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  • Restricted English
    Authors: 
    Ferreira de Moura, Andreia;
    Publisher: Aarhus Universitet
    Country: Denmark
  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Jeppesen, Jacob Høxbroe; Nørremark, Michael; Jacobsen, Rune Hylsberg;
    Publisher: Aarhus Universitet - DCA - Nationalt Center for Fødevarer og Jordbrug
    Country: Denmark
  • Publication . Book . 2018
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Green, Ole; Evgrafova, Alevtina; Kirkegaard Nielsen, Søren; Edwards, Gareth T.C.; Villa-Henriksen, Andrés; Znova, Liubava; Foldager, Frederik; Munkholm, Lars Juhl; Dalgaard, Tommy;
    Publisher: DCA - Nationalt Center for Fødevarer og Jordbrug,
    Country: Denmark

    Linket til højre henviser til rapporten i trykt format til download.This report provides an overview on new technologies for integrate sustainable and resilient management practices in arable ecosystems for advanced farmers, consultants, NGOs and policy makers. By following sustainable soil management strategies, which consider the site- and field-specific parameters and agricultural machinery’s improvements, it is possible to maximize production and income, while reducing negative environmental impacts and human health issues induced by agricultural activities as well as improving food and soil quality in short- and long-terms. This report also illustrates the importance to combine a system approach for plant production by assessing field readiness, managing in-field traffic management, implementing the sitespecific controlled as well as sensor-controlled seedbed preparation, seeding, and weeding. Hence, allowing to estimate future field and crop parameters based on various sensors measurements of previous and current field and crop parameters, which is a required data input in order to optimize agricultural machinery’s performance. Linket til højre henviser til rapporten i trykt format til download.This report provides an overview on new technologies for integrate sustainable and resilient management practices in arable ecosystems for advanced farmers, consultants, NGOs and policy makers. By following sustainable soil management strategies, which consider the site- and field-specific parameters and agricultural machinery’s improvements, it is possible to maximize production and income, while reducing negative environmental impacts and human health issues induced by agricultural activities as well as improving food and soil quality in short- and long-terms. This report also illustrates the importance to combine a system approach for plant production by assessing field readiness, managing in-field traffic management, implementing the sitespecific controlled as well as sensor-controlled seedbed preparation, seeding, and weeding. Hence, allowing to estimate future field and crop parameters based on various sensors measurements of previous and current field and crop parameters, which is a required data input in order to optimize agricultural machinery’s performance.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Sonesten, Lars; Boutrup, Susanne; Svendsen, Lars Moeslund; Frank-Kamenetsky, Dmitry; Haapaniemi, Juuso;
    Publisher: Helsinki Commission - HELCOM
    Country: Denmark
  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Hansen, Violeta; Asmund, Gert; Søndergaard, Jens;
    Publisher: Aarhus Universitet, DCE Nationalt Center for Miljø og Energi
    Country: Denmark

    These recommendations for guidelines provide safety requirements and guidance to ensure the safe management of waste containing naturally occurring radioactive materials (NORM) and technologically enhanced naturally occurring radioactive material (TENORM) generated from Greenland's mineral and hydrocarbons industries. The recommendations for guidelines include requirements for all phases of the waste facility, e.g., site selection, site assessment, site design and preparation, construction, operation (e.g., treatment, disposal), closure, site release from licensing, and long-term stewardship. Herein recommendations for guidelines are based on the most recent international standards recommended by the International Commission on Radiological Protection, European Union, International Atomic Energy Agency, and International Council on Mining and Metals. The recommended herein waste management practice is a graduated approach. This means that the greater the risk, the more stringent the mitigation measures should be. The policy, practice, regulation, and supervision should (shall) be continuously improved to comply with the existing best available technologies (BAT), best environ-mental practices (BEP), and changing levels of understanding within the management of radioactive waste. The Environmental Agency for Mineral Resources Activities (EAMRA) requested in 2018 recommendations for ''Guidelines for the safe management of radio-active waste generated from the mineral activities in Greenland.'' In 2020, EAMRA re-quested that the DCE also include the safe management of radioactive waste generated from Greenland's hydrocarbons activities in the recommendations. As requested, the recommendations are provided in the format of draft guidelines. However, the Greenland administration's administrative setup is only tentatively indicated and should be further addressed by EAMRA.

  • Restricted English
    Authors: 
    Deichmann, Majken;
    Publisher: Aarhus Universitet
    Country: Denmark
  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Thingholm, Peter Rønø;
    Publisher: Institut for Økonomi, Aarhus Universitet
    Country: Denmark
  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Jensby, Anne; Mogensen, Oliver Bendix Gammeljord; Svejvig, Per;
    Publisher: Aarhus University
    Country: Denmark

    The purpose of this report is to outline the evaluation and comparison approach and the knowledge obtained through a detailed data collection process, in order to examine the implementation and application of the Half Double Methodology (HDM) at Forsvarsministeriets Material- og Indkøbsstyrelse (FMI), as well as compare and contrast pilot and reference projects. State-owned FMI is the Danish Ministry of Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organization (English abbreviation: DALO), and thus a unit under the Ministry of Defence and the Danish public sector. It is likely that the Half Double Methodology has had a positive impact on FMI and their team collaboration. The procurement process is faster, which especially is evident in pilot case 3, but also the initial versions of pilot case 1 and 2. However, here, the cases were subject to external conditions which increased the duration. FMI experiences satisfaction from stakeholders involved in the procurement. This satisfaction is also present in most of the team members engaging with the methodology. Hence overall, integrating the Half Double Methodology in FMI’s team collaboration is perceived as a success in FMI and continues to be applied. However, there is still room for improvements in the procurement process and team configuration. This relates to the application of HDM, but also other constraints in FMI, which is related to a lack of resources to develop interdisciplinary teams, as well as challenges from covid-19 restrictions. The purpose of this report is to outline the evaluation and comparison approach and the knowledge obtained through a detailed data collection process, in order to examine the implementation and application of the Half Double Methodology (HDM) at Forsvarsministeriets Material- og Indkøbsstyrelse (FMI), as well as compare and contrast pilot and reference projects. State-owned FMI is the Danish Ministry of Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organization (English abbreviation: DALO), and thus a unit under the Ministry of Defence and the Danish public sector. It is likely that the Half Double Methodology has had a positive impact on FMI and their team collaboration. The procurement process is faster, which especially is evident in pilot case 3, but also the initial versions of pilot case 1 and 2. However, here, the cases were subject to external conditions which increased the duration. FMI experiences satisfaction from stakeholders involved in the procurement. This satisfaction is also present in most of the team members engaging with the methodology. Hence overall, integrating the Half Double Methodology in FMI’s team collaboration is perceived as a success in FMI and continues to be applied. However, there is still room for improvements in the procurement process and team configuration. This relates to the application of HDM, but also other constraints in FMI, which is related to a lack of resources to develop interdisciplinary teams, as well as challenges from covid-19 restrictions.

  • Restricted English
    Authors: 
    Khoshakhlagh, Hamidreza;
    Publisher: Aarhus Universitet
    Country: Denmark
  • Restricted English
    Authors: 
    Rohde, Victor Ulrich;
    Publisher: Department of Mathematics, Aarhus University
    Country: Denmark
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  • Restricted English
    Authors: 
    Ferreira de Moura, Andreia;
    Publisher: Aarhus Universitet
    Country: Denmark
  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Jeppesen, Jacob Høxbroe; Nørremark, Michael; Jacobsen, Rune Hylsberg;
    Publisher: Aarhus Universitet - DCA - Nationalt Center for Fødevarer og Jordbrug
    Country: Denmark
  • Publication . Book . 2018
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Green, Ole; Evgrafova, Alevtina; Kirkegaard Nielsen, Søren; Edwards, Gareth T.C.; Villa-Henriksen, Andrés; Znova, Liubava; Foldager, Frederik; Munkholm, Lars Juhl; Dalgaard, Tommy;
    Publisher: DCA - Nationalt Center for Fødevarer og Jordbrug,
    Country: Denmark

    Linket til højre henviser til rapporten i trykt format til download.This report provides an overview on new technologies for integrate sustainable and resilient management practices in arable ecosystems for advanced farmers, consultants, NGOs and policy makers. By following sustainable soil management strategies, which consider the site- and field-specific parameters and agricultural machinery’s improvements, it is possible to maximize production and income, while reducing negative environmental impacts and human health issues induced by agricultural activities as well as improving food and soil quality in short- and long-terms. This report also illustrates the importance to combine a system approach for plant production by assessing field readiness, managing in-field traffic management, implementing the sitespecific controlled as well as sensor-controlled seedbed preparation, seeding, and weeding. Hence, allowing to estimate future field and crop parameters based on various sensors measurements of previous and current field and crop parameters, which is a required data input in order to optimize agricultural machinery’s performance. Linket til højre henviser til rapporten i trykt format til download.This report provides an overview on new technologies for integrate sustainable and resilient management practices in arable ecosystems for advanced farmers, consultants, NGOs and policy makers. By following sustainable soil management strategies, which consider the site- and field-specific parameters and agricultural machinery’s improvements, it is possible to maximize production and income, while reducing negative environmental impacts and human health issues induced by agricultural activities as well as improving food and soil quality in short- and long-terms. This report also illustrates the importance to combine a system approach for plant production by assessing field readiness, managing in-field traffic management, implementing the sitespecific controlled as well as sensor-controlled seedbed preparation, seeding, and weeding. Hence, allowing to estimate future field and crop parameters based on various sensors measurements of previous and current field and crop parameters, which is a required data input in order to optimize agricultural machinery’s performance.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Sonesten, Lars; Boutrup, Susanne; Svendsen, Lars Moeslund; Frank-Kamenetsky, Dmitry; Haapaniemi, Juuso;
    Publisher: Helsinki Commission - HELCOM
    Country: Denmark
  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Hansen, Violeta; Asmund, Gert; Søndergaard, Jens;
    Publisher: Aarhus Universitet, DCE Nationalt Center for Miljø og Energi
    Country: Denmark

    These recommendations for guidelines provide safety requirements and guidance to ensure the safe management of waste containing naturally occurring radioactive materials (NORM) and technologically enhanced naturally occurring radioactive material (TENORM) generated from Greenland's mineral and hydrocarbons industries. The recommendations for guidelines include requirements for all phases of the waste facility, e.g., site selection, site assessment, site design and preparation, construction, operation (e.g., treatment, disposal), closure, site release from licensing, and long-term stewardship. Herein recommendations for guidelines are based on the most recent international standards recommended by the International Commission on Radiological Protection, European Union, International Atomic Energy Agency, and International Council on Mining and Metals. The recommended herein waste management practice is a graduated approach. This means that the greater the risk, the more stringent the mitigation measures should be. The policy, practice, regulation, and supervision should (shall) be continuously improved to comply with the existing best available technologies (BAT), best environ-mental practices (BEP), and changing levels of understanding within the management of radioactive waste. The Environmental Agency for Mineral Resources Activities (EAMRA) requested in 2018 recommendations for ''Guidelines for the safe management of radio-active waste generated from the mineral activities in Greenland.'' In 2020, EAMRA re-quested that the DCE also include the safe management of radioactive waste generated from Greenland's hydrocarbons activities in the recommendations. As requested, the recommendations are provided in the format of draft guidelines. However, the Greenland administration's administrative setup is only tentatively indicated and should be further addressed by EAMRA.

  • Restricted English
    Authors: 
    Deichmann, Majken;
    Publisher: Aarhus Universitet
    Country: Denmark
  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Thingholm, Peter Rønø;
    Publisher: Institut for Økonomi, Aarhus Universitet
    Country: Denmark
  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Jensby, Anne; Mogensen, Oliver Bendix Gammeljord; Svejvig, Per;
    Publisher: Aarhus University
    Country: Denmark

    The purpose of this report is to outline the evaluation and comparison approach and the knowledge obtained through a detailed data collection process, in order to examine the implementation and application of the Half Double Methodology (HDM) at Forsvarsministeriets Material- og Indkøbsstyrelse (FMI), as well as compare and contrast pilot and reference projects. State-owned FMI is the Danish Ministry of Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organization (English abbreviation: DALO), and thus a unit under the Ministry of Defence and the Danish public sector. It is likely that the Half Double Methodology has had a positive impact on FMI and their team collaboration. The procurement process is faster, which especially is evident in pilot case 3, but also the initial versions of pilot case 1 and 2. However, here, the cases were subject to external conditions which increased the duration. FMI experiences satisfaction from stakeholders involved in the procurement. This satisfaction is also present in most of the team members engaging with the methodology. Hence overall, integrating the Half Double Methodology in FMI’s team collaboration is perceived as a success in FMI and continues to be applied. However, there is still room for improvements in the procurement process and team configuration. This relates to the application of HDM, but also other constraints in FMI, which is related to a lack of resources to develop interdisciplinary teams, as well as challenges from covid-19 restrictions. The purpose of this report is to outline the evaluation and comparison approach and the knowledge obtained through a detailed data collection process, in order to examine the implementation and application of the Half Double Methodology (HDM) at Forsvarsministeriets Material- og Indkøbsstyrelse (FMI), as well as compare and contrast pilot and reference projects. State-owned FMI is the Danish Ministry of Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organization (English abbreviation: DALO), and thus a unit under the Ministry of Defence and the Danish public sector. It is likely that the Half Double Methodology has had a positive impact on FMI and their team collaboration. The procurement process is faster, which especially is evident in pilot case 3, but also the initial versions of pilot case 1 and 2. However, here, the cases were subject to external conditions which increased the duration. FMI experiences satisfaction from stakeholders involved in the procurement. This satisfaction is also present in most of the team members engaging with the methodology. Hence overall, integrating the Half Double Methodology in FMI’s team collaboration is perceived as a success in FMI and continues to be applied. However, there is still room for improvements in the procurement process and team configuration. This relates to the application of HDM, but also other constraints in FMI, which is related to a lack of resources to develop interdisciplinary teams, as well as challenges from covid-19 restrictions.

  • Restricted English
    Authors: 
    Khoshakhlagh, Hamidreza;
    Publisher: Aarhus Universitet
    Country: Denmark
  • Restricted English
    Authors: 
    Rohde, Victor Ulrich;
    Publisher: Department of Mathematics, Aarhus University
    Country: Denmark
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