge multidisciplinary in environmental informatics ; environmental information for public ; EcoInforma Symposium: integrating information for health and environmental protection ; seamless access to environmental information in the EU – building an integrated information space for the environment ; visegrad workshop: the role of ICT in the process of development of eGovernment services in environment ; ranking methods with the emphasis on partially ordered sets ; integrated modeling of air pollution for Poland ; SEDINE-the mappings.

Contents volume I:

Plenary presentations

1. O. Hryniewicz, Z. Nahorski “Applications of systems analysis in solving problems related to environment”

2. M. Nagy-Rothengass, M. Schouppe “Information and communication technologies for sustainable growth: future challenges”

3. T. Pick “From Årthus to inspire: putting environmental information on the map”

4. L. M. Hilty “CO2 reduction with ICT: prospects and barriers”

5. A.E. Rizzoli [et al.] “Delivering environmental knowledge: a semantic approach”

Knowledge and information management

6. T. Vögele, M. Klenke, F. Kruse “Matadata creation and management of distributed data catalogs with PortalU® and InGrid®1.1”

7. Y-C. Chu [et al.] “An ontology-driven approach for harmonizing and integrating environmental information”

8. R. Isenmann [et al.] “Using internet technologies and services for sustainability reporting: research initiative, agenda, early results”

9. A. Drefahl “Extraction and application of environmentally relevant chemical information from the thermoML archive”

10. H-K. Arndt, H. Graubitz, R. Klesinski “Sustainability reporting topic maps: an approach to support stakeholder inclusiveness”

11. P. Kutschera, S. Ecker, G. Schimak “Source system integration using the framework for ORCHESTRA services”

12. R. Krause “Development of a very flexible web based database systems for environmental research”

13. H. Brito, J. Stachura, J. Souza “W web-based system to support e-collaboration in the design and construction of environmental models”

14. G. Dösinger, K. Riekert “Knowledge Sharing & Transfer – international methodology and experiences”

15. J. Jochims, W-F. Riekert “SNS-navigator: a graphical interface to environmental meta-information”

16. B. Gschwind [et al. ]”Test of several approaches for the composition of web services in meteorology”

17. B. Gschwind [et al.] “A proposal for a thesaurus for web services in solar radiation”

Systems Analysis in Environmental Engineering and Environmental Informatics

18. B. Krüger ” Calculations of the energy consumption for water heating in households on the basis of publicly available data”

19. J. Hrebicek, D. Nemethova, J. Racek “Proposal of interoperability framework of the Czech Republic in environmental information exchange”

20. J. Wittmann „A software architecture for the cooperation project HADU: (Hamburg’s Dynamical Geological Underground)”

21. M. Osuch, R. Romanowicz, J. Napiorkowski „Dispersion processes in wetlands - application of data based mechanistic and transient storage models”

22. A. Kiczko, R. Romanowicz, J. Napiorkowski „A study of flow conditions aimed at preserving valuable wetland areas in the upper narew valley using GSA-GLUE methodology”

23. J. Studzinski, L. Bogdan „Application of kriging algorithms for environmental and engineering parameters approximation”

24. J. Łomotowski, M. Kęszycka „A method for rapid characterization the algae size with laser granulometer”

25. M. Stadler [et al.] „The adaptive fridge – comparing different control schemes for enhancing load shifting of electricity demand”

26. G. Petriczek, J. Hołubiec „Modelling water quality management”

Decision Support Information Systems for Optimization and Control of Environmental Processes

27. D. Pimpisut [et al.] „An environmental management information system for eco-efficiency of agro-industries in Thailand based on material flow networks”

28. R. Vujadinovic, D. Nikolic „Innovated model REPAS for calculation of CO2  emission from passenger cars in developing countries”

29. A. Röder [et al.] „Integration of the forest growth simulator SILVA in practical forest management”

30. F. Leveillard [et al.] „Cleaner production method applied to surface finishing workshop”

31. V. Antoni [et al.] „The French information system on soils: a decision support system for soil inventory, monitoring and management”

32. E. Weihs, S. Marzelli „Methodological basis for information management – the DIAMONT database for indikators, data and instruments as a contribution to the alpine convention”

33. M. Schmidt, H. Lambrecht, A. Möller “Optimisation approaches in material flow models of manufacturing systems”

34. I. Rojek „Design methodology of a decision support system for the city’s water supply and sewage system”

Environmental Engineering and Environmental Informatics with Respect to Health Protection

35. A. Ranzi „An environmental-health information system for exposure assessment of population living in areas with incinerators and industrial plants”

36. S. Trausan-Matu, K. Karatzas, C. Chiru „Environmental information perception, analysis and communication with the aid of natural language processing”

37. S. Trinca „Indicators of waste exposure in an area of campania (Southern Italy) characterized by numerous dumping sites”

Emergencies and Disaster Management

38. U. Rueppel, A. Wagenknrecht „Integrating decision support applications in computer based emergency management processes”

39. A. Ziółkowski, J.W. Owsiński „Emergency procedures with linguistic parameter definitions”

e-Society and Environmental Protection

40. P. Fischer-Stabel [et al.] „ Functional and technical requirements for a regional environmental information system”

41. R-L. Hahtala [et al.] „ The waste prevention kit for education, enterprises and households (WastePrevKit)”

42. L. Bogdan, A. Straszak, J. Studziński „Systems integrated eco-info-techno solutions for Poland”

Mathematical Modeling and Computer Simulation Methods and Algorithms

43. S. Wei, A. Gnauck „Game theory based water quality models for reservoir management”

44. C. Horner [et al.] „Modelling assessment of an in situ oxygen sparging remediation of an ammonium contamination - pilot plant BIOXWAND Berlin”

45. P. Nowak, M. Romaniuk „Pricing financial instruments derivatives inspired by Kyoto Protocol”

46. T. Ermolieva [et al.] „Integrated model-based decision support for management of weather-related agricultural losses”

47. I. Pál [et al.] “Automatical extraction of the forest inventory parameters on laser scanning data using mathematical methods”

48. J. Murillo [et al.] „A mathematical model for numerical simulation of shallow water flow: description and practical application of GUAD|2D”

49. A. Ivanovska [et al.] „Studying the presence of genetically modified variants in organic oilseed rape by using relational data mining”

50. I. Pál “Numerical methods for the detection of whirlwind (Cyclone, Tornado, Hurricane) on satellite data”

Trends in Environmental Information and Geographical Information Systems

51. A. Veršič “Transmission of spatial data through web services (web map service and web feature service) based on geographical information systems”

52. G. Amadore, L. Viarengo „The management of hydrological cycle in piedmont region. the experience of SIRI”

53. I. Ruzic, J. Pecar-Ilic „ A method for high precision coordinate transformation in environmental GIS applications”

54. S. Mori, S. Koike,T. Ishida “An analysis of regional energy demand and an assessment of potential CO2  emission reduction in Japan using GIS”

55. N. Thinh [et al.] „Extending GIS-Functionality for the analysis of 3D data in landscape ecology – a comparison of different approaches”

56. P. Mooney, A.C. Winstanley “Improving environmental research data management”

57. M. Matthias; P. Jahnke, J.Eiblmaier “Migrating to modern web technologies - experiences in Re-designing a substance retrieval systems”

58. F. Grüning, M. Uslar „Annotating and integrating legacy RDBMSs for the utility domain”

59. H. Storch, B.A. Tuan, M. Schmidt “Spatial information management for megacity research in Asia”

Monitoring, Transmission and Visualization Systems

60. C. Heidmann, J. Kohlus „NOKIS - information infrastructure for the North and Baltic Sea”

61. J. Wittmann „Basic considerations on using visualization and fuzzy methods to generate 3D-models from different geological data sources”

62. C. Kollmitzer [et al.] „New methods including picture processing for hydro-meteorological On-Line data acquisition”

63. P. Baumann „Status and prospects in Geo Raster Service Standardization”

64. B. Toutain [et al.] „Interactive web mapping and monitoring of soil properties. a case study in France”

65. Z. Kubiak, A. Urbaniak „Embedded systems in distributed measuring network”

Economical Aspects Related to Environmental Informatics

66. B. Funk, A. Möller, P. Niemeyer “Integration of risk-oriented environmental management information systems and resource planning systems”

67. P. Bartoszczuk „Drinking water pricing and consumption. The environmetrical evaluation of the situation in Poland”

68. J. Gadomski, Z. Nahorski „Impact of the pollution emission Limits on technological structure of production. a modelling approach1”

Application of Environmental Informatics: Practical Cases

69. U. Rueppel, P. Goebel “Semiautomatic verification of groundwater measured data”

70. J. Görmer, H. Lessing „Integration of standardized geographical data in the Detectino® Project”

71. G. Knetsch, E. Weihs „Web-Services as an instrument for data retrieval and data mapping - The DIOXIN-POP database of Germany”

72. F. Hosenfeld, D. Kuhn „Automatic transformation and harmonizing of soil data via digital translation keys”

73. H.F. Wedde [et al.] „ A technical and distributed management basis for an environmentally clean and sustainable energy supply”

74. Y-Ch. Chu „A multi-layered system architecture for environmental monitoring data management – Taiwan’s Experience”

75. J. Kiesel, K.O. Wenkel “Spatial generalization methods based on the moving window approach and their applications on landscape analysis”

76. J. Jarkovsky [et al.] „Data analysis and processing of biomonitoring data in the arrow project for the evaluation of ecological state of surface waters in the Czech Republic according to WFD EU”

77. K.O. Wenkel, W. Mirschel “Model-Based-Climate change impact assessment for agriculture in North-East German Moraine Landscapes – What We Have Learned ?”

Risk Assessment and Risk Management

78. L. Maurer [et al.] „Data mining as tool for protection against avalanches and landslides”

79. A. Susini [et al.] „Cartography of automated environmental technological risks by means of GIS risk-register, the examples of Geneva, “Geneva Risk” and Zurich "Chemrisk"

80. M. Schmieder, T. Usländer, J. Fischer “Framework for the development of environmental risk management services according to the ORCHESTRA architecture”

81.C. Alegre, R. Perezr „WIN: a new service oriented architecture for risk management”

82. N.X. Thinh, R. Vogel “Application of the analytic hierarchy process in the multiple criteria decision analysis of retention areas for flood risk management”


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