The DPSIR Framework and a Pressure-Oriented Water Quality Monitoring Approach to Ecological River Restoration

@inproceedings{Song2012TheDF,
  title={The DPSIR Framework and a Pressure-Oriented Water Quality Monitoring Approach to Ecological River Restoration},
  author={Xingqiang Song and Bj{\"o}rn M. Frostell},
  year={2012}
}
Without monitoring anthropogenic pressures on the water environment, it is difficult to set realistic river restoration targets in relation to water quality. Therefore a more holistic approach is needed to systematically explore the links between socio-economic drivers and observed water quality-related impacts on river ecosystems. Using the DPSIR (Drivers-Pressures-State of the Environment-Impacts-Responses) framework, this study linked ecological river restoration with the socio-economic… CONTINUE READING
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