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  • Economic development (incl. tourism, infrastructure and transport) and spatial planning
  • Natural resources availability and sustainable exploitation in the Alps (incl. agriculture, forestry, water and energy)
  • Preserving biodiversity, ecological network, natural capital and the traditional Alpine environment
  • Impact of meteorological extremes and natural hazards in the Alps and surrounding regions
  • Impact of pollutants, radiation and meteorological stress on human health and the environment
  • Understanding the Alpine process in response to climate and environmental change (incl. hydrology, snow and glacier dynamics)
  • Understanding the impact of the Alps (mountains) on atmospheric dynamics in the lower and middle atmosphere
  • Combination of satellite- and ground-based measurements and potential contribution of Information Technologies

Contains modified Copernicus Sentinel data (2016), processed by ESA