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The overall objective of the Alpine Drought Observatory - ADO project is to create an online drought monitoring platform and develop policy implementation guidelines for proactive drought management in the Alpine regions. The ADO project consortium includes 11 institutions from 6 Alpine countries with a wide range of expertise, covering meteorological and hydrological monitoring, specific knowledge on modeling, drought risk and impact assessment, as well as water governance in the different sectors. Further information about the ADO project can be found here: https://www.alpine-space.eu/projects/ado/en/about.

ADO, ADO_boundaries, ADO_region, Europe

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Eurac Research - Earth Observation Institute
bartolmeo.ventura@eurac.edu
Bolzano, Italy, Trentino Alto-Adige, 39100, ITA
Eurac Research - Earth Observation Institute
bartolmeo.ventura@eurac.edu
Bolzano, Italy, Trentino Alto-Adige, 39100, ITA


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