M. Vafiadis, D. Tolikas, and D. Koutsoyiannis, HYDROSCOPE: The new Greek national database system for meteorological, hydrological and hydrogeological information, 2nd International Conference on Flow Regimes from International Experimental and Network Data, Braunschweig, doi:10.13140/RG.2.1.3182.8726, UNESCO, 1993.
The HYDROSCOPE is a Greek national wide research programme, co-financed by the European Community, as a STRIDE programme, aiming to the constitution of a Greek National Database System for Meteorological, Hydrological and Hydrogeological Information. The HYDROSCOPE Database design and functional characteristics are carefully chosen among the front line of the contemporary state of the art in the domain of Database design and development, and the whole undertaking constitute by its originality an advanced applied research programme. This database would represent by its technical characteristics the state of the art in database system, by means of modern electronic database technology and conceptual design. All the major hydrometeorological data collecting Services and supervising Ministries, University Divisions and Research Institutes, as well as the most important users of these data in Greece are participating in this programme.