WATERPEAT – a new 1,1 M€ project funded on peatland water management
The project WATERPEAT- Water management for sustainable use and protection of peatlands was accepted for funding in the Water JPI 2018 call - Water challenges for a changing world. The WATERPEAT project has partners from Finland (OULU), Norway (NIBIO), Ireland (NUIG) and Indonesia (UGM university). The total budget is 1,1 M€ with funding about 900 000 € funded jointly by European Union and call specific member states. The project is coordinated by Bjørn Kløve from OULU. Lead researchers form OULU are Dr. Hannu Marttila and Dr. Elisangela Heiderscheidt. The project PIs are Dr. Hanna Silvennoinen (NIBIO), Dr. Mark Healy (NUIG)and MSc Oka Karyanto (UGM). The project cases are in Finland, Norway and Indonesia.
Last updated: 4.12.2018