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3379 2002-2012, una década de recarga gestionada. Acuí­fero de la Cubeta de Santiuste (Castilla y Leon) The book gathers the experience of 10 years of the implementation of managed aquifer recharge in a local aquifer (Cubeta de Santiuste) in Spain. Managed Aquifer Recharge in Los Arenales (Segovia, Spain)
3454 A bivaly-rehabilitácios területek elemzése a Nagyszéksos-To és a Tanaszi-semlyék eltérÅ‘ biotopjain Analysis of buffalo driven landscape rehabilitation projects Water supply and rehabilitation in Nagyszeksos-to Southern Hungary
3539 About the project The hydrological conditions will be improved, overgrowth and invasive alien fish species will be removed in Gornji kal and Mura oxbow lakes, destruction of endangered habitats and the disturbance of endangered species will be prevented by building footpaths in Zelenci and in Pohorje bogs, guidelines for management of pilot areas will be prepared and integrated into sector plans, which will ensure a sustainable conservation of pilot areas. Field actions will be supported by awareness raising action both on national and local level. WETMAN - Conservation and management of freshwater, Slovenia
3448 ABP MER news ABP MER website - news section Lippenbroek Regulated Tidal Exchange Scheme, Belgium
3402 Action Plan for Renaturation of watercourses in the area of Cerknica Lake (Akcijski plan renaturacije vodotokov na območju Cerkniškega jezera) - available in Slovenian language The document consists of historical overview of developments at Cerknica Lake, changed water regime and its consequences, and detailed action plan for renaturation of watercourses of Cerknica Lake. Conservation on Lake Cerknica, Slovenia
3348 A FEKETE-KÖRÖS ERDEINEK VíZPÓTLÁSA ÉS 15 ÉVES ÖKOLÓGIAI EREDMÉNYEI Restoration of floodplain watercourse network to provide surface water supply to the forest from backwater of flood waves on the river Körös. During the execution of the job there came into being a 38.8 km long water-flow and a free water surface of 15.7 hectares. The work touched a forest area of more than 400 hectares with a direct positive ecological impact. During the execution of the system we were able to renovate partially a forest area damaged more than about 150 years ago. Habitat Reconstruction in the forests of the Körös Valley, Hungary
3374 A framework for managing runoff and pollution in the rural landscape using a Catchment Systems Engineering approach Here a framework for applying a CSE approach to the catchment is shownin a step by step guide to implementing mitigation measures in the Belford Burn catchment. The framework is based around engagement with catchment stakeholders. Rural runoff attenuation in the Belford catchment, UK
3457 "After us, the desert and the deluge" In a short period of 18 months the villages and towns involved in the Programme carried out about 80 thausand different water retention elments in degraded landscape. Landscape revitalisation program in Slovakia
3490 Agrarumweltprogramm der Stadt HeilbronnAktualisierte Richtlinie für das AckerrandstreifenprogrammStaatliche Beihilfe Nummer N539/2009, 2010-2013 Reglementation concerning the field margins programme Field margins in Heilbronn, Germany
3378 Aménagement des berges en génie végétal et mise en place de zones annexes sur la Scarpe canalisée à Arras Revitalisation of the Scarpe river by changing the riverbanks from grey to green infrastructure and connection of hydraulic annexes to enhance water storage. Revitalisation of riverbanks and connection of hydraulic annexes alongside the Scarpe river in France
3453 A MÓRAHALMI NAGYSZÉKSÓS-TÓ VíZKÉMIAI VIZSGíLATAINAK ELEMZÉSE Overview of the water quality monitoring results of the lake (HURO/0901/207/2.2.2 project) Water supply and rehabilitation in Nagyszeksos-to Southern Hungary
3432 Analysis of inadequate water quality of the Vonarje reservoir / Sutla Lake and the possibility of restoration and utilisation. The model for the Sutla (Sotla) river and the Sutlansko Lake reservoir applies a life-cycle concept with the the DPSIR framework approach. The Vonarje flood storage reservoir in Croatia
3220 An analysis of the effect of river bank slope and unsaturated flow in the bank storage process Understanding the underlying mechanics of bank storage and return flow is important for quantifying the contributions of event water and groundwater in sustaining streamflow during dry periods. Analytical models have been widely used to estimate the impacts of bank storage, but are often based on assumptions of conditions that are rarely found in. Natural bank stabilization and riparian buffer galleries along the Odelouca River, Portugal
3492 An integrated approach towards assessing the feasibility of domestic rainwater harvesting in Malta This paper explores the potential of small scale domestic rainwater harvesting on the island of Malta by taking an integrated look at the physical, social, and economic environments. It explores the extent to which domestic rainwater harvesting has been forgotten despite the fact of it being embedded within Malta†™s history for centuries. The study closely examines the cost-effectiveness of this technology both at a local and national scale and teases out the hurdles that have brought about its rejection by means of residential and water professional interviews. Domestic rainwater harvesting in Malta
3431 Annexe 12 - Planning Schéma de gestion de l'ill 2014-2024 Overview on costs River basin management of the Ill, France
3416 Application of the water erosion prediction project (WEPP) in olive orchards on Vertic soil with different management conditions The WEPP model was evaluated using monthly runoff and erosion data collected from an experiment in an olive orchard on a Vertic soil during four hydrological years, comparing three different soil management systems: no tillage with bare soil (NT), conventional tillage (CT), and cover crop (CC). These three systems differed greatly in average annual runoff and soil losses. Cover Crops and No-Tillage in an Olive Grove (Andalusia, Spain)
3485 Approval for environmental terms for implementation of forest hydroeconomy works in mountainous areas in part of the river basin of Xiropotamos The retention measures include afforastation and planting as well as construction of small scale dams to decrease the stream gradient in order to decrease soil erosion and flood events. Increasing water retention through afforestation, landscaping and reducing the stream gradient in Xiropotamos River Basin, Greece
3224 A predictive modelling tool for assessing climate, land use and hydrological change on reservoir physicochemical and biological properties. The measures implemented focus on the use of bio-engineering or natural techniques for rehabilitation of riparian buffer zones and river banks Natural bank stabilization and riparian buffer galleries along the Odelouca River, Portugal
3275 a river reborn: Restoring the Quaggy River and tackling flooding Summary of restoration work as part of flood alleviation scheme Restoring the River Quaggy in London, UK
3473 Artificial groundwater recharge practice in Cyprus: The Yermasoyia aquifer. The local experience with recharge activities with emphasis on Germasogeia aquifer is presented. These activities have been carried out in order to solve particular problems of augmenting groundwater supply rather than researching the technique itself. Germasogeia riverbed artificial groundwater recharge in Cyprus
3228 A simple field method for assessing the ecological quality of riparian habitat in rivers and streams: QBR index. An index of riparian quality useful for the management of streams and rivers is presented. The purpose of the index is to provide managers with a simple method to evaluate riparian habitat quality. The index is easy to calculate and can be used together with any other index of water quality to assess the ecological status of streams and rivers. It may also be a useful tool for defining ‘high ecological status’ under the EC Water Framework Directive. Natural bank stabilization and riparian buffer galleries along the Odelouca River, Portugal
3369 Assessing the environmental impact of artificial recharge by highly polished treated effluent on an unconfined aquifer system Assess the impact of artificial recharge on the qualitative and quantitative status of groundwater by assessing the changes in water level and water quality in wells located in the immediate area of the artificial recharge zone. Aquifer recharge in Malta
3470 Assessing the impact of mire restoration on agricultural productivity: An interim progress report Report on the initial results of analysis of sward quality and parasites of re-wetting comparing sites with blocked and unblocked drainage ditches Exmoor Mires peatland restoration, UK
3217 Assessment of instream structures for habitat improvement for two critically endangered fish species River ecosystems have witnessed a long history of human pressure, particularly the disruption of freshwater fish populations. The awareness of this situation has led to many habitat improvement projects, with a variable degree of success. Natural bank stabilization and riparian buffer galleries along the Odelouca River, Portugal
3294 A String of Pearls: Towards Restoration of Wetland Values in the Prut Basin Keynote paper he "River Restoration 2004" conference presenting the concept of the "string of pearls" ecological restoration concept and in more details the pilot project Ciobarciu (Costuleni) project Wetland restoration in Ciobarciu, Romania

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