IAIA20 Submitted Poster Abstracts

Following is a list of IAIA20 Annual Conference poster abstracts.

Abstracts: Pending Paper & PresentationPosters
  • A Collaborative Approach to a Single Receptor: The Caspian Seal


    Abstract ID# 134

    Presenting Author: Aaron  Sheehan

    Summary Statement: This poster summarises a collective approach to better understanding the Caspian seal, how it was achieved and illustrates some key results and trends over the past 10 years.

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • A GIS Methodology for EIA using landscape ecology approach


    Abstract ID# 86

    Presenting Author: Asef  Darvishi |  Coauthor(s):  Naghmeh Mobarghei ,   Shahindokht   Barghjelveh ,   Maryam

    Summary Statement: A Geographic Information System Methodology for Environmental Impact Assessment using landscape ecology approach: a case study of Qazvin Province, IRAN

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • A more sustainable electrical energy matrix, in Argentina


    Abstract ID# 90

    Presenting Author: ERNESTO  PIRILLO |  Coauthor(s):  Leandro FAZIO ,   Santiago   DOMINGUEZ ,   Franco ,   Martín ROMANELLISTRANO

    Summary Statement: This paper shows the results and conclusions that support the possibility to make a sustainable change in the electrical energy matrix, in Argentina.

    Acceptance Status: pending




    Abstract ID# 87

    Presenting Author: Paulo Roberto   Armanini Tagliani

    Summary Statement: This paper explores the Kuznets Environmental Curve theory by examining the projections for the end of the 21st century of global CO2 emissions per capita and population growth

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • A Study on Alternative setting and evaluation of SEIA in Korea


    Abstract ID# 143

    Presenting Author: Hee  Sagong |  Coauthor(s):  Yong-Joon Joo

    Summary Statement: Through analysis of SEIA reports and expert evaluation, the limitations and challenges of alternative setting and evaluation in Korea's SEIA system are derived.

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Analyse of environmental aspects of Brazilian transmission projects


    Abstract ID# 83

    Presenting Author: GISELA  MELLO |  Coauthor(s):  Marta Dias ,   Margarita   Robaina

    Summary Statement: The implementation and operation of energy projects cause several social and environmental impacts that are not always contemplated in the early stages of the current expansion In consequenc

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Analysis and Tasks of Scoping Committee Operation in Korea's SEIA system


    Abstract ID# 125

    Presenting Author: Yong-Joon  Joo |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong

    Summary Statement: Analyze the current state of operation of the Scoping Committee in Korea's strategic environment assessment system and propose measures to solve the task.

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Analysis of small sized woody biomass facilities for thermal energy use


    Abstract ID# 144

    Presenting Author: Tomoya  Maruyama

    Summary Statement: This paper discusses to establish the estimation method of the heat demand of local community unit for introducing unitsmall sized woody biomass facilities for thermal energy (SSWBFTE).

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Analysis of Water Quality Distribution in Small Stream Using UAV


    Abstract ID# 100

    Presenting Author: Seoung Hyeon  Kim |  Coauthor(s):  Kyung-Hun Park ,   Bong-Geun   Song ,   Gyeong-Ah ,   Geon-Ung ParkKim & Han-Sol Mun

    Summary Statement: This study used UAVs to analyze the possibility of identifying the distribution of water quality considering the characteristics of the small stream.

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Assessing impact significance


    Abstract ID# 120

    Presenting Author: Rut  Kristinsdóttir |  Coauthor(s):  Ólafur Árnason

    Summary Statement: Method using predetermined criteria and transparent and visual presentation.

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Assessment of Community Health and wellbeing by Incorporating traditional k


    Abstract ID# 145

    Presenting Author:  

    Summary Statement: Effective engagement with Indigenous community helped interpret traditional knowledge which played a key role in drafting biomonitoring plans and selecting receptors for bioaccumulation assessment and the analysis of country food.

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Assessment on water quality in the lakes operating photovoltaic power


    Abstract ID# 88

    Presenting Author: Choi  Sunhwa |  Coauthor(s):  Choi Kangwon ,   Jung   Jinhee

    Summary Statement: This study evaluated to impacts on the water quality in the artificial lakes operating floating photovoltaic power systems.

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Bespoke Digital Platform for Conducting ESHIA


    Abstract ID# 147

    Presenting Author: Andrew  Jamieson

    Summary Statement: Development of an International Lender Financed ESHIA utilizing Bespoke Digital Platform.

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Biodiversity data in Chilean SEIA: Improving the EIA based in publics SDM


    Abstract ID# 130

    Presenting Author: Leonardo   Espinoza |  Coauthor(s):  Maria Elena Piña

    Summary Statement: Based on biodiversity data in the Chilean SEIA, we propose the development of SDM for EIA processes, projecting accurate mitigation measures, like specific relocations or exclusions areas

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Building Damage History by Natural Disasters in South Korea


    Abstract ID# 81

    Presenting Author: Jun Hoo  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Seonghwan Yoon ,   KeumJi   Kim

    Summary Statement: We made building damage history data from annual disaster reports from 2005 to 2014 issued by the government of the Republic of Korea.

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Challenges in environmental licensing of seismic survey activities


    Abstract ID# 141

    Presenting Author: Antônio Celso   Borges |  Coauthor(s):  Katia Souza

    Summary Statement: The criteria to be considered in the concession of the areas for the seismic research, in order to avoid that environmental licenses are used in the commercial disputes the seismic companies

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Characteristics of ultrafine dust generation by land-use types


    Abstract ID# 108

    Presenting Author: Han-sol  Mun |  Coauthor(s):  Kyung-Hun Park ,   Bong-Geun   Song ,   Kyeong-Ho ,   Gyeong-Ah KimSeo & Seoung-Hyeon Kim

    Summary Statement: This study investigated the distribution of ultrafine dust concentration using spatial interpolation technique of GIS and analyzed the effect of land-use type on concentration distribution.

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Communicating through games


    Abstract ID# 105

    Presenting Author: Elsa  João

    Summary Statement: Games created on bioeconomy and links to SDGs (part BE-Rural project). Games were tested with different stakeholders to find out how successful games were in communicating key information.

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Comparison of ecosystem service evaluations, InVEST and conventional models


    Abstract ID# 91

    Presenting Author: Ikumi  YAMAZAKI |  Coauthor(s):  Yuki SHIBATA

    Summary Statement: This paper discusses long-term changes of land use and the ecosystem services by using the InVEST and the conventional models in Yokohama city, Tokyo metropolitan area.

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Concentration variation of organics and nutrients according to release time


    Abstract ID# 114

    Presenting Author: Jin Kyung  LEE |  Coauthor(s):  Jin Hee JUNG ,   Kang Won   Choi

    Summary Statement: Eutrophication may worsen due to increases in water quality with the release time and this condition may occur when the sediments of reservoirs form a release (anoxic) condition.

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Decision-Making Model for Spatial Planning under Climate Change


    Abstract ID# 131

    Presenting Author: Sangjin  Park

    Summary Statement: The integrated spatial planning model (ISPM) was development for decision-makers to decide the land use planning under climate change impacts.

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Development of marine prediction tools using deep-learning techno


    Abstract ID# 113

    Presenting Author: Taeyun  Kim

    Summary Statement: This study aims to develop marine pollution prediction tools by applying big data and deep-learning technology.

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Digital technologies for HIA: smart method for noise impact assessment


    Abstract ID# 140

    Presenting Author: Jolanta  Nemaniute-Guziene |  Coauthor(s):  Audrius Dedele

    Summary Statement: The study provides further insight into the scale of road traffic noise exposure on children population and demonstrates smart method for HIA.

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Does your opinion matter in EIA?


    Abstract ID# 104

    Presenting Author: Lisa  Pourlak

    Summary Statement: Public participation is an important component of EIA, however in many projects especially in the developing countries, public participation is either ignored or vaguely addressed.

    Acceptance Status: pending




    Abstract ID# 107

    Presenting Author: Maysa  Salles da Costa Lima |  Coauthor(s):  Benno Pokorny ,   Luis   Enrique Sanchez

    Summary Statement: A multidimensional study on EIA effectiveness in São Paulo,despite procedural effectiveness strengths, evidenced a time-consuming process and limited influence on project approval decisions.

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • EIA in legislative drafting – a Finnish Story


    Abstract ID# 94

    Presenting Author: Jorma   Jantunen

    Summary Statement: Impacts of legislative proposals will be assessed as a part of legislative drafting. The poster presents the new EIA guidelines of legislative proposals for all ministries as part of the leg

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • EIA of Dam plan in Iran by integrating the criteria defined in ICOLD Matrix


    Abstract ID# 97

    Presenting Author: Farahnaz  Sabzevari

    Summary Statement: This paper focuses on good practice integration of the environmental considerations into dam plans in Iran through EIA by integrating the criteria defined in ICOLD Matrix.

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • EIA systems In the Era of Big Data and Analytics


    Abstract ID# 136

    Presenting Author: José  Xavier |  Coauthor(s):  Fernanda Veronez

    Summary Statement: This paper provides some insights into how big data can influence and enhance the EIA systems.

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • El deslumbramiento por reflejos, un impacto ambiental olvidado.


    Abstract ID# 124

    Presenting Author: Luis Alfonso   Monteagudo Martínez |  Coauthor(s):  Juan Manuel Roldán Arroyo ,   Joaquín   Ortega Cifuentes ,   Rosario

    Summary Statement: Análisis de los impactos producidos por el deslumbramiento de determinadas infraestructuras.

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Esquema del procedimiento de Evaluación Ambiental en la AGE (España)


    Abstract ID# 98

    Presenting Author: Gerencia de Calidad, Evaluación Ambiental y Biodiversidad  TRAGSATEC. Grupo TRAGSA |  Coauthor(s):  Subdirección General de Evaluación Ambiental de la Dirección General de Biodiversidad y Calidad Ambiental Ministerio para la Transición Ecológica de España

    Summary Statement: Ley 21/2013, de 9 de diciembre, de evaluación ambiental, modificada por la Ley 9/2018 de 5 diciembre (España)

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Foreseeing the Impacts of Transformational Change in Regional New Zealand


    Abstract ID# 109

    Presenting Author: Mike  Mackay |  Coauthor(s):  Nick Taylor

    Summary Statement: A study foreseeing the impacts of transformational change in a region of New Zealand is presented, including the interrelated factors of work, housing, social services and community capital.

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Guía información pública y consultas de la Ley 21/3013 de EA


    Abstract ID# 116

    Presenting Author: Gerencia de Calidad, Evaluación Ambiental y Biodiversidad  TRAGSATEC. Grupo TRAGSA |  Coauthor(s):  Subdirección General de Evaluación Ambiental de la Dirección General de Biodiversidad y Calidad Ambiental Ministerio para la Transición Ecológica (España)

    Summary Statement: Guía de ayuda a los Órganos Sustantivos de la AGE, que intervienen en procedimientos de EIA, para llevar a cabo los trámites de consulta pública ajustados a la Ley.

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Heat wave impact analysis based on Population census


    Abstract ID# 96

    Presenting Author: Bonggeun   Song |  Coauthor(s):  Kyunghun Park ,   Kyung Ah   Kim ,   Sunghyun ,   Kunung ParkKim & Hansol Mun

    Summary Statement: this study analyzed the heat wave impact by considering the population groups and spatial distribution characteristics using the population census data.

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Impact Assessment for Geological Storage of CO2 in Brazil


    Abstract ID# 137

    Presenting Author: Evandro  Moretto |  Coauthor(s):  Drielli Peyerl ,   Karen   Mascarenhas ,   Luis

    Summary Statement: Considering the climate change agreements, IA framework of CO2 storage projects in Brazil will most likely be a requirement for the licensing of future oil and gas production projects.

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Impact significance of offshore oil and gas industry in Brazil


    Abstract ID# 146

    Presenting Author: Sueli Harumi   Kakinami |  Coauthor(s):  Maria Cláudia de A. Rodrigues ,   Ana Paula Alves   Dibo ,   Luis Enrique

    Summary Statement: A review of 11 EIAs of offshore oil and gas activities (seismic surveys and drilling) in Brazil found that most EIAs applied similar methodology to determine impact significance.

    Acceptance Status: pending




    Abstract ID# 119

    Presenting Author: Chih-Kai  Yang |  Coauthor(s):  Chi-Ying Ho ,   Tsung-Chang   Li ,   Pei-Yu

    Summary Statement: This paper mainly discusses how EIA review result is used to enforce the developer to reduce or adjust the area of the development to mitigate adverse impact for off-shore wind power cases.

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Improper Segmentation of Projects and Underestimation of Cumulative Impacts


    Abstract ID# 111

    Presenting Author: Jorge  Garcia Nielsen |  Coauthor(s):  Enrique Oyarzún Iglesias

    Summary Statement: We will analyze some Chilean EIA cases where criteria to determine te existence of improper segmentation of projects were used to underestimate cumulative impacts

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Improved environmental health assessments by proxy data and digital tools


    Abstract ID# 122

    Presenting Author: Annica  Waleij |  Coauthor(s):  Oscar Bjornhamn ,   Per   Wikstrom ,   Niklas ,   Birgitta LiljedahlBrannstrom

    Summary Statement: Environmental health factors can adversely affect human health and have considerable spatial and temporal variation. Tools for health threat assessments for deployed personnel are needed

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Influence for regional air quality by unplanned factory locations


    Abstract ID# 92

    Presenting Author: Hyun-Jin   Choi |  Coauthor(s):  Jihyun Seo ,   Jong-Yoon   Park ,   Nankyoung

    Summary Statement: The influence for regional air quality by unplanned individual factory locations investigated based on environmental impact assessment results in the Hwaseong-si, South Korea.

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Investigation of Seagrass on EIA area using drone and underwater ROV


    Abstract ID# 89


    Summary Statement: The spatial distribution of marine endangered species using Drone and underwater ROV, and propose the method as a smart method of Marine endangered species(Seagrass) on EIA target area.

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • KSEIA: Activities and Lessons


    Abstract ID# 110

    Presenting Author: MYUNGJIN  KIM |  Coauthor(s):  Sookjin Jeon ,   JONG-MIN   OH

    Summary Statement: Through KSEIA activities we found lessons for IAIA affiliates, branches and IA societies. Lessons contribute to sustainable IA future.

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Land Acquisition Impact Assessment and Management of Public Works in Japan


    Abstract ID# 80

    Presenting Author: Kenji  Ogura |  Coauthor(s):  Tetsuya Otani

    Summary Statement: The Land Acquisition Impact Assessment and Management for public works (LAIAM) has been introduced as a social impact assessment in Japan. This poster shows the outline of LAIAM.

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Long-term assessment of small scale developments in Inba-numa river basin


    Abstract ID# 118

    Presenting Author: Neiri   KOJIMA |  Coauthor(s):  Yuki SHIBATA ,   Jun   NISHIHIRO

    Summary Statement: In order to understand the effects of the EIA, we analyzed the development trends and the ecosystem services in Inba-numa river basin.

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Mejoras ambientales derivadas de la EIA de grandes proyectos fotovoltaicos


    Abstract ID# 101

    Presenting Author: Gerencia de Calidad, Evaluación Ambiental y Biodiversidad  TRAGSATEC. Grupo TRAGSA |  Coauthor(s):  Subdirección General de Evaluación Ambiental de la Dirección General de Biodiversidad y Calidad Ambiental Ministerio para la Transición Ecológica

    Summary Statement: Medidas de protección ambiental derivadas del procedimiento de EIA de proyectos de grandes infraestructuras fotovoltaicas para la Administración General del Estado en España.

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Monitoring of Compost for Rural NPS pollution control based on UAV


    Abstract ID# 99

    Presenting Author: Geon-Ung  Park |  Coauthor(s):  Kyung-Hun Park ,   Bong-Geun   Song ,   Gyeong-Ah ,   Seoung-Hyeon KimKim & Han-Sol Mun

    Summary Statement: Among non-point sources in rural areas, there is a livestock manure compost. This study was to investigate the current status of livestock manure compost based on UAV.

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Necessity of Integrated Linkage of HAPs Emissions Information for HIA


    Abstract ID# 112

    Presenting Author: Yumi  Kim

    Summary Statement: Current status and problems of hazardous air pollutants Emissions obtained from PRTR and SEMS in South Korea were investigated for improving HIA.

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Needs assessment in EIA training in Iran


    Abstract ID# 127

    Presenting Author: Sanaz   Sanaye Goldouz |  Coauthor(s):  Mana Ayari ,   Mohammad Hamed   Javadi Athar

    Summary Statement: EIA academic training started in the early 80s in Iran. Now, the experts need for further training in scoping, screening, public participation and the appropriate contents of reports.

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Organisational culture: mediating factors in absorptive capacity for SEA


    Abstract ID# 102

    Presenting Author: Margarida   Monteiro

    Summary Statement: It is explored the way specific factors of organisational environments may function as mediators (as influencers) between the understanding and practice of SEA.

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Payment of environmental compensation for significant environmental impact


    Abstract ID# 135

    Presenting Author: Antônio Celso  Borges |  Coauthor(s):  Katia Souza

    Summary Statement: From the creation of the environmental compensation fund, it was begin to payment of the resources due the conservation units to support the implementation and maintenance of these areas.

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Phase 2 Strategic Environmental Assessment for the effective rollout of win


    Abstract ID# 138

    Presenting Author: Abulele  Adams |  Coauthor(s):  Paul Lochner ,   Dr Dee   Fischer

    Summary Statement: Phase 2 Strategic Environmental Assessment for the effective rollout of wind and solar PV renewable energy in South Africa

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Potential contribution to multiple SDGs by renewable energy projects


    Abstract ID# 133

    Presenting Author: Motoshi  Tomita

    Summary Statement: Contribution of renewable energy projects to multiple goals of UN SDGs are identified by environmental and social documents.

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Road construction between protected areas and indigenous peoples


    Abstract ID# 142

    Presenting Author: Prem Jai  Vidaurre de la Riva

    Summary Statement: A study case of indirect impacts on road construction in the Amazon is presented from the perspective of integrating different actors, necessities, and interests to have an agreement.

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Satellite imagery to help the environmental impact assessment?


    Abstract ID# 103

    Presenting Author: Manon  PONS |  Coauthor(s):  Nadine THOLEY ,   Adeline   BAS

    Summary Statement: We propose to study the contribution of satellite imagery during the diagnostic phase of the EIA. From a case study, a comparative analysis between a conventionally collected baseline and a

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • SEA of alternative infrastructure location in complex landscape (Argentina)


    Abstract ID# 82

    Presenting Author: Ramiro  Sarandon |  Coauthor(s):  Verónica Guerrero Borges

    Summary Statement: SEA of infrastructure location in Argentina using Decision Support System and Geographic Information System allow the incorporation of environmental issues in regional and landscape planning

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Socio-economic Impact Assessment for Geothermal Development in Japan


    Abstract ID# 115

    Presenting Author: Yuki  SHIBATA |  Coauthor(s):  Momoka IHASHI ,   Akihiro   SANDO ,   Aki

    Summary Statement: This paper discusses methods of Socio-Economic impact assessment using Regional Value-Added analysis for geothermal development with a case study in Japan.

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Spatial EIA of Human Progress Using HANPP


    Abstract ID# 95

    Presenting Author: Maryam  yousefi |  Coauthor(s):  Shahindokht Barghjelveh ,   naghmeh   Mobarghei ,   Asef

    Summary Statement: Spatial Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) of Human Progress Using Human Appropriation of Net Primary Production (HANPP) in IRAN

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Spatial Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) of Human Progress Using Human


    Abstract ID# 84

    Presenting Author: Maryam  Yousefi |  Coauthor(s):  Shahindokht Barghjelveh ,   Naghmeh   Mobarghei ,   Asef

    Summary Statement: Spatial Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) of Human Progress Using Human Appropriation of Net Primary Production (HANPP) in IRAN

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Spatial Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) of Human Progress Using Human


    Abstract ID# 85

    Presenting Author: Maryam  yousefi |  Coauthor(s):  Shahindokht Barghjelveh ,   naghmeh   Mobarghei ,   Asef

    Summary Statement: Spatial Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) of Human Progress Using Human Appropriation of Net Primary Production (HANPP) in IRAN

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Study on China's anti-desertification dynamic monitoring using remote sensi


    Abstract ID# 129

    Presenting Author: Lu  Tian |  Coauthor(s):  Kyoo-seock Lee

    Summary Statement: The study results showed the following: The NDVI index showed a gently increasing trend over the past 16 years between 2000 and 2015.

    Acceptance Status: pending




    Abstract ID# 121

    Presenting Author: AíDA  DIEZ CADAVID |  Coauthor(s):  AIDA SARAÑANA ALONSO ,   MANUEL   VÁZQUEZ ESPI

    Summary Statement: the achievement of the SDGs will be transferred to the sector of construction of linear infrastructures, so that each of the targets set for each SDG is related to the measures to be

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • The impacts of the photovoltaic energy on the landscape connectivity.


    Abstract ID# 123

    Presenting Author: Javier  Hedo de Santiago |  Coauthor(s):  Juan Manuel Roldán Arroyo ,   Luis Alfonso   Monteagudo Martínez ,   Cristóbal

    Summary Statement: The impacts of the solar farms on the landscape connectivity on two birds (european skylark as farmland and great tit as forest passerine) and a large mammal (wild boar).

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Topography change adequacy assessment in EIA of linear transport project


    Abstract ID# 93

    Presenting Author: Sun Yong  Kwon

    Summary Statement: This study established estimation criteria of Topography change adequacy in EIA of linear transport project

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Urban Park Planning: how to reconcile nature and urban environment ”


    Abstract ID# 132

    Presenting Author: Clara  Martín Jiménez |  Coauthor(s):  Íñigo María Sobrini Sagaseta de Ilúrdoz ,   Eva María   Rodríguez Rabadán

    Summary Statement: Urban growth in cities, near natural areas, raises the difficulty of balancing population needs and nature. This is the case study of the urban parks of Tres Cantos.

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Value scale foundation and institutional aspects of impact assessments


    Abstract ID# 126

    Presenting Author: Ernest  Amoako Atta |  Coauthor(s):  Zsolt Szilvácsku

    Summary Statement: The impact assessments needs new value centred systems of public policy and well developed decision-making culture in frame of landscape approach.

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Vulnerabilidad de agrosistemas manchegos, ante la tecnología fotovoltaica


    Abstract ID# 106

    Presenting Author: Manuela  Andrés-Abellán |  Coauthor(s):  Francisco Antonio García-Morote ,   Francisco Ramón   López-Serrano ,   Eva Maria ,   Marta Isabel PicazoRubio & Consolación Wic

    Summary Statement: Estudio de la capacidad de carga de los agrosistemas manchegos y análisis de vulnerabilidad, ante el auge de la tecnología solar fotovoltaica, como fuente de energía renovable del siglo XXI

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Wildlife monitoring in photovoltaic solar installations


    Abstract ID# 128

    Presenting Author: Eva Mª  Rodríguez Rabadán |  Coauthor(s):  Iñigo Sobrini Sagaseta de Ilúrdoz ,   Carlos   Talabante

    Summary Statement: The importance of the development of a wildlife monitoring protocol in photovoltaic solar installations prior to the works, during these and after commissioning to avoid environmental effect

    Acceptance Status: pending


  • Zonificación ambiental energías renovables: eólica y fotovoltaica


    Abstract ID# 117

    Presenting Author: Gerencia de Calidad, Evaluación Ambiental y Biodiversidad  TRAGSATEC. Grupo TRAGSA |  Coauthor(s):  Subdirección General de Evaluación Ambiental de la Dirección General de Biodiversidad y Calidad Ambiental Ministerio para la Transición Ecológica (España)

    Summary Statement: Nivel de restricción ambiental del territorio en España para la implantación de grandes proyectos de energía eólica y fotovoltaica.

    Acceptance Status: pending