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News | 22/03/2021

WaterRadar connects water supply and demand for agriculture

WaterRadar connects water supply and demand for agriculture

The partners in the VLAIO project Irrigation 2.0 developed the online viewer WaterRadar. That tool integrates water supply and demand, promoting sustainable and circular water use.

News | 23/02/2021

Searching together for ways to improve water quality

Searching together for ways to improve water quality

ILVO drew up a guide within the framework of project WaterProtect to support the implementation of good agricultural practices that protect drinking water sources. The project focused on 7 European 'action labs'.

Research projects

Usefulness of deep draining water as drink water source for piglets

The aim of the Flanders Environmental Agency (VMM) is to reduce the water consumption by 25% of the permitted quantity to keep the quantitative and qualitative balance between the water supply and the water use within the deep ground layers.

Usefulness of deep draining water as drink water source for piglets

Research projects

Irrigation 2.0: Which water when and where?

Main research questionThis project "Irrigation 2.0" aims to improve the efficiency of farm irrigation to ensure an optimal application of the available water sources. Additionally, farmers are informed about available alternative water sources that can be used in times of water scarcity.

Irrigation 2.0: Which water when and where?

Research projects

Water balance study Oudlandpolder for a climate-proof water andwater level management and long-term objectives for agriculture, and nature

After all, agricultural and nature-oriented land can often be found close to each other, each with their own water needs.Research approachThe collection of all available relevant data is an important part of this project.

Water balance study Oudlandpolder for a climate-proof water andwater level management and long-term objectives for agriculture, and nature

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Norwegian Institute for Water Research (NIVA)

The Norwegian Institute for Water Research is a national non-profit research organization and is the leading competence centre for aquatic and marine environmental and resource issues in Norway. Our institute is certified in accordance with ISO9001 and NIVA’s laboratory activities are accredited in accordance with ISO17025.

Norwegian Institute for Water Research (NIVA)

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