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W12: ICT Tools For Environmental And Human Risk Assessment

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Description

Environmental and Human Risk Assessment (EcoHumRA) is a complex process of assessing the influence of human activities on ecosystem duality and vice versa. The endpoint of EcoHumRA is a prospective or retrospective assessment of stress factors influence (chemical contaminants, anthropogenic interventions or natural disasters) on ecosystems and their parts. Monitoring and collecting of available information as the source data for EcoHumRA is a key part of the process for the assessor. The availability and quality of input data determines the complexity and feasibility of the process. In the problem description phase it is possible to use public available high-quality data from on-line Internet databases and web services, e.g. toxicological properties of chemicals, GIS characteristics and maps and so on. iEMSs 2008 will work to summarize the EcoHumRA methodology, provide basic overview of information and communication technologies (ICT) used in EcoHumRA, show available Internet databases and software used in EcoHumRA and, in the practical part of this work, introduce appropriate software applications used during this process.

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Description

Environmental and Human Risk Assessment (EcoHumRA) is a complex process of assessing the influence of human activities on ecosystem duality and vice versa. The endpoint of EcoHumRA is a prospective or retrospective assessment of stress factors influence (chemical contaminants, anthropogenic interventions or natural disasters) on ecosystems and their parts. Monitoring and collecting of available information as the source data for EcoHumRA is a key part of the process for the assessor. The availability and quality of input data determines the complexity and feasibility of the process. In the problem description phase it is possible to use public available high-quality data from on-line Internet databases and web services, e.g. toxicological properties of chemicals, GIS characteristics and maps and so on. iEMSs 2008 will work to summarize the EcoHumRA methodology, provide basic overview of information and communication technologies (ICT) used in EcoHumRA, show available Internet databases and software used in EcoHumRA and, in the practical part of this work, introduce appropriate software applications used during this process.

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