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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
3370 Project RMP5455: Slowing the Flow at Pickering, Final Report to Defra, Forest Research The Project 'Slowing the Flow at Pickering' implements multiple natural flood risk measures including low level bunds, large woody debris dams, planting riparian and floodplain woodland, planting farm woodland, blocking moorland drains and establishing no-burn buffer zones, blocking forest drains and implementing farm-scale measures. The aim of the project is to show how land management measures can help to reduce flood risk from a river in the town and is implemented in close cooperation with local stakeholders. The project involved both the Pickering Beck and adjacent River Seven catchments, the description of measures described below relate to the former. Slowing the Flow at Pickering, UK
3371 WFD Surface Water Objectives 2012 Spreadsheet containing the classification status and environmental objectives for surface water bodies across all River Basin Districts in England and Wales. Slowing the Flow at Pickering, UK
3372 National River Flow Archive Data and catchment characteristics for Pickering Beck gauging station 27056 - Pickering Beck at Ings Bridge Slowing the Flow at Pickering, UK
3373 Potential Use of Runoff Attenuation Features in small Rural Catchments for Flood Mitigation Development of a number of small scale, low cost soft engineered flood reduction schemes, designed to store/attenuate rapid runoff in small rural catchments. Design and implimentation of a network of 35 NWRM measures in a Northumberland catchment. To aid understanding of how features impact on downstream flood hazard. Rural runoff attenuation in the Belford catchment, UK
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
3375 Belford catchment proactive flood soutions: storing and attenuating runoff on farms This paper represents the hydrological charateristics of the catchment, the design of pilot ponds and initial results Rural runoff attenuation in the Belford catchment, UK
3376 Runoff management: Mitigation measures for disconnecting flow pathways in the Belford Burn catchmen to reduce flood Risk This paper provides information on the NWRM features applied in the site Rural runoff attenuation in the Belford catchment, UK
3377 Runoff Attenuation Features - A guide for all those working in catchment Management This is a guide to runoff attenuation features (technical issues, environmental considerations etc) based on the work carried out as part of the Belford Catchment Solutions Project. Rural runoff attenuation in the Belford catchment, UK
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
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)
3380 DINA-MAR. La gestií³n de la recarga artificial de acuí­feros en el marco del desarrollo sostenible. Desarrollo tecnolí³gico. The publication shows the results of the years of aquifer recharged financed through the DINA MAR Project (from 2007 to 2010) Managed Aquifer Recharge in Los Arenales (Segovia, Spain)
3381 Rechargable sustainability: the key is the storage Between 2007 and mid-2011, the Tragsa Group has financed the project of R&D DINA-MAR, "Management of Aquifer Recharge within the framework of sustainable development". The project has been centered on studies related to aquifer management from different perspectives and on its potential for consolidation as an effective water management technique. Managed Aquifer Recharge in Los Arenales (Segovia, Spain)
3382 Recarga artificial de acuí­feros en cuencas fluviales. Aspectos cualitativos y medioambientales. Criterios técnicos derivados de la experiencia en la Cubeta de Santiuste (Segovia) This publication is a summary of a thesis; full thesis also available (ISBN:84-669-2800-6) Managed Aquifer Recharge in Los Arenales (Segovia, Spain)
3383 Proposicion de un sistema de caracterizacion de humedales degradados susceptibles de regeneracion hí­drica mediante operaciones de recarga artificial de acuí­feros En este artículo se analiza la viabilidad para la regeneración hídrica de dos humedales cercanos al dispositivo de recarga artificial de la Cubeta de Santiuste: la laguna de la Eras y de la Iglesia, en Villagonzalo de Coca. Estas han sido elegidas por haber une cierta presión social para ello, por ser viable técnica y legalmente y por ser humedales que pueden representar un “punto de partida” para que esta práctica se convierta en habitual. Para ello ha sido diseñada una ficha de control y definición del estado preoperacional de los humedales, que a su vez sirve de indicador medioambiental para el seguimiento de su evolución. Managed Aquifer Recharge in Los Arenales (Segovia, Spain)
3384 Cinco anos de recarga artificial en el acuí­fero de la Cubeta de Santiuste (Segovia) Se ha llevado a cabo el seguimiento durante los cinco años de funcionamiento del dispositivo de recarga artificial de acuíferos o Managed Aquifer Recharge (en adelante MAR) construido por el Ministerio de Agricultura (MAPA) y la Junta de Castilla y León (JCL) en la Cubeta de Santiuste (Segovia). En este periodo se han ido ejecutando mejoras derivadas de la experiencia con objeto de incrementar la tasa de infiltración y obtener una eficiencia mayor en el esquema tradicional de gestión hídrica para el regadío. Managed Aquifer Recharge in Los Arenales (Segovia, Spain)
3385 Contribution to the hydrogeological knowledge of an artificial recharge area based in hydrochemical investigation. Los Arenales site, Duero basin, Spain. Project site Managed Aquifer Recharge in Los Arenales (Segovia, Spain)
3386 Hydrogeological studies previous to the artificial recharge of Los Arenales aquifer, Duero basin (Spain) The intensive rate of groundwater exploitation in several areas of aquifer (Duero basin, Spain) during last four decades has originated a remarkable descent of water heads. As a consequence of this problem, the ministry of Agriculture of Spanish Government (MAPA) began several studies and inquiries based on artificial superficial recharge in order to minimize environmental impacts. Managed Aquifer Recharge in Los Arenales (Segovia, Spain)
3387 Bodrog demonstration Project - Component 2 - UNDP/GEF Tisza MSP - Making space for water in the Bodrog River Basin Reconstruction of the existing floodgate in confluence of dying bypass channel with Ziarovnicky stream and its ensuring to supply wetlands by water during the dry period and in case of flood events to facilitate the elimination of flood impact on this territory. Floodgate reconstruction, Slovakia
3388 Making space for Water in the Bodrog River Basin (SK-UA-HU) The Bodrog River Basin makes part of the Tisza River Basin and is shared by Slovakia, Hungary and Ukraine. Environmental problems and flood damages are increasing and putting pressures on the people - high time for a project of the UNDP / GEF to promote multiple benefits of wetlands and floodplains. Floodgate reconstruction, Slovakia
3389 KÖRÖS-ÉRI BELVíZFÅCSATORNA MEDERFEJLESZTÉSE ÉS REKONSTRUKCIÓJA Riverbed development and reconstruction of the Körös-stream drainage channel. “ Feasibility study Upgrade of the stream†™s water management structures to be able to cope with both water extremes: floods and water shortage. Reconnecting former floodplains at the estuary on a 2500 meter section. Upgrade of the sluices to be able to retain water and the cleaning of the flow bottlenecks to facilitate runoff at flood events. At the settlement section of the stream the development targeted to provide the necessary capacity to drain the residential area. Upstream of the settlement retention pond were created to control runoff through the town and store water. Multi-purpose water management development along the Körös-ér, Hungary
3390 Good practices handbook The INTERREG IVC project WATER CoRe (Water scarcity and droughts; coordinated actions in European regions) provides an exchange platform on water scarcity and drought issues. Due to climate change effects, water scarcity is foreseen to affect the European Union citizens on ecological, economic and social issues, at local and regional level. New and coordinated strategies and policies are required, to mitigate the climate change impact on our economy and our life. Thus, the main objective of the project is the exchange of experiences and the transfer of good practices between the regions partners in the project and the improvement of topic related management standards all around Europe. Multi-purpose water management development along the Körös-ér, Hungary
3391 Yearbook of the Middle Tisza District Water Directorate Multi-purpose water management development along the Körös-ér, Hungary
3392 Pilootprojecten Stroomgebied Voer This presentation gives a short graphical overview of two executed NWRM's on the Horstergrub river less than one on the Belgian side of the border, one on the Dutch side of the border. The NWRM on the Belgian side of the border is the discussed NWRM. Horstergrub sediment management, Belgium
3393 LIMNOTOP - The sustainable rehabilitation of the landfill site †œGreen technology† to reduce the environmental impact of landfill sites through a closed hydrological and pollution cycle to complement and exceed existing legislation in the promotion of sustainable landfilling technologies. LIMNOTOP: Eco-remediation near Ormoz, Slovenia