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3394 Sustainable Rehabilitation of the Landfill Site Demonstration of an innovative techniqueof landfill rehabilitation which enables further waste degradation after the landfill closure, thus attaining stabilisation of waste before the end of the useful life of liner materials. A closed hydraulic and pollution cycle was applied in the system of the landfill. LIMNOTOP: Eco-remediation near Ormoz, Slovenia
3395 Trajnostna sanacija odlagališÄa odpadkov Brief description of the project - Slovene language LIMNOTOP: Eco-remediation near Ormoz, Slovenia
3396 Ecoremediation of degraded soils and sediments Advantages of ecoremendiation of degraded soils and contaminated sediments LIMNOTOP: Eco-remediation near Ormoz, Slovenia
3397 Chemin du Vieux-clos: étang de rétention et biotope The concerned plot was part of ponds area before 1930. It has been classified as agricultural land. In 1990, it became a urban plot; water management became an issue and the solution found was to create a pond. Retention pond in Chêne Bougerie, Switzerland
3398 Cerknisko Jezero - Intermittent Cerknica Lake, Project Description The project aimed to ensure long-term favourable conditions for the conservation of turloughs and other endangered habitat types and associated plant and animal species at Lake Cerknica. It simultaneously sought to promote an even development of local agriculture, forestry, fishing, tourism, recreation and education in accordance with natural values. Conservation on Lake Cerknica, Slovenia
3399 Case study: LIFE 06 NAT/SLO/000069 Intermittent Lake Cerknica In 2006 Notranjska Regional Park acquired financial support from European programme LIFE †“ Nature for project LIFE 06. The purpose of this project was the establishment of appropriate conditions for protection and conservation of animal and plant species and their habitats on Lake Cerknica. Factors that threaten the biodiversity on Lake Cerknica are modified watercourses, abandoning of meadow mowing and deficient knowledge of nature and its conservation. Conservation on Lake Cerknica, Slovenia
3400 Project web site Project web site contains the Detailed project presentation (summary, threats, purpose and goals, actions and achievements), Description of the project area, List of available documents, Newsletters, Didactic game, Contacts, ... Conservation on Lake Cerknica, Slovenia
3401 Notranjski regijski park, Layman's Report Layman's Report (project report intended for wider public) presents background, goals and purpose of the project, planned solutions, actions and result. At the end it describes the meaning and the message of the project. Conservation on Lake Cerknica, Slovenia
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
3403 Minimum Tillage Field Trials in Lower Austria Project on several testing sides: application of directseeding, mulchseeding and conventional tillage. No Tillage Field Trials in lower Austria
3404 conserving soil treatment systems- trials in Lower Austria Summary of several field trials in Lower Austria Comparison of conventional tillage, mulchseeding and no tillage regarding Mykotoxins, yield,erosion etc. No Tillage Field Trials in lower Austria
3405 Telephone -Interview with PhD Josef Rosner Telephone interview given by PhD Josef Rosner on Monday 28/04/2014 No Tillage Field Trials in lower Austria
3406 Economic aspects of mulch and direct seeding- reduction of soil treatment, which changes in the operational result have to be expected? comparison of different soil treating systems (conventional tillage, mulchseeding and direct seeding). By reducing tillage savings are possible. This is shown for different crops. No Tillage Field Trials in lower Austria
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
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
3410 Contrat de rivières transfrontalier du sud-ouest lémanique 2006-2012, Etude, bilan, évaluation et prospective, phase 1: état des lieux initial et final The report presents the results of the Contrat de rivière project, which includes Heramnce restoration project. It details initial state and final state regarding indicators linked to water quality, hydromorphological status etc Restoration of river Hermance, France
3411 www.symasol.fr The website presents all the projects the SYMASOL is responsible for, particularly the Contrat de rivière in which frame this precise measure take place. Restoration of river Hermance, France
3412 Contrat de rivières transfrontalier du sud-ouest lémanique 2006-2012, Etude, bilan, évaluation et prospective, phase 2: bilan technique et financier The reports presents the technical and financial results of the Contrat de rivière project Restoration of river Hermance, France
3413 Kretinga Special plan and Stormwater Treatment, Akmena-Dane, Lithuania, Report 4.3.3. †¢ This is the first time that this type of ecological adapted stormwater investments have been implemented in Lithuania. If they function as well as predicted and can be disseminated through appropriate channels, there should be good possibilities to introduce similar investments in other Lithuanian towns. †¢ The stormwater Special Plan developed introduces a new approach towards more sustainable stormwater solution from an environmental perspective. A next step would be to introduce likewise Special Plans in other towns/cities in the south Baltic Sea area. If more towns would follow the example by Kretinga this could, in a long term, have a significant positive impact of decreasing harmful substances to the Baltic Sea. Ecological adapted stormwater treatment in Kretinga town, Lithuania
3414 Soil management effects on runoff, erosion and soil properties in an olive grove of Southern Spain. Rainfall, runoff and soil loss from 6 m × 12 m plots were recorded during 7 years (2000†“2006) in an experiment in which three different soil management systems were compared in a young olive grove installed on a heavy clay soil, near Cordoba, Southern Spain. No-tillage (NT) system, kept weed-free with herbicides, cover crop (CC) of barley, and conventional tillage (CT). Cover Crops and No-Tillage in an Olive Grove (Andalusia, Spain)
3415 Hydrological and erosive response of a small catchment under olivecultivation in a vertic soil during a five-year period: Implications forsustainability Monitoring results during five hydrological years representative of the typical climate conditions in the region, in a commercial olive farm on a vertic soil with a soil management basedon limited tillage and growing of natural weed vegetation along the traffic lanes. Cover Crops and No-Tillage in an Olive Grove (Andalusia, Spain)
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)
3417 Curve number values for olive orchards under different soil management A physically based runoff model for olive orchards at a hillslope scale was used to generate rainfall†“runoff relationships for different scenarios of soil type (four), tree size (two), tree spacing (two), antecedent soil moisture (three), and soil management (11) for a 140-m-long and 5% steep hillslope. Cover Crops and No-Tillage in an Olive Grove (Andalusia, Spain)
3418 The influence of cover crops and tillage on water and sediment yield, and on nutrient, and organic matter losses in an olive orchard on a sandy loam soil Rainfall, runoff, sediments, nutrient and organic carbon losses from 8 × 60 m plots were measured during four hydrological years (2002†“2007) in a field trial, in which two different soil management systems were used to confirm this hypothesis: a cover crop (CC), and conventional tillage (CT) near Seville, southern Spain. Cover Crops and No-Tillage in an Olive Grove (Andalusia, Spain)

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