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PROGNOS project

 The PROGNOS project aims to develop an integrated approach to couple high frequency lake monitoring data to water quality models to forecast short-term changes in lake water quality.


The project is led by Don Pierson of Erken Laboratory, Uppsala University (Sweden), and includes partners in Denmark (Aarhus University), Ireland (Marine Institute and Dundalk Institute of Technology), Israel (Israel Oceanographic and Limnological Research), and Norway (Norwegian Institute for Water Research-NIVA), together with SMEs Utvecklingscentrum för Vatten (Sweden), Bolding & Bruggeman ApS, Luode Consulting (Finland), and Lakeland Instrumentation (UK).  The project stakeholders include Irish Water (Ireland), the Lake Research Department of UFZ Magdeburg, the Israeli Water Authority, Oslo Kommune Vann og avløp (the water authority for Oslo, Norway) and Stockholm Water AB.  It is funded under the EU Water JPI programme.