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Climate Changing? Meuse Adapting!


Rijkswaterstaat Waterdienst, Zuiderwagenplein 2, Postbus 17

8200 AA, Lelystad
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Les actualité du partenaire :

  • Site visit - Ny village and the Naives plain - Belgium
  • AMICE officially approved
  • First Project Steering Group meeting
  • WP4 starts !
  • Progresses from WP1
  • 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
  • First ERDF subsidy received by AMICE project
  • WP3 Partners meeting in Hasselt
  • WP4 progresses
  • First edition of AMICE newsletter
  • WorkPackage 1 follow-up meeting
  • Meuse Symposium - the AMICE session
  • Project Steering Group 3 - meeting report
  • WP4 report on Flood crisis management in the Meuse basin
  • AMICE Site Visit on Amel Amblève
  • Actions 6 and 7 start
  • Report of the last WP4 meeting
  • WP1 report on the Analysis of climate change, high-flows and low-flows scenarios on the Meuse basin
  • Summary : Analysis of climate change, high-flows and low-flows scenarios on the Meuse basin
  • Updates on WP1 actions
  • SICadapt! Cluster Kick-off
  • WP4 Meeting
  • Third issue of Meuse and Climate
  • Project Steering Group 5
  • Kick-off Seminar for the Transnational flood crisis management Exercise
  • Cluster Website and Expert Board
  • Site Visit on the Rur reservoirs
  • WP3-WP2 joint meeting
  • WP1 updates
  • WP1 update: transnational damage functions agreed
  • Information sharing on the organisation of national flood exercises
  • Meuse and Climate 4 presents the AMICE project s latests activities
  • Action 6 finished - Action 8 starts !
  • Full hydraulic modeling of the Meuse basin
  • Project Steering Group 8
  • Transnational flood crisis management exercise
  • Meuse and Climate 5
  • WP1 meeting
  • AMICE final conference : in preparation
  • climate impacts and climate proofed measures
  • Project Steering Group n.7
  • Which AMICE investment is the best ?
  • Feedback on the Walloon and French flood exercises
  • Partners' interviews on Investments
  • First Workshop for the definition of AMICE Adaptation Strategy to Climate Change
  • Second workshop for the definition of AMICE Adaptation Strategy to Climate Change
  • Learn the lyrics of the AMICE song !
  • Hoogwaterbeheersing op de Nederlands
  • AMICE Project Steering Group n°8
  • Costs of climate-change-induced floods in 2050 and 2100
  • Lessons learnt from the AMICE investments
  • Report on workshops for the Meuse adaptation strategy to climate change
  • Wonder how the activities along the Meuse could be influenced by climate change ?
  • Ministrie van Verkeer en Waterstaat, Rijkswaterstaat, Waterdienst - Limburg


    Rol in het project AMICE

    Rijkwaterstaat is responsible for the water management of the river Meuse in the Netherlands.
    - provide data for the bibliography on the Meuse in the Netherlands,
    - translation & publication of VAN REGEN TOT MAAS,
    - involved in all scientific works of WP1,
    - Reference Partner for the Action 9: elaboration of the Strategy of Adaptation.
    WP2: provide data on the Volkerak-Zoommeer lake for the dimensioning of the Steenbergse Vliet natural water retention zone.
    WP3: Rijkswaterstaat is the water manager of the Dutch part of the Meuse and has direct interest in the possibilities of influencing water quantities (floods & low flows). It will follow closely the works done in the 3 sub-projects of WP3.
    WP4: Rijkswaterstaat is responsible for the development of FLIWAS and for the operational flood & low-flow forecasting on the Dutch part of the Meuse. Rijkswaterstaat will be the coordinator in the Netherlands for the flood crisis management exercise & return of experience.

    Rijkswaterstaat will also participate to all communication actions of WP5.

    Rijkswaterstaat is member of the International Meuse Commission and will participate to the sharing of works between AMICE and the IMC.
    It is also Project Leader in two other INTERREG IV B projects: ALFA and FloodResilientCity, and Rijkswaterstaat Waterdienst will facilitate cooperation with them and AMICE.
    Rijkswaterstaat Waterdienst was involved in INTERREG III B project FAR and will ensure that the acquired experience on the Rhine is transferred to the AMICE project on the Meuse.
    Rijkwaterstaat is represented by two departments: Limburg and Waterdienst. Rijkswaterstaat Waterdienst is the main partner and Rijkwaterstaat Limburg will be associated automatically.