In this section of FAIWAYiS we identify, evaluate and further develop transparent agri-environmental indicators to monitor and assess the impact of measures and good practices on drinking water quality. Appropriate monitoring tools are needed to help develop and implement governance models to preserve the quality of drinking water resources. Here we:
- review, select and prioritize pressure agri-drinking water quality indicators on farm level;
- review, select and prioritize state and impact agri-drinking water quality indicators, including IT/sensor techniques for participative monitoring by farmers and citizens;
- develop a database containing all the data necessary to compute selected indicators in the case studies and to compile a harmonized dataset on pesticide and fertiliser contamination of drinking water resources.
Note: The extensive information given here is complete scientific results of the FAIRWAY project, as presented in the project deliverables. Deliverables are being written and added to the website throughout the period of the project, until it ends in November 2021. The availablility of and access to the scientific results is indicated in the introductions to each section
Restricted access (for project partners only, to allow authors time to publish their results)
Not available yet (the research is still underway)
Database containing harmonized dataset [D3.3] Restricted access