CLEO

The overall aim of the CLEO project is to assess how climate change influences the possibility to reach the national environmental objectives Natural Acidification Only, Zero Eutrophication, A Non-Toxic Environment and Clean Air.

The overall aim of the CLEO project is to assess how climate change influences the possibility to reach the national environmental objectives Natural Acidification Only, Zero Eutrophication, A Non-Toxic Environment and Clean Air.

By integrating field experiments and data analyses with model development and application, the possibility to reach the targets under various future scenarios will be evaluated.

The hydrological research activities at SMHI related to CLEO include generation of future climate scenario data, tailor-made for hydrological and hydro-chemical modeling at different scales, as well as application of the HYPE model for hydrological scenarios

Duration: 2010-2012 (and probably 2013-2015)

Funded by: Swedish Environmental Protection Agency

Responsible at SMHI Hydrology Research: Berit Arheimer

External Partners: IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, University of Gothenburg, Stockholm University, Lund University