hryniewicz environmental vol2 - Instytut Badań Systemowych Polskiej Akademii Nauk
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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 II:


Which “System” Do We Mean? – The Challenge to Bride Multidisziplinary in Environmental Informatics

1. C. Kaempf „Systems at the interface of multiple disciplines representing environmentally relevant data and concepts”

2. W. Pillmann „Environmental system models from technical models to world models”

3. A. Gnauck „General systems view in ecosystem theory and ecosystem modelling”

4. G. Budin „Semantic systems supporting cross-disciplinary environmental communication”

Environmental Information for Public

5. J. Bronder, C. Klis, J. Długosz „Air quality information service in upper silesia”

6. K.D. Karatzas „State-of-the-art in the dissemination of AQ information to the general public”

7. A. Lohmeyer [et al.] „Short - Term PM10 concentration forecast modelling in the MARQUIS-Service”

8. B. Bohnet, F. Lareau, L. Wanner “Automatic production of multilingual environmental information”

9. D. Nicklaß, N. Bouayad, L. Wanner “Addressee-tailored Interpretation of air quality data”

10. A. Karppinen [et al.] „Pollen: a challenge for environmental information services”

11. N. Bouayad-Agha, L. Wanner “Text planning of air quality information”

12. L. Wanner „Towards new generation environmental information services”

Ecoinforma Symposium: Integrating Information for Health and Environmental Protection

13. A. Grebenkov [et al.] „DECERNS: methodology and software for risk-based land use planning and decision support”

14. F. Hearl „Protecting workers: exposure limits to exposure controls”

15. L. Ries „How to keep the quality chain, work flow-oriented data processing for global atmosphere watch measurement stations”

16. M. MacDonnell „Assessing cumulative risks to guide public exposure levels following disasters”

17. J.A. Shatkin „An adaptive framework for managing nanoscale materials risks”

18. W.B. Andrews, A.L. Young “The history, science and risks of defoliants used in the Vietnam War”

19. C. Narrod, J. Otter, D. Pfeiffer “Using risk analysis to capture the spatial spread of avian influenza, evaluating the cost-effectiveness of alternative control strategies, and assessing the impact on the poor”

20. W.J. Armbruster „Animal diseases and human health: using information networks to guide international policy”

21. C. McLaughlin „Risk assessment, cost-benefit analysis and knowledge management in food safety risk analysis: an economist’s perspective on tools for decision making”

22. K. Morgan „Economic impacts, environmental risks and low impact practices associated with the giant barnett shale natural gas field”

23. M. Bailey [et al.] „Merging old and new: framing technology transfer to improve mercury risk management for artisans and communities”

Seamless Access to Environmental Information Iin the EU - Building an Integrated Information Space for the Environment

24. T. Vögele [et al. ] „PortalU® – a tool to support the implementation of the European Environmental Information Directive”

Visegrad Workshop: The Role of ICT in the Process of Development of E-Government Services in Environment

25. M. Hlavacek, M. Hejc, J. Hrebicek “eGovernment services in environment - automate data quality assessment - Czech Republic Approach”

Ranking Methods with the Emphasis on Partially Ordered Sets

26. R. Brüggemann [et al.] „Partial order concepts in ranking environmental chemicals”

27. K. De Loof [et al.] „ A Lattice-Theoretic approach to computing averaged ranks illustrated on pollution data in Baden-Württemberg”

28. M. Rademaker [et al.] „Directional adjustment of average rankings of two posets: an application to herb layer and moss layer pollution in Baden-Württemberg”

29. P. Sorensen [et al.] „The usefulness of a stochastic approach for multi-criteria selection”

30. J.W. Owsiński, A. Więcław „Finding the odd-man-out in development scoring and classifications”

31. K. Voigt, R. Brüggemann „Data-availability of pharmaceuticals detected in water: an evaluation study by order theory (METEOR)”

32. G. Restrepo [et al. ] „Refrigerants ranked by partial order theory”

33. M. Weckert [et al. ] „Hasse diagram technique – a useful tool for life cycle assessment of refrigerants”

Integrated Modeling of Air Pollution for Polland

34. P. Holnicki „Assessment of environmental impact of emission sources in integrated air quality models”

35. J. Stańczak, P. Holnicki „The optimal strategy of SO2 emission abatement based on evolutionary algorithm”

36. W. Mill, A. Schlama „A modelling and mapping system for impact assessment of atmospheric sulphur and nitrogen deposition on forest ecosystems”

37. J. Cofala [et al. ] „Integrated assessment of air pollution and greenhouse gases mitigation in Europe”

38. A. Wyrwa [et al. ] „Towards an integrated assessment of environmental and human health impact of energy sector in Poland”

39. M. Kryza [et al. ] „Application of the FRAME model for estimation of yearly averaged concentration and deposition of atmospheric pollutants in Poland”


40. W. Blados, G. Cotter, T. Hermann “The science, technology, and research network (STARNET) A searchable thematic compilation of web resources”


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