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  1. Introduction to DPSIR Framework Han Wang March 9th, 2012

  2. What is it? • A strategy for Integrated Environment Assessment (IEA) adopted by European Environment Agency (EEA) • As an approach to manage environmental problems, it presents: • indicators needed to enable feedback to policy makers on environmental quality • resulting impact of the political choices made, or to be made Driver Pressure State Impact Response

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  4. Example • Water resource management • State of waters • How is it? (nutrients, pesticides, heavy metals, …) • How much is there? (runoff, availability, demands, …) • Time trends • Getting better or worse? • Within or outside agreed limits? • What is causing the problems? • Pressures on the environment • Human • Industrial • Agricultural • State of actions or policies • Are they working towards targets?

  5. Water

  6. Water Quantity

  7. Informatics & Semantics • Informatics provides interoperability among diverse and heterogeneous data and information sources • Semantic web technologies capture knowledge from data • DPSIR  domain ontology • Information products (figures, tables) are produced to present the elements of DPSIR

  8. DPSIR Ontology

  9. Summary • DPSIR is an approach for environment/ecosystem assessment. • It identifies five different classes of indicators, which can be mapped to the needs of environmental management/evaluation. • Ontology with DPSIR helps.

  10. References • P. Kristensen, The DPSIR Framework, Workshop on a comprehensive / detailed assessment of the vulnerability of water resources to environmental change in Africa using river basin approach, UNEP Headquarters, Nairobi, Kenya, September 2004. • P. S. Levin, M. J. Fogarty, G. C. Matlock, and M. Ernst, Integrated Ecosystem Assessment, NOAA Technical Memorandum NMFS-NWFSC-92, June 2008 • S. Karetsos, D. Haralampopoulos, and K Kotis, An Ontology-based framework for Authoring Tools in the Domain of Sustainable Energy Education. • P. Fox and A. Mafffei, Facilitating Next Generation Science Collaboration: Respecting and Mediating Vocabularies with Semantics in Ecosystems Assessments. AGU 11 IN33E-01, December 2011. • P. Fox, A. Maffei, M. DiStefano, S. Lawrence, and C. Chandler. The Integrated Ecosystems Assessment Initiative – Enabling the Assessment of Impacts on Large Marine Ecosystems: Informatics to the Forefront of Science Based Decision Support. • http://www.grida.no/graphicslib/detail/dpsir-framework-for-state-of-environment-reporting_379f#