1st Workshop
Integrated Drought Management in Central and Eastern Europe

Activity 5.3.
NATURAL SMALL WATER RETENTION MEAS...
Scope of presentation
 Objective and workplan
 Partners
 Implementation of the project
 Current and past activities
 ...
Assumption for the activity 5.3:
Improvement of the structure of water balance is
essential to limit the negative impact o...
Systems and methods for water
retention in rural areas
Water resources

Systems and methods

Landscape (habitats) retentio...
Partners presentation
Country

Organization

Contact

Hungary

University of Debrecen

János Fehér – TeamLeader, Judit Gas...
Framework

• Exchange of experience in scope of implementation of small retention action
plans
• Implementation of „small ...
Implementation of project
„SMALL RETENTION = BIG DEAL”
1. Recognition of legal conditions for small
retention resulting fr...
Up to date work

1. Development and agreement on the basic scope of work
2. Development of the questionnaire on: character...
Exemplary beginning of the questionnaire
Name

Value

Units

Source

Period

EuroStat

######

Country
Enter the name and,...
Workplan for the future (up to
March 30th, 2014)
1. Fulfillment of a questionnaire by four participating member states
(pa...
THANK YOU

NO CONCLUSIONS

The best master of
small water
retention
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IDMP CEE Activity 5.3 by Waldemar Mioduszewski

  1. 1. 1st Workshop Integrated Drought Management in Central and Eastern Europe Activity 5.3. NATURAL SMALL WATER RETENTION MEASURES Waldemar Mioduszewski Hodruša Hámre, Slovakia, 15–16 October 2013
  2. 2. Scope of presentation  Objective and workplan  Partners  Implementation of the project  Current and past activities  Plans for the future  Conclusions (?)
  3. 3. Assumption for the activity 5.3: Improvement of the structure of water balance is essential to limit the negative impact od droughts and floods. Development of small retention (limiting of rapid rain water outflow from the catchmant) significantly contributes to reaching the above goal.
  4. 4. Systems and methods for water retention in rural areas Water resources Systems and methods Landscape (habitats) retention Systems shaping the proper structure of land use through: • Structure of arable lands, grasslands, forests, „ecological lands”, constructed wetlands • Afforestation, development of buffor zones, clusterts of bushes, woodlands, development of bruises and terraces • Increase of the area of wetlands, peat bogs and restoration of the area Soil retention Cultivation systems shaping water retention in soil profile: • Improvement of soil structure, limitting of drainage, liming, proper agro technology, increase of content of organic matter in soil Soil and ground water Drainage – cultivation systems limiting surface runoff: • Increase of soil permeability • Anti-erosion measures, phyto drainage, agro drainage • Regulated outflow from the drainage system • Ponds and infiltration wells (also for outflow of rainwater from sealed surfaces) Surface water Hydro technical systems of water distribution and storage: • Small water reservoirs • Regulated outflow from ponds and small water reservoirs • Water storage in drainage ditches, channels etc. • Retention of outflow from drainage systems • Increase of river valley retention
  5. 5. Partners presentation Country Organization Contact Hungary University of Debrecen János Fehér – TeamLeader, Judit Gaspar, Monika Mándoki, János Tamás Slovakia HYCOMP Vladimir Mosny Poland Warsaw University of Life Science Tomasz Okruszko – Leader, Waldemar Mioduszewski, Ignacy Kardel Slovenia Limnos d.o.o. Darja Istenič
  6. 6. Framework • Exchange of experience in scope of implementation of small retention action plans • Implementation of „small retention” measures in European countries as an important element of water management. • Classification of retention methods in light of its efficiency depending on topographic, climatic and soil conditions etc. • Evaluation of methods for recognition of the small retention demand in catchment, defining of the areas with unfavourable water conditions basing on GIS methods • Development of a handbook „Small retention”
  7. 7. Implementation of project „SMALL RETENTION = BIG DEAL” 1. Recognition of legal conditions for small retention resulting from FWD , Flood and Nitrate directions 2. Attempts to implement small retention methods to Agro-Envirenment Programs 3. Organization of trainings for agricultural advisors in Agricultural Advisory Centers – attempt to obtain alternative sources of funding for training 4. Distribution of „Small retention” Handbook
  8. 8. Up to date work 1. Development and agreement on the basic scope of work 2. Development of the questionnaire on: characteristics of agriculture, climate, water demand, water retention methods, legal conditions, links to water management plans etc 3. Objective of the questionnaire: recognition of the demand for small retention and past experiences in water retention acivities
  9. 9. Exemplary beginning of the questionnaire Name Value Units Source Period EuroStat ###### Country Enter the name and, if possible, definition of small water retention (natural or landscape water retention) Surface of the land and inland waters of the country (without sea and ocean) Population km2 LANDUSE 1.1. Agricultural land (CLC:211-244) 1.2. Arable land (CLC:211-213) - including irrigated (CLC:212) km2 km2 km2 CLC2006 CLC2006 CLC2006 2006 2006 2006 1.3. Orchards and gardens (CLC:221-223) km2 CLC2006 2006 - including irrigated 1.4. Grassland (CLC:231) - including irrigated 1.5. Forest (CLC:311-313) - including irrigated 1.6. Wetlands (CLC:411-423) 1.7. Others km2 km2 km2 km2 km2 km2 km2 CLC2006 2006 CLC2006 2006 CLC2006 CLC2006 2006 2006 CLIMATIC CONDITIONS 2.1. Sum average annual rainfall (range for country) mm 2.2. Average evapotranspiration (range for country) mm 2.3. Average air temperature (range for country) mm Comments
  10. 10. Workplan for the future (up to March 30th, 2014) 1. Fulfillment of a questionnaire by four participating member states (partners) and request to the rest of Central and Eastern European countries for fulfillment (at least partial) 2. Summary of the results 3. Organization of workshop (October 28 – 29, 2013) to discuss the results of the questionnaire and to agree on next tasks 4. Development of a detailed table of contents of the manual(guidlines)and division of tasks 5. Development of selected chapters of the manual and evaluation of small retention in light of implementation of WFD and Agro-Environment Program
  11. 11. THANK YOU NO CONCLUSIONS The best master of small water retention
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