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Nid Title Abstract Case study
3489 Das Ackerrandstreifenprogramm Brochure presenting shortly the programme Field margins in Heilbronn, Germany
3488 Das Ackerrandstreifenprogramm This is the website of the programme. It contains short description of the programme as well as links to administrative documents (contracts, reglementation...) Field margins in Heilbronn, Germany
3263 Determination of important hydrological features for Oroklini Lake† Project LIFE10 NAT/CY/716 for BirdLife Cyprus as Beneficiary. Hydrological features for Oroklini Lake are determined such as ground- and surface water quantity and quality, integrity of existing embankment and spillway capacity, a water operation study of the lake and an assessment of water management works. Oroklini wetland restoration in Cyprus
3317 Die Deichrückverlegung bei Lenzen an der Elbe Interview with the project director. Dyke relocation on the river Elbe near Lenzen, Germany
3314 Die Deichrückverlegung bei Lenzen an der Elbe Entire journal dedicated to the project, giving details in particular from a hydraulic perspective. Dyke relocation on the river Elbe near Lenzen, Germany
3218 Different scales of analysis in classifying streams: from a multimetric towards an integrated system approach Two different approaches to define the ecological status of several catchments (NW Portugal) are compared. At a coarser scale, all the stream network was classed using GIS according to several variables related to: a) biotic indicators, such as native and exotic fish species, benthic biotic index and characteristics of the riparian corridor); b) chemical indicators of contamination, where an estimation of industrial and urban organic loads and water quality was included. This methodology is preceded by a typological classification so that a determination of the ecological status can be made separately of each of the physical units integrated in the watercourse. Natural bank stabilization and riparian buffer galleries along the Odelouca River, Portugal
3368 Dijkteruglegging Lent In the vicinity of Lent the existing dike is moved land inwards and in this new area a new trench is dug. This will widen the river bend between Nijmegen and Lent and will assure better water flow off during high tide situations. The estimated drop in water levels in extreme situation is up to 35 cm. Room for the River: Nijmegen dike relocation, Netherlands
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)
3356 Directirces y recomendaciones técnicas para la conservacion del vison Europeo y sus hábitats "Technical recommendations and guidelines for the conservation of the European mink and its habitats" Restoration actions carried out to restore the river habitats of interest to conservation Fluvial and ecosystem restoration of the Arga-Aragon Rivers, Spain
3222 Directive 2000/60/EC of the European Parliament: establishing a framework for Community action in the field of water policy Directive 2000/60/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 October 2000 establishing a framework for Community action in the field of water policy Natural bank stabilization and riparian buffer galleries along the Odelouca River, Portugal
3534 DOPPS - Restoring and conserving habitats and birds in Skocjanski Zatok N.R. Restoration was done by improving the lagoon's water circulation, through the removal of sediments, the creation of a new marsh, flooding an area previously used for agriculture and the installation of equipment to control and regulate the inflow and outflow of water. DOPPS - Restoring and conserving habitats and birds in Skocjanski Zatok Nature Reserve, Slovenia
3409 Drainage area study of Hradec Kralove The Drainage Area Study of city of Hradec Kralove is project, which going to be finished during year 2011. The project area covers not only the city of Hradec Kralove itself, but it includes the basin of small rivers and creeks flowing through the city as a part of urban drainage system. Main project task is focused to the assessment of the future condition of the storm water management in accordance with the sustainable development principles. One of the project goals is development and implementation of Best Management Practices for application of storm water management into the City‘s Development Plan as its integral part. Drainage management in the city of Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic
3407 Drainage Area Study of the city of Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic, and its utilization for urban planning †“Removal or sinking of existing curbs, †“ Lowering or adjustment of the surface, †“ Transfer of stormwater from the area of street inlets to decentralized devices, †“ Taking apart gutters and street inlets within green areas Drainage management in the city of Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic
3408 Drainage Area Study of the city of Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic, and its utilization for urban planning Drainage Area Study of the city of Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic, and its utilization for urban planning of Hradec Kralove and adjacent regions is a large water management project defining concept of stormwater management in the region in accordance with the sustainability principles. The goal of the study was to link rules and criteria of sustainable stormwater management with urban planning. In the framework of the study a complex assessment of the current status of water management including the risk of flooding was performed, potential of the existing development to approach pre-urbanization runoff behavior was evaluated and conditions of stormwater management in the planned development were specified. Drainage management in the city of Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic
3221 EC (92/43/EEC) Council Directive on the conservation of natural habitats and of wild fauna and flora European Directive http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=CELEX:31992L0043:EN:HTML Natural bank stabilization and riparian buffer galleries along the Odelouca River, Portugal
3225 Ecological assessment of an intermittent Mediterranean river using community structure and function: evaluating the role of different organism groups. Reliable lotic ecological monitoring requires knowledge of river typology, environmental factors, the effect of stressors known here as 'pressures' and appropriate indicators of anthropogenically induced change. We sampled benthic macroinvertebrate, fish, bird and macrophyte communities along an intermittent Mediterranean river and analysed community structure (relative abundance) and function (metrics) relative to environmental and pressure gradients in order to identify suitable indicator group (s) for future monitoring. Natural bank stabilization and riparian buffer galleries along the Odelouca River, Portugal
3255 Ecological Improvement Project in the Órbigo River (Stretch I) ECRR (European Centre for River Restoration) Newsletter. Includes information about the Órbigo River Restoration Project. Órbigo River ecological status improvement, Spain
3511 Ecological Reconstruction works - Pochina Lake Project description Ecological Restoration of Pochina Lake, Romania
3507 Ecological reconstruction works – Vlascuta Lake Project description Ecological Restoration of Vlascuta Lake, Romania
3506 Ecological Reconstruction Works– Vlascuta Lake Description of the project Ecological Restoration of Vlascuta Lake, Romania
3517 Ecological restoration in Czech Republic The main objectives of the mire restoration programme were: (i)restoration of natural (or near-natural) mire hydrology; (ii) enhancement of peat-forming vegetation and processes, (iii) conservation of natural mire biodiversity; and (iv) involvement of the public into local mire conservation. Regarding hydrology, the aim of the restoration was to raise the water table to a natural (pre-drainage) level, decrease the /uctuations, and retain su1cient water in the mires especially during the driest periods. Mire restoration within the Sumava National Park, Czech Republic
3273 Ecological restoration in Czech Republic Reestablish the stream channel natural conditions; correct hydrological and hydrogeological parameters regarding a better soil retention, lower channel discharge, higher groundwater level; and restore the biodiviersity of fauna and flora Restoration of the Cerny Potok stream, Czech-Republic
3533 Ecological restoration in Czech Republic Restoration of a raised bog almost completely destroyed by industrial peat mining. Establishment of wetland communities and peatforming vegetation with possible return of relict peatbog species Restoration of the Sumava peatbog, Czech Republic
3437 Ecological Restoration of Comana Wetlands - Giurgiu County, Cod SMIS - CSNR 6725 Project Finances, Value, Duration, Localisation, Objective, Activities Restoration on Comana wetlands, Romania
3515 Ecological Restoration of Mata-Radeanu Complex The Lower Prut Floodplain Natural Park is the entrance of the Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve. It lies on the flyway route of hundreds of migratory birds. The ecological importance of the park has been recognised at national as well as international levels.The project objective is to improve the conservation status of 13 priority and more than 50 non-priority bird species listed in the Birds Directive and present in the Lower Prut Floodplain Natural Park. A main aim is to resolve the environmental problems caused by human activities such as agriculture, pasturage, fishery and tourism in and around the Park. To deal with the degradation of hydrological structures, the project also aims to re-establish the ecological balance of the lakes, including improvement of the water level and its maintenance. The results of the project are linked by the designation of Mata – Radeanu Complex as Special Protected Area NATURA 2000 within The Lower Prut Floodplain Natural Park. Through the ecological restoration works at Mata – Radeanu Complex, the water level is maintained so the habitats are protected as in drought period so in the floods ones. Ecological Restoration of Mata Radeanu, Romania

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