Gemeinsame österreichisch-ungarische Sedimentforschung im Rahmen des EFRE-Projektes SEDDON

Translated title of the contribution: Joint Austrian-Hungarian sediment research in the framework of the ERDF funded project SEDDON

Helmut Habersack, Marlene Haimann, Sándor Baranya, J. Józsa, Angelika Riegler, Christine Sindelar, Marcel Liedermann, Johanna Ficsor, Gabriella Mohácsiné Simon, Michael Hengl

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Abstract

The multiple uses of the Danube River for navigation, hydropower production and as a drinking water supply influence its ecological quality. Flow restrictions due to regulation as well as impacts on the sediment regime such as retention in the catchment area and interruption of the sediment continuum result in changes of the hydromorphological structures and can produce major problems in the context of sediment management.

In light of these facts, cross-border investigations of sediment transport at the Danube River are called for. As there are no uniform research approaches shared by Austria and Hungary, the EU-funded project SEDDON (Sediment Research and Management at the Danube River) aims to compare different monitoring and modeling techniques used to determine sediment transport, and to develop mutual solutions. Further, the laboratory equipment currently used for hydraulic model experiments is evaluated and a research channel with a free flowing discharge of up to 10 m3/s without pumping will be constructed, allowing large-scale joint laboratory tests concerning sediment to be performed.

Original languageGerman
Pages (from-to)340-347
Number of pages8
JournalOsterreichische Wasser- Und Abfallwirtschaft
Volume66
Issue number9-10
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Oct 3 2014

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Catchments
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Navigation
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hydraulics
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  • Fluid Flow and Transfer Processes

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Gemeinsame österreichisch-ungarische Sedimentforschung im Rahmen des EFRE-Projektes SEDDON. / Habersack, Helmut; Haimann, Marlene; Baranya, Sándor; Józsa, J.; Riegler, Angelika; Sindelar, Christine; Liedermann, Marcel; Ficsor, Johanna; Simon, Gabriella Mohácsiné; Hengl, Michael.

In: Osterreichische Wasser- Und Abfallwirtschaft, Vol. 66, No. 9-10, 03.10.2014, p. 340-347.

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Habersack, H, Haimann, M, Baranya, S, Józsa, J, Riegler, A, Sindelar, C, Liedermann, M, Ficsor, J, Simon, GM & Hengl, M 2014, 'Gemeinsame österreichisch-ungarische Sedimentforschung im Rahmen des EFRE-Projektes SEDDON', Osterreichische Wasser- Und Abfallwirtschaft, vol. 66, no. 9-10, pp. 340-347. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00506-014-0177-8
Habersack, Helmut ; Haimann, Marlene ; Baranya, Sándor ; Józsa, J. ; Riegler, Angelika ; Sindelar, Christine ; Liedermann, Marcel ; Ficsor, Johanna ; Simon, Gabriella Mohácsiné ; Hengl, Michael. / Gemeinsame österreichisch-ungarische Sedimentforschung im Rahmen des EFRE-Projektes SEDDON. In: Osterreichische Wasser- Und Abfallwirtschaft. 2014 ; Vol. 66, No. 9-10. pp. 340-347.
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