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EDEN INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE , May 10-11-12th, 2010, Montpellier, France.
Abstracts available on the web site of the conference
EDEN (Emerging Diseases in a changing European eNvironment) is an Integrated Project of the European Commission that aims to identify and catalogue those European ecosystems and environmental conditions which can influence the spatial and temporal distribution and dynamics of human pathogenic agents. The project develops and co-coordinates a set of generic methods, tools and skills such as predictive models, early warning and monitoring tools which can be used by decision makers for risk assessment, decision support for intervention and public health policies.
EDEN integrates research in 48 leading institutes from 24 countries. The eco-geographical diversity of the project area covers all relevant European eco-systems from the polar circle in the North to the Mediterranean basin and its link with West Africa in the South, and from Portugal in the West to the Danube delta in the East. EDEN is organised into a series of vertical Sub-Projects linked together by a series of Integrative Activities that include biodiversity monitoring, environmental change detection, disease modelling, remote sensing and image interpretation, information and communication.
EDEN is an Integrated Project of the 6th FP (2005-2010) funded by the European Commission under the Research DG, priority 6.3: Global Change and Ecosystems
Subvention of the EC: 11.5 M €
Contract Number: GOCE-CT-2003-010284 EDEN
Project Co-ordinator: Renaud Lancelot, Cirad, Montpellier