SAFER-Data/Reports - Most Popular Reports

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RankingReport/Resource TitleDirect Access To This Report
1 BOGLAND: Sustainable Management of Peatlands in Ireland (REPORT) Download Report   View Metadata  Downloads Map
2 Critical Analysis of the Potential of Mechanical Biological Treatment for Irish waste Management Download Report   View Metadata  Downloads Map
3 Contaminant Movement and Attenuation along Pathways from the Land Surface to Aquatic Receptors - A Review Download Report   View Metadata  Downloads Map
4 Energy Efficiency Improvement of Waste Water Treatment Processes Using Process Integration Techniques Download Report   View Metadata  Downloads Map
5 Environmental Sustainability and Future Settlement Patterns in Ireland Download Report   View Metadata  Downloads Map
6 Soil Geochemical Atlas of Ireland Download Report   View Metadata  Downloads Map
7 Present and Future Technology for the Treatment of Sewage Sludge in Ireland Download Report   View Metadata  Downloads Map
8 A Framework for the Assessment of Groundwater - Dependent Terrestrial Ecosystems under the Water Framework Directive Download Report   View Metadata  Downloads Map
9 Climate Change in Ireland: Refining the Impacts for Ireland Download Report   View Metadata  Downloads Map
10 Quality of Life and the Environment in Ireland Download Report   View Metadata  Downloads Map

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