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3291 The regulation of stream water quality and flow by a forested wetland, Kylmäojankorpi, Vantaa. The Kylmäojankorpi case study represents a research work which aimed to assess whether and how existing forested wetland improves and regulates stream water quality and flow. Kylmäojankorpi forested wetland, Vantaa, Finland
3292 Ciobarciu Wetland Project website Includes general infromation about the project, area description, ecological rehabilitation, description of the wetland and project implementation Wetland restoration in Ciobarciu, Romania
3293 Restoring Europe's Rivers - Case Study Ciobarciu Wetland Project Case study pesentation with additional deatails Wetland restoration in Ciobarciu, Romania
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
3295 The Costuleni Wetland Project Plan Project concept including project objectives, planning and organization, budget and financing Wetland restoration in Ciobarciu, Romania
3296 Pilot info Pilot info prepared for the project website Wetland restoration in Ciobarciu, Romania
3297 Evaluation report Ciobarciu Wetland Report presenting the main lessons of the project, especially regarding stakeholder participation. It does so by first giving an introduction to the project and explaining the method of the evaluation (chapter 1). It then goes through the results of the project (chapter 2), following the project†™s objectives as described in the project document and quoted in the introduction (chapter 1) of this report. Wetland restoration in Ciobarciu, Romania
3298 Ciobarciu Wetland Pilot Project on ecological Reconstruction Prezentation of the pilot project at the Final Wetlands Workshop of UNDP/GEF Danube Regional Project Wetland restoration in Ciobarciu, Romania
3299 ECRR Addressing practitioners Presents among others as good case study from Romania the Ciobarciu wetland - first step to netwrok wetlands Wetland restoration in Ciobarciu, Romania
3300 How to facilitate the transfer of wtaer management knowledge Lessons from Dutch-Romanian project experiences for project implementers, advisors and financers The booklet presents some of the Dutch experiences with transferring knowledge in international collaborative water projects. One of teh case studie is the Ciobarciu wetland project and includes data from the evaluation from 2011. Wetland restoration in Ciobarciu, Romania
3301 Transferring Water Management Knwoledge How actors, interaction and context influence the effectiveness of Dutch-funded project in Romania Thesis as a result of the collaboratiion of the Faculty of Engineering Technology, Department of Water Engineering and Ma nagement (www.utwente.nl/ctw/wem/) and the School of Management and Governance, CSTM: Twente Centre for Studies in Technology andSustainable Development (www.utwente.nl/mb/cstm/). Reflection and discussion part includes also the Ciobarciu case study Wetland restoration in Ciobarciu, Romania
3302 Rivers by Design Guide for planners, designers and developers, Provides practical advice and information on restoring and protecting rivers and sharing best practice case study examples of projects that have been successfully implemented across Europe. Wetland restoration in Ciobarciu, Romania
3304 Ecological Restoration Project "Ciobarciu-Costuleni" (Iasi-Romania): Monitoring of the Birds' Fauna Evolution The study is the results of a birds' monitoring program started during the spring of the year 2007 and that is going on, in order to propose this new wetland for a protected status in the national Natura 2000 network. Wetland restoration in Ciobarciu, Romania
3305 CONFERENCE "ECOLOGICALNETWORKS" Introduction to experiences and approaches Includes prezentation on the wetlands in the Prut basin, among others the Ciobarciu wetland project Wetland restoration in Ciobarciu, Romania
3306 River Basin Management Plan Prut-Barlad General presentation of the basin, Characterization, Identification of the protected areas, Monitoring, Environmenatl objectives, Economic analysis, programme of Measures, etc. Wetland restoration in Ciobarciu, Romania
3307 Sustainable stormwater management at Fornebu “ from an airport to an industrial and residential area of the city of Oslo, Norway Sustainable stormwater management and green infrastructure in Fornebu, Norway
3308 From airport to sustainable community sustainable Fornebu The refurbishment of the 340-hectare Fornebu site – Oslo’s airport until 1998 – is one of Norway’s largest and most ambitious development projects, including new housing, businesses, recreation and conservation projects. One of two landowners at Fornebu, the Norwegian state, and its organ for construction and land development, Statsbygg (Norwegian Directorate of Public Construction and Property), have been heavily involved in work on Fornebu since 1995. Sustainable stormwater management and green infrastructure in Fornebu, Norway
3309 The aesthetic performance of urban landscape-based stormwater management systems: a review of twenty projects in northern Europe Driven by the challenge of adapting cities to climate change, stormwater management is high on the agenda of landscape architectural practice. This article aims to set light on associated landscape changes, presenting and evaluating twenty Northern European stormwater management projects with a specific view on their aesthetic performance. Five key parameters form the base for the analysis. These include 1) terrain changes, 2) construction and maintenance, 3) site history and context, 4) water dynamics and dimensioning, and 5) stormwater accentuation. Observations are illustrated by exemplary photos, arranged and discussed among varying cases. The study indicates that visible stormwater management enhances the experience of local terrain. However, stormwater management is weak as a main design feature and staging water ‘at any cost’ results in unsettled designs. Successful projects include only a few key water features and focus on programmatic interaction within the specific context. Sustainable stormwater management and green infrastructure in Fornebu, Norway
3310 Nottingham Green Streets †“ Retrofit Rain Garden Project Detailed summary note on the Rain garden project, costs, lessons learnt etc Rain gardens for the Day Brook, UK
3311 La nature mise en valeur The document is presenting the overal project (river restoration, extensiv agriculture development, etc.) and its impact on biodiversity. Alzette river restoration in Dumonshaff, Luxembourg
3312 Auenschutz - Hochwasserschutz - Wasserkraftnutzung. Beispiele für eine ökologisch vorbildliche Praxis Book describing a list of good practice examples of protection of floodplains, flood protection and hydropower use - mainly from Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Dyke relocation on the river Elbe near Lenzen, Germany
3313 Ljubljanica Connects Project description Establishing connectivity in the Ljubljanica river, Slovenia
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
3315 Naturschutzgroßprojekt Lenzener Elbtalaue Website of the project. Dyke relocation on the river Elbe near Lenzen, Germany
3316 Hochwasser: Rückverlegung des Deichs bewährt sich Eine renaturierte Auenlandschaft mit großer Artenvielfalt und ein wirksamer Schutz vor Hochwasser – das sind die Ergebnisse des Naturschutzgroßprojekts „Lenzener Elbtalaue“. Unter der Leitung des Biologen Dr. Christian Damm vom KIT wurde der Elbdeich bei Lenzen (Brandenburg) ins Hinterland verlegt. Das bis jetzt größte Rückdeichungsprojekt Deutschlands hat nun eine wichtige Bewährungsprobe bestanden: Beim Elbe-Hochwasser 2013 hat die Überflutungsfläche zwischen altem und neuem Deich das Umland vor Schäden bewahrt.Eine renaturierte Auenlandschaft mit großer Artenvielfalt und ein wirksamer Schutz vor Hochwasser – das sind die Ergebnisse des Naturschutzgroßprojekts „Lenzener Elbtalaue“. Unter der Leitung des Biologen Dr. Christian Damm vom KIT wurde der Elbdeich bei Lenzen (Brandenburg) ins Hinterland verlegt. Das bis jetzt größte Rückdeichungsprojekt Deutschlands hat nun eine wichtige Bewährungsprobe bestanden: Beim Elbe-Hochwasser 2013 hat die Überflutungsfläche zwischen altem und neuem Deich das Umland vor Schäden bewahrt. Dyke relocation on the river Elbe near Lenzen, Germany

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