Project Details

Description

geological soil types.
- establish a shared local understanding of the challenges from climate change The sealevel is rising and the high tides are expected to increase and become more extreme with high sealevels and episodes that last longer. High tides in some locations will push the seawater through the soil matrix in the hinterland, which means the groundwater will rise causing a lot of inconvenience for industry and citizens. The project supports and qualifies the climate actions by gaining renewed knowledge about interaction between saltwater and groundwater and the associated challenges. Citizen participation is a pre-requisite for success.

The project will
- seek to find a correlation between high tides and subsequent rising groundwater in the upper soil layer, approx. 0-2 meters below the existing terrain identified in relation to the distance from the sea/fjord and different geological soil types.
- establish a shared local understanding of the challenges from climate changes and the basic efforts in this project.
StatusActive
Effective start/end date01/01/1731/12/23

Collaborative partners

  • VIA (lead)
  • Hedensted Kommune (Project partner)

Funding

  • EU Life IP

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