Published on November 17, 2023

DryRivERS becomes new scientific partner on water stress

Watertrek has decided to join forces with its new partner DryRivERS to contribute to the observation of water stress and the drying out of rivers. Piloted by INRAE (France's National Research Institute for Agriculture, Food and Environment) in Villeurbanne, DryRivERS’s application can be used to identify and photograph particularly dry areas, enabling researchers to make more accurate predictions on the effects of global warming on our ecosystems.

A European atlas of hydrographic networks sensitive to drying out will be developed from all the observations provided by DryRivERS and other sources of information, the aim of INRAE being to consolidate all the work and indicators on this subject.

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