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data storage, EUGRIS

environmental data storage is the process of managing environmental data so that it can be extracted and used in the most efficient manner.

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erosion, EUGRIS

the wearing away of land surface by wind or water, intensified by land-clearing practices related to farming, residential or industrial development, road building, or logging. (Source: EUGRIS)


European Groundwater and Contaminated Land Information System.

excavation, EUGRIS
processes for the removal of soil and other solid material from the ground prior to disposal or ex situ treatment.(Source: EUGRIS)
groundwater protection, EUGRIS

groundwater protection describes the management processes by which groundwater quality and resources are protected against pollution and over-exploitation. (Source: EUGRIS)

hydrogeology, EUGRIS

is the area of geology that deals with the distribution and movement of groundwater in the soil and rocks of the Earth's crust, (commonly in aquifers). The term geohydrology is often used interchangeably. Some make the minor distinction between a hydrologist or engineer applying themselves to geology (geohydrology), and a geologist applying themselves to hydrology (hydrogeology). (Source: Wikipedia)

EUGRIS defines hydrogeology as the study of the geological factors relating to the subsurface waters.

industrial water, EUGRIS

water used by industry. Industrial water quality do not necessarily meet the drinking water or tapwater quality parameters. (Source: EUGRIS)

integrated water resources management, EUGRIS

a philosophy that prescribes a code of practice for ensuring that environmental considerations for water resources are fully integrated into all stages of the development process in order to achieve a desirable balance between conservation and development. (Source: EUGRIS)

nitroaromatics, EUGRIS

nitroaromatics are carcinogenic and mutagenic aromatic substances, that are typical contaminants of contaminated military sites, e.g. 2,4,6-Trinitrotoluene (TNT), 2,4-Dinitrotoluene (DNT), 1,3,5-trinitro-1,3,5-triazine (also known as RDX), cyclotetramethylene tetranitramine (also known as HMX), some pesticides (atrazine), and a number of anilines. (Source: EUGRIS)

risk benefit analysis, EUGRIS

risk-benefit analysis is the comparison of the risk of a situation to its related benefits. (Source: EUGRIS)

soil quality, EUGRIS
description of the physical, chemical and biological properties of a soil. (Source: EUGRIS)
soil, EUGRIS

soil is generally defined as the top layer of the earth’s crust. It is formed by mineral particles, organic matter, water, air and living organisms. Soil is the interface between the earth (geosphere), the air (atmosphere) and the water (hydrosphere). While soil is the physical upper layer of what is usually referred to as “land”, the concept of “land” is much wider and includes territorial and spatial dimensions. It is difficult to separate soil from its land context. (Source: EUGRIS)