- Sélection des scénarios hydrologiques communs
- Modélisation hydraulique
- Etudes d’impact des inondations et étiages
- Résilience climatique des projets existants/en cours
- Stratégie d’adaptation transnationale
- Restauration de cours d'eau en Ardennes
- L'investissement sur le Steenbergse Vliet
- Ny : gestion intégrée de la plaine de Naives
- HOWABO : réservoir multi-usage
- Ecluse de Ham sur le Canal Albert
- Règle de gestion des barrages-réservoirs du bassin de Rur
Les actualités en lien avec l'actionSamedi 15 mai 2010
The paper presents a consistent micro-scale flood risk analysis procedure, relying on detailed 2D inundation modelling as well as on high resolution topographic and land use database. The flow model is based on the shallow-water equations, solved b...
WP1 Partners have been meeting on November 9th in Maastricht. Action 6 : the hydraulic models had their first runs. Partners are comparing the water height values on the borders. Inconsistency appeared that need to be solved before launching the sec...Jeudi 25 novembre 2010
With climate evolution, changes in flood discharges are expected within the Meuse basin. The annual number of flood disasters increased considerably in the last decades and the price paid is constantly increasing. Within the AMICE project the work of...Mercredi 6 avril 2011
WP1 Partners held a meeting on April 6th, 2011 in Aachen to discuss data and methods on the economical impact assessment of floods and low-flows resulting from climate change. The meeting report and presentations can be downloaded here....Mardi 31 mai 2011
Last WP1 meeting was held in Aachen on an, exceptionally, rainy day. Partners finally agreed on common damage functions for the flood impact assessment! First calculations can now start. Impacts from low-flows were also discussed, especially on ene...Mercredi 24 août 2011
WP1 activities started-up again right after the summer holidays ! The day agenda was really full because a lot is going on in WP1 this year : - Action 6 is now finished, the report and summaries will be published shortly - Action 7 has reached a n...Vendredi 25 novembre 2011
Below are the documents from our last WP1 meeting : - first results are available for the impacts of low-flows on agriculture and for the impacts of floods - discussions are still going-on on the mapping of flood risks ...Mardi 11 décembre 2012
The goal of Action 7 within the AMICE project is the „Quantification of the impacts of future floods on the economy in the transnational Meuse basin“. In the present summaries and reports, the method for flood risk calculation is develope...Lundi 11 mars 2013
Les résumés ci-dessous présentent les impacts potentiels des étiages futurs sur les activités le long de la Meuse et du Rur. Le scénario climatique "sec" d'AMICE a été utilisé pour cette ...
2. WP1 Meuse Symposium
Action 7 methodology
Flood damage calculation
AMICE results 2
Etudes d’impact des inondations et étiages
- Quantification of the impacts of future floods and low-flows on the economy in the transnational Meuse basin.
The annual number of flood disasters increased considerably between 1973 & 2002 and the price paid is constantly increasing.
Impacts of low-flows should not be under-estimated either: cooling circuits of power plants are under threat (reduced production), energy consumption soars up, navigability is reduced, peat dykes collapse (especially if associated with summer storms), health problems increase...
The objective is to understand the vulnerability of economic systems to a modification of the hydrology (cf ADAPT project). It will be based on known damages caused by floods & low-flows, future trends in the above sectors & maps from the hydraulic modelling. It will be performed at various scales depending on the data available.
Considering the duration & budget of AMICE, the action will be limited to: navigation, agriculture, drinking water, energy.
Executing a full uncertainty analysis is outside the scope of AMICE but scenario evaluation based on robustness will be carried out.
Each country has its own rules for impact assessment. In the first place, discussions will be needed on how to produce comparable outputs.
Either we use the different methods (may be not comparable) or we set-up a new common method (limits: needs time and maybe not re-usable in national assessments).
The IMC has already produced an inventory of each country’s methods for mapping and calculating damages.
Damage categories (internal/external, direct/indirect) are quite easily understood for floods but an adjustment will be needed for damages associated to long-lasting low-flows.
Associated costs will be calculated and added-up for each scenario. It will result in a “cost of inaction” which is the cost of future floods and low-flows, in the case where no measures are taken.