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Title: Environmental indicator frameworks to design and assess environmental monitoring programs
Author: Melo, João Joanaz de
Ramos, Tomás B
Caeiro, Sandra
Keywords: environmental indicators
monitoring programs
performance evaluation
EIA follow-up
Issue Date: Mar-2004
Publisher: Beech Tree Publishing
Abstract: Monitoring is fundamental to environmental impact assessment (EIA) both to assess adherence to standards and to support management options. The use of indicators assures that a monitoring program addresses only the key variables associated with significant environmental impacts and also improves monitoring communication and reporting processes. This paper develops a conceptual framework to design and assess an environmental post-decision monitoring program under EIA procedures – INDICAMP. It also discusses how current indicator frameworks can be used to design and evaluate the performance of environmental monitoring programs in projects. A coastal infrastructure case study demonstrates the usefulness of this methodology.
Description: Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal, vol. 22, n.1, March 2004, p. 47–62
ISSN: 1461-5517
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