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Session3.2 pp2 alessandro vianello_wp7
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Session3.2 pp2 alessandro vianello_wp7
Session3.2 pp2 alessandro vianello_wp7
Session3.2 pp2 alessandro vianello_wp7
Session3.2 pp2 alessandro vianello_wp7
Session3.2 pp2 alessandro vianello_wp7
Session3.2 pp2 alessandro vianello_wp7
Session3.2 pp2 alessandro vianello_wp7
Session3.2 pp2 alessandro vianello_wp7
Session3.2 pp2 alessandro vianello_wp7
Session3.2 pp2 alessandro vianello_wp7
Session3.2 pp2 alessandro vianello_wp7
Session3.2 pp2 alessandro vianello_wp7
Session3.2 pp2 alessandro vianello_wp7
Session3.2 pp2 alessandro vianello_wp7
Session3.2 pp2 alessandro vianello_wp7
Session3.2 pp2 alessandro vianello_wp7
Session3.2 pp2 alessandro vianello_wp7
Session3.2 pp2 alessandro vianello_wp7
Session3.2 pp2 alessandro vianello_wp7
Session3.2 pp2 alessandro vianello_wp7
Session3.2 pp2 alessandro vianello_wp7
Session3.2 pp2 alessandro vianello_wp7
Session3.2 pp2 alessandro vianello_wp7
Session3.2 pp2 alessandro vianello_wp7
Session3.2 pp2 alessandro vianello_wp7
Session3.2 pp2 alessandro vianello_wp7
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  • 1. SHARE MCA experimentation in different alpinePilot Case Studies supported by SESAMO softwareProject final meetingAosta – Italy, 24th May 2012AuthorDr. Alessandro VianelloARPA VenetoSHARE, Final meeting – Aosta – Italy, 24th May 2012
  • 2. SHARE PILOT CASE STUDIES Project Partner Pilot Case Study Dora Baltea LP Arpa VdA Chalamy PP1 Regione Piemonte Dora Riparia - Chisone Cordevole - Cordon PP2 ArpaV Astico PP4 - PP5 E_Zavod + Ljubljana University Sava - Kokra PP6 TUG Mur PP7 - PP11 Innsbruck University Inn PP9 Grenoble University Arc-Isère PP10 GERES Var PP11 Stuttgart University LechSHARE, Final meeting – Aosta – Italy, 24th May 2012
  • 3. PPs – Pilot Case Studies PP1 – CHISONE (116 km2) 1 existing HP LP – DORA BALTEA (802 km2) 4 HP along Dora Baltea + 1 HP along Chalamy riverSHARE, Final meeting – Aosta – Italy, 24th May 2012
  • 4. PPs – Pilot Case Studies Cordon stream Withdrawal point PP2 – ASTICO (536 km2) 1 existing HP SHP PP2 – CORDON (7.7 km2) 1 existing SHP + 1 planned SHPSHARE, Final meeting – Aosta – Italy, 24th May 2012
  • 5. PPs – Pilot Case Studies PP6 – MUR (1360 km2) 4 existing HP PP4&PP5 KOKRA (128 km2) 1 planned HPSHARE, Final meeting – Aosta – Italy, 24th May 2012
  • 6. PPs – Pilot Case Studies PP7 – INN (9313 km2) 1 existing HPSHARE, Final meeting – Aosta – Italy, 24th May 2012
  • 7. PPs – Pilot Case Studies ARC river PP9 - ARC-ISERE (11800 km2) HP systemSHARE, Final meeting – Aosta – Italy, 24th May 2012
  • 8. PPs – Pilot Case Studies PP11 – LECH (1800 km2) 1 existing HP PP10 – VAR (346 km2) many SHPsSHARE, Final meeting – Aosta – Italy, 24th May 2012
  • 9. PPs-PCS – HP plants Pilot Case Study ex ante / ex post Catchment area (km2) HP installed power (MW) La Salle (Champagne II) 27.0 MW Nus (Saint-Clair) 31.0 MW Dora Baltea 5 existing plants 802.0 Saint Clair (Montjovet) 50.0 MW Montjovet (Hone I) 18.5 MW Bard (Bard) 3.2 MW Chalamy 1 existing plant 47.0 Champdepraz 2.3 MW Chisone 1 existing plant 116.0 Pourrières 17.0 MW Cordon 1 existing plant + 1 planned plant 7.7 (6.9) 0.19 MW Astico 1 existing plant 536.4 Bessè 2.88 MW Sava (Kokra) 1 planned plant 128.0 1.0 MW Bodendorf 7.0 MW 1360.0 St. Georgen 6.0 MW Mur 4 existing plants (Bodendorf) Murau 4.4 MW Untzmarkt 4.6 MW Inn 1 existing plant 9313.0 Kirchbichl 24.0 MW Arc-Isère big existing HP plants system 11800.0 2520.0 MW Var micro - HP plants 346.5 < 1.0 MW Lech 1 existing plant 1200.0 Dessau 10.3 MWSHARE, Final meeting – Aosta – Italy, 24th May 2012
  • 10. PPs-PCS – HPP and Alternatives Project Partner Pilot Case Study HPP Alternatives Dora Baltea 5 existent plants MIF release amount LP ArpaVdA Chalamy 1 existent plant MIF release amount planned plant PP1 Regione Piemonte Chisone 1 existent plant configuration/management Cordon 1 existent plant + planned plant configuration PP2 ArpaV (Cordevole) 1 planned plant Astico 1 existent plant MIF release amount E-Zavod & Ljubljana MIF release amount PP4 & PP5 Kokra (Sava) 1 planned plant University (+ planned plant configuration) PP6 TUG Mur 4 existent plants sediment management MIF release amount Innsbruck University & PP7 & PP11 Inn 1 existent plant + plant configuration change Stuttgart University (fish ladder) discharge and sediment PP9 Grenoble University Arc-Isère existent plants management discharge and sediment PP10 Geres Var micro HP plants management hydropeaking discharge PP11 Stuttgart University Lech 1 existent plant managementSHARE, Final meeting – Aosta – Italy, 24th May 2012
  • 11. PPs-PCS – HP plantsSHARE, Final meeting – Aosta – Italy, 24th May 2012
  • 12. PPs-PCS – HP plantsSHARE, Final meeting – Aosta – Italy, 24th May 2012
  • 13. PPs-PCS – HPP and Alternatives• ANALYSIS OF THE MCA ALTERNATIVES ► TWO MAIN GROUPS  Existent hydropower plants - Sediment management - Discharge management (MIF, hydropeaking)  Planned hydropower plants - Location - StructureSHARE, Final meeting – Aosta – Italy, 24th May 2012
  • 14. MCA application spatial scale• “Large” application scale • “Little” application scale – Dora Riparia-Chisone (PP1) – Lech (PP11) ► It considers the HP effect both ► Effects of different HP and in the derived reach and in the water release management reach downstream the release – Astico (PP2) – Arc-Isère (PP9) ► Effects of different MIF amount ► It considers the whole river on the derived reach basin – Inn (PP7) – Mur (PP6) ► Effects of different MIF amount ► It consideres a sequence of 4 on the derived reach HPP, involving a 40 km long – Chalamy (LP) river reach ► Effects of different MIF amount – Kokra (PP4-PP5) on the derived reach ► It considers the insertion of a – Dora Baltea (LP) new SHP inside an existing ► Effects of different MIF amount long sequence of SHPs on the derived reach – Cordon (PP2) ► It considers the exploitment of a longer river reach, in comparison with the existing situationSHARE, Final meeting – Aosta – Italy, 24th May 2012
  • 15. HPP locations Is the Hydropower Plant installed on a little stream or is it installed on a big river? Upper basin or lower basin? • Whole basin • Upper basin • Lower basin – Kokra (PP4-PP5) – Dora Baltea (LP)  Arc-Isère (PP9) – Cordon (PP2) – Dora Riparia-Chisone (PP1) – Mur (PP6) – Chalamy (LP) – Lech (PP11) – Astico (PP2) – Inn (PP7) – Var (PP10)SHARE, Final meeting – Aosta – Italy, 24th May 2012
  • 16. Hydromorphological indicators Do the considered alternatives influence the formative hydrological regime and change river morphological conditions? • May be • Yes – Dora Riparia-Chisone (PP1) – Lech (PP11) ► With the dam or without the dam? – Arc-Isère (PP9) – Astico (PP2) ► With energy production or without energy production – Cordon (PP2) – Mur (PP6) ► Flushing management effect – Chalamy and Dora Baltea (LP) – Kokra (PP4-PP5) ► Impact of a new SHP – Inn (PP7) ► Morphological effects on the meander – Var (PP10) ► Impact on sediment budgetsSHARE, Final meeting – Aosta – Italy, 24th May 2012
  • 17. Ecological relevance The Environmental Criteria and sub-Criteria have a great relevance for the river reaches considered in those Pilot Case Studies where important is the river natural status mantainance, such as: • Chalamy (LP) being the majority located into the upper part of the basins • Cordon (PP2) (steep mountain streams) • Kokra (PP4-PP5)SHARE, Final meeting – Aosta – Italy, 24th May 2012
  • 18. SHARE Project’s WP7• WP7 is focused on testing of adaptive management measures & decision making procedure in national case studies through MCA analysis• The Pilot Case Studies will concern basins with existing or planned HP plants and significant historical information related to river ecosystems – Action 7.1 and 7.2: set of databases of each test basin and HP plant and relatives implemented MCA indicators – Action 7.3: appliance of MCA methodology on 11 national basinsSHARE, Final meeting – Aosta – Italy, 24th May 2012
  • 19. MCA – Decisional trees MCA decisional trees GENERAL TREESTRUCTURE SESAMO software ENERGY - evaluation matrix – indicators data ECONOMY - UF for each indicator ENVIRONMENT RIVER REACH SUSTAINABILITY - weights  weighted objectives EVALUATION RIVER FRUITION matrix LANDSCAPE - alternatives ranking analyzed and sensitivity analysis COMPETING WATER USESSHARE, Final meeting – Aosta – Italy, 24th May 2012
  • 20. MCA – DecisionalTree ENERGY ECONOMY ENVIRONMENT OTHER USESSHARE, Final meeting – Aosta – Italy, 24th May 2012
  • 21. MCA – Decisional Tree INDICATORS EVALUATION (Evaluation Matrix) - DATA UTILITY FUNCTION NORMALIZED DATASHARE, Final meeting – Aosta – Italy, 24th May 2012
  • 22. MCA – Decisional Tree WEIGHTED MATRIXWEIGHTING SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS - correlationsSHARE, Final meeting – Aosta – Italy, 24th May 2012
  • 23. MCA – PCS decisional trees N° levels PCS PPs (Criteria, sub-cr., N° indicators ind., sub-ind.) Dora Baltea LP 4 13 (+ 24 sub-ind.) Chalamy LP 4 13 (+ 24 sub-ind.) Chisone PP1 5 15 (+ 19 sub-ind.) Cordon PP2 4 14 (+ 4 sub-ind.) Astico PP2 4 11 (+ 5 sub-ind.) Kokra PP4&PP5 5 6 (+ 11 sub-ind.) Mur PP6 4 11 (+ 6 sub-ind. + 3 sub-sub-ind.) Inn PP7 5 6 (+ 10 sub-ind. + 8 sub-sub-ind.) Arc-Isère PP9 6 28 (+ 20 sub-ind. + 10 sub-sub-ind.) Var PP10 3 15 Lech PP11 4 5 (+ 10 sub-ind.)SHARE, Final meeting – Aosta – Italy, 24th May 2012
  • 24. Competing uses Which are the competing uses to be considered inside decisional trees? PILOT CASE STUDY IRRIGATION FACTORIES POLLUTANT DRINKING DILUTION WATER Chalamy (LP) NO NO NO NO Dora Baltea (LP) NO NO NO NO Dora Riparia-Chisone (PP1) NO NO NO NO Astico (PP2) NO NO NO NO Cordon (PP2) NO NO NO NO Kokra (PP4-PP5) NO NO NO NO Mur (PP6) NO NO NO NO Inn (PP7) NO NO NO NO Arc-Isère (PP9) YES YES NO YES Var (PP10) YES YES NO NO Lech (PP11) NO NO NO NOSHARE, Final meeting – Aosta – Italy, 24th May 2012
  • 25. River fruition Which are the river fruition activities to be considered inside decisional trees? PILOT CASE STUDY TOURISM FISHING CANOING AND WATER SPORTS Chalamy (LP) YES YES NO Dora Baltea (LP) YES YES NO Dora Riparia-Chisone (PP1) YES YES NO Astico (PP2) NO YES NO Cordon (PP2) NO YES NO Kokra (PP4-PP5) YES YES NO Mur (PP6) YES YES NO Inn (PP7) NO NO NO Arc-Isère (PP9) YES YES YES Var (PP10) YES YES NO Lech (PP11) YES YES NOSHARE, Final meeting – Aosta – Italy, 24th May 2012
  • 26. Landscape & Risk Risk and Landscape indicators to be considered inside decisional trees? PILOT CASE STUDY RISK LANDSCAPE MANAGEMENT Chalamy (LP) NO YES Dora Baltea (LP) NO YES Dora Riparia-Chisone (PP1) NO NO Astico (PP2) NO YES Cordon (PP2) NO YES Kokra (PP4-PP5) NO NO Mur (PP6) YES NO Inn (PP7) NO YES Arc-Isère (PP9) YES YES Var (PP10) YES NO Lech (PP11) NO NOSHARE, Final meeting – Aosta – Italy, 24th May 2012
  • 27. Landscape Landscape indicators….proposalSHARE, Final meeting – Aosta – Italy, 24th May 2012
  • 28. MCA – Criteria & sub-criteria ENVIRONMENT 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 ENVIRONMENT PHYSICAL/CHEMICAL HYDROLOGICAL MORPHOLOGY MACROBENTHOS FISH GLOBAL REGIMESHARE, Final meeting – Aosta – Italy, 24th May 2012
  • 29. MCA – Criteria & sub-criteria OTHER USES 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 FACTORIES LANDSCAPE RISK DILUTION IRRIGATION DRINKING FISHING TOURISM SPORTS WATERSHARE, Final meeting – Aosta – Italy, 24th May 2012
  • 30. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION!!!!SHARE, Final meeting – Aosta – Italy, 24th May 2012

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