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Climate Changing? Meuse Adapting!


Eisenbahnstraße 5

52353 Düren
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fax : 49 (0)2 421 494 99 1141
website : www.wver.de
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Les actualité du partenaire :

  • Visite de site - village de Ny et plaines de Naives - Belgique
  • Work Package 1 starts !
  • AMICE officially approved
  • First Project Steering Group meeting
  • WP3 Partners want to increase interactions between their respective actions
  • Project Steering Group meeting report - First Payment Claim
  • WP2 Partners share experience
  • WP2 Partners share experience
  • Première réception de fonds FEDER par le projet AMICE
  • WP3 Partners meeting in Hasselt
  • Première parution de la newsletter AMICE
  • Symposium Meuse - la session AMICE
  • Project Steering Group 3 - meeting report
  • AMICE Site Visit on Amel Amblève
  • WP3 meeting and visit of the Urft dam
  • Mise à jour sur les actions du WP1
  • Lancement du Cluster SICadapt!
  • 3ème édition de Meuse et Climat
  • Project Steering Group 5
  • Cluster Website and Expert Board
  • Visite de Site AMICE en Allemagne
  • WP3-WP2 joint meeting
  • Meuse et Climat 4 fait le point sur les activités récentes du projet AMICE
  • Publication conjointe des Partenaires belges et allemands
  • Project Steering Group 8
  • Meuse et Climat 5
  • International Symposium on Hydraulic Engineering Aachen (IWASA)
  • climate impacts and climate proofed measures
  • Project Steering Group n.7
  • Which AMICE investment is the best ?
  • Partners' interviews on Investments
  • Premier Atelier pour la définition de la Stratégie d'Adaptation Climatique d'AMICE
  • Deuxième atelier pour la définition de la Stratégie d'Adaptation AMICE
  • AMICE Project Steering Group n°8
  • Lessons learnt from the AMICE investments
  • Site visit on the Rur: June 12th
  • Meuse and Climate n° 8
  • Wasserverband Eifel-Rur

    A propos

    Rôle dans le projet AMICE

    In the catchment of the river Eifel-Rur, the water board Eifel-Rur (WVER) is responsible for:

    - Operation of a reservoir system with a total volume of 300 Mio. m³,

    - Flood control and water management,

    - Wastewater treatment, and

    - Nature conservation.

    The staff of WVER has deep knowledge in river maintenance, flood protection, flood action plans, natural retention of river systems, modeling of water systems, etc. There is a strong collaboration with other partners in the catchment area like governmental authorities, agriculture, industry, research facilities, and the population. 

    In detail, the contribution will be to:

    - Provide hydrological data for the Rur tributary

    - Provide knowledge for natural retention measures

    - Provide knowledge for flow control measures

    - Provide knowledge for alarm systems and crisis management

    - Develop adaption strategies to mitigate climate change effects

    - Carry modelling and risk analysis for the river Rur to prepare adaption of the reservoir flow control

    - Elaborate a new reservoir control system to mitigate the effects of climate change in the lower Rur and Meuse basin

    - Involve experts in the elaboration of the new reservoir control system

    - Organise public information about the effects of climate change and adaptation strategies