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Poland 2012

22nd Workshop and 28th Task Force meeting of the ICP M&M National Centre for Emissions Management of the Institute of Environmental Protection (KOBIZE) 16-19 April 2012 Warsaw, Poland

Agenda with links to the presentations

16 17 18 19 April 2013 - Posters

Monday,  16 April 2012

Opening

Welcome 

 

Mrs. Sylwia Wasniewska – Director, KOBiZE

 

Polish emission inventory for the UNECE LRTAP Convention

 

Mr. Bogusław Dębski

 

A retrospective review of the ICP Modelling and Mapping story

 

Wojciech Mill

 

Objectives of the CCE workshop and the meeting of the Task Force on Modelling and Mapping:

 

Jean-Paul Hettelingh and Anne-Christine Le Gall

 

Update on the developments in the UN ECE LRTAP Convention

 

Krzysztof Olendrzynski

 

Topic 1: Call for data: results

NFC response to call for contributions

 

CCE: Jaap Slootweg

 

Swedish NFC - call for data 2011/2012 and progress on critical loads work

 

Karin Hansen

 

Dynamic soil-vegetation modeling of 7 long-term forest monitoring sites in Austria

 

Thomas Dirnböck

 

Modelling and mapping critical loads in the United States: current status and future directions

 

Jason Lynch

 

Environmental effects of emissions reduction in Poland in the last decades

 

Tomasz Pecka

 

Topic 2:  On field measurements, model assessments and regional applications addressing (the N-induced change of) plant species diversity

 

Response of alpine plants and communities to increased nitrogen deposition

 

Erika Hiltbrunner

 

N deposition affects species richness and diversity in Switzerland

 

Lukas Kohli, Tobias Roth, Beat Rihm

 

Potential Species Loss Due to Increased Nitrogen Deposition - Tentative Maps for Selected Swiss Ecosystems

 

Beat Rihm, Lukas Kohli

 

Recent development and progress with ForSAFE-VEG in mountain areas. Potential for use in other countries, parameterization, challenges and possibilities

 

Harald Sverdrup and

 

Salim Belyazid

 

Vegetation endpoints for critical loads estimates of nitrogen

 

Influence of climate change and nitrogen deposition on French forest soil and vegetation : ForSafe Veg predictions 2010-2100

 

Anne Probst

 

Impact of climate changes on forest ecosystems sensitivity to atmospheric deposition of sulphur and nitrogen – the case study for Poland

 

Magdalena Reizer

 

Is biodiversity affected by nutrient nitrogen exceedances in a short or long term?

 

Alessandra de Marco, Maria Francesca Fornasier, Enrico Pisoni, Marcello Vitale

 

Impact of climate change on critical loads

 

Jane Hall

 

 

Tuesday, 17th April 2012

 

Topic 2:       Continued…

 

Transboundary air pollution in perspective -  achievements and future challenges?

 

Peringe Grennfelt (chairman WGE)

 

ROMUL - model of soil organic matter and plants nutrition elements dynamics based on forest floor and soil horizons data.

 

Alexander Komarov

 

Exceedance of critical loads for Poland and NATURA 2000 areas - effects of the future N and S depostion scenarios

 

Rafal Ulanczyk

 

Critical Loads for NATURA 2000 areas - methods and experiences in Germany

 

Thomas Scheuschner

 

Modelling regional effects of air quality (under climate change) with potentially policy-relevant indicators for biodiversity

 

VSD+Veg Cascade

 

Jaap Slootweg, Max Posch, Gert Jan Reinds, Luc Bonten

 

Some considerations on Critical Loads

 

And Biodiversity

 

Jesper Bak

 

Simple Call to NFCs for a EUNIS specific Biodiversity function

 

Jean-Paul Hettelingh

 

Topic 3:         Valuing air pollution effects

 

Valuing the impact of Nitrogen pollution on ecosystem services in the UK

 

Chris Evans

 

Discussion on indicators for Cost-Benefit analysis

 

Mike Holland

 

 

Wednesday, 18th April 2012

 

Topic 5:        Work plan of - and collaboration under - CLRTAP 2012-2013

 

Impacts of ozone on food security and carbon sequestration by vegetation

 

Contribution of ICP Vegetation to the Impacts analysis report and Guidance Document V

 

Harry Harmens

 

 

 

Harry Harmens

 

 

 

Status ICP Waters

 

Berit Kvaeven

 

Status ICP IM

 

Lars Lundin

 

Status ICP Forests

 

Martin Lorenz

 

(1) Status of the support to the revision of the Gothenburg protocol (2) Future of EMEP grid

 

Wolfgang Schoepp (EMEP-CIAM)

 

Status of WGE reporting on impact of air pollution on ecosystem, health and materials

 

Anne-Christine Le Gall

 

Topic 6:    Training session for dynamic models: VSD+-VEG and auxiliary models (GrowUp; MetHyd…)

 

Changes in VSD+, GrowUp

 

Luc Bonten, Gertjan Reinds

 

Janet Mol, Rick Wieggers

 

Revision of the vegetation parameterization for the Veg module

 

Salim Belyazid, Max Posch, Dani Kurz, Bengt Nihlgård, Sabine Braun, Harald Sverdrup

 

 

Thursday 19th April 2012

 

Topic 7:        Inputs to the 31th session of WGE and wrap-up of meeting; documents:

 

DRAFT GUIDELINES FOR REPORTING ON THE MONITORING AND MODELLING OF AIR POLLUTION EFFECTS

 

Wrap up presentation by the chair of the ICP Mapping and Modelling

 

GUIDANCE DOCUMENT VII ON HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL

 

IMPROVEMENTS

 

 

Posters including NFC contributions to the call for data

 

Title unknown

 

Julian Aherne

 

Danish critical loads for biodiversity

 

Jesper Bak

 

Nitrogen deposition and biodiversity in Bulgaria

 

Borislava Borisava

 

Summary of the  response to the call for data

 

CCE

 

Factors that Influence the Ecosystem Integrity and Adaptive Capacity to Climate Change

 

Stela Drucioc

 

Critical loads, exceedances and vegetation shift modeling at some intensive forest monitoring sites in Slovenia

 

Klemen Eler and Milan Kobal

 

Exceedances of heavy metals on the  territory of the Crimean peninsula over 3 years of monitoring

 

Helena Evstafyeva

 

Effects of Climate Change on Air Pollution Impacts and Response Strategies for European Ecosystems (FP7 - ECLAIRE)

 

Jean-Paul Hettelingh et al.

 

Eutrophication due to green alder expansion into subalpine grassland

 

Erika Hiltbrunner

 

Empirical impact indicators agree with exceedances of critical loads (ICP IM and ICP M&M)

 

Maria Holmberg et al.

 

Role of nitrogen speciation in acidifying potential of atmospheric deposition (over 15 years) on French forests

 

Arnaud Mansat

 

The HARMONIZATOR a handy tool for CL and other data comparison and analysis

 

Wojciech Mill and Adrian Schlama

 

Impact of nitrogen depositions on soil/plan species quantitative attributes: results from field research in forest ecosystems of Central Russia

 

Irina Priputina

 

In cooperation with

ICP M&M and CCE

 

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