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Webinar: How can digital tools support future marine EIAs?
Today, marine Environmental Impact Assessments vary from simple “back of the envelope” to large, very complex models of the pressures and ecosystem. Simple assessments tend to be "overprotective", while complex assessments that include hydrodynamic and ecosystem models require time, many data, resources, and specialized skills.

The digital technologies and platforms being developed today are a golden opportunity to democratize data, mapping and modeling methods for EIAs, which have so far only been available to experts. In this webinar we present DHI’s outlook on future easy-to-use online tools for marine EIAs, show you examples and discuss how digitalization can be used to easier implement new science for assessing or screening for environmental impacts.

In summary,
• DHI outlook on digital tools to support future marine EIAs
• Quantifying magnitude of pressure for dredging activities - modeling for non-experts
• Prescreening for showstoppers – how to assess key-data from a variety of external databases
• From statistical analyses to digital tools for impact screening

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May 5, 2020 07:00 AM in Universal Time UTC

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Anne Lise Middelboe
Senior biologist, R&D Manager @DHI
Anne Lise Middelboe works as a senior biologist with responsibility for R&D activities in DHI's Ecology and Environment Department in Denmark. Anne Lise has more than 20 years of experience in marine ecology and project management. Thus, she has comprehensive experience with large scale Environmental Impact Assessments including assessments of marine protected areas (MPAs), project management, scoping and planning, execution and reporting. Anne Lise Middelboe holds a PhD degree (University of Copenhagen) in marine biology with focus on ecology, biodiversity and physiology of seagrasses and seaweeds.