Environmental monitoring

advertisement
Environmental monitoring
Etymology: mon─ôre (lat.) = worn: something or someone that warns, an overseer
Monitoring =
someone who gives a warning so that a mistake can be avoided
= the act of observing something or to: keep watch, keep track of,
keep under surveillance or check usually for a special purpose.
You cannot recognize, understand, improve or maintain what you do not or
cannot measure.
Monitoring provides valuable tools that offer indicative measures of:
•Ecological and Environmental Resources
•Economic Development and Growth
•Social Structure and Dynamics.
2
Environmental monitoring
The scale of
become wisdom
3
Environmental monitoring
Emissions from an industrial plant
5
Environmental monitoring
Global Monitoring for Environment and Security GMES
Innovation in Global Public Goods
(video clips 1 and 2)
6
Environmental monitoring
Continuous monitoring equipment
7
Environmental monitoring
Example of data recording
for 1 day and for 1 year of
CO concentration
8
Environmental monitoring
Download