WP 2.

Report
Operativni program Slovenija–Avstrija 2007-2014 /
Operationelles Programm Slowenien-Österreich 2007-2014
5th working meeting of the MURMAN project
October, 16th 2012 Fehring, Austria
Franz Glanz, Andreas Fank
Wasserversorgung
Grenzland Südost
Bahnhofstraße 20 b
A-8350 Fehring
Johann Fank
JOANNEUM RESEARCH
Institut für Wasser, Energie und Nachhaltigkeit
Elisabethstraße 18/II
A-8010 Graz
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NAČRTOVANE AKTIVNOSTI / ACTIVITIES PLANED
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WP 2.
Risk Management
Task 2.2. Preparation of measures to reduce the influence of
the most negatively acting forces
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Subtask 2.2.1 Assessment of plants for artificial groundwater
recharge as a tool for ensuring drinking water supply in areas with
increased groundwater quality risk
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Assessment of monitoring results (Phase 1 & 2)
Subtask 2.2.5 Operation of artificial groundwater recharge facility
in Fluttendorf/Donnersdorf; monitoring, modeling
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Scientific supervision of the monitoring facility
Monitoring of the artificial groundwater recharge facility
Scientific supervision on in-situ remediation of iron and manganese
Scientific supervision of monitoring in-situ remediation of iron and
manganese
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NAČRTOVANE AKTIVNOSTI / ACTIVITIES PLANED
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WP 4.
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Regional Cooperation and
Dissemination of Results
Task 4.1. Workshops and excursions to complexes
with artificial groundwater recharge
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Technical field trip:
“Groundwater recharge and iron and manganese in aquifers”
Excursion:
„in-situ remediation Niederösterreich and Oberösterreich“
Excursion:
„artificial ground water recharge facilities and water treatment plants
in the brown coal mining region Gartzweiler (Germany)”
Workshop with tenders:
“facilities for sub-terrestrian in-situ remediation”
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IZVEDENO DELO / WORK DONE
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All intended activities for the period 07/2011 – 06/2012 has been
operated by Partner GSO as planned
The results of the operated activities has been documented in reports,
which are available at the partners office
Based on the results of the activities in task 4.1 a subterrestrian in-situ
remediation facility „FERMANOX“ has been implemented
Isotope investigations and thermodynamic geohydrochemical
modeling has been done to determine the origin of recharge water
Additional Investigation on pesticide concentration in the groundwater
of water supply wells of GSO has been done in cooperation with PHI
Two Additional excursions with experts on artificial groundwater
recharge and groundwater management has been organized and
operated
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REZULTATI / RESULTS
Intensive field monitoring and the
evaluation of the measurements of
on-line sensors are the basis for the
assessment of the effectiveness of
artificial groundwater recharge
facilities to ensure drinking water
quantity and quality
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REZULTATI / RESULTS
Subterrestrian in-situ remediation as an effective tool
to treat the groundwater before artificial infiltration
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REZULTATI / RESULTS
Artificial recharge is an effective tool to
reduce nitrate concentration in drinking
water using delution effects.
Monitoring in the field and the use of online sensors is essential for optimization
of the operation mode.
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RAZMERJA DO DRUGIH DP / RELATIONS TO OTHER PARTNERS
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Partizipation of GSO and external experts on technical excursions and
workshops organized by Slowenian partners
Modeling tools developed by Partner STY will be used to determine
groundwater recharge and nitrate leaching on a regional scale
Coupled model developed by Partner STY will be used to determine
the impact of different agricultural and meteorological scenarios on
groundwater flow and nitrate distribution in the catchment of the
GSO water supply wells
Weather data and monitoring results will be visualized in the WEBbased information system developed by Partner STY
The type of artificial groundwater recharge facility as developed by
GSO will be offered as a tool for other partners to ensure
groundwater quantity and quality in the projects region
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ČASOVNICA - NAČRT AKTIVNOSTI / ACTIVITIES PLANNED BY PARTNER
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WP 2.
Risk Management
Task 2.2. Preparation of measures to reduce the influence of
the most negatively acting forces
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Subtask 2.2.1 Assessment of plants for artificial groundwater
recharge as a tool for ensuring drinking water supply in areas with
increased groundwater quality risk
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Assessment of monitoring results
(Phase 3 – Report 02/2013)
Subtask 2.2.5 Operation of artificial groundwater recharge facility
in Fluttendorf/Donnersdorf; monitoring, modeling
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Monitoring of the artificial groundwater recharge facility
(Phase 3 – Report 02/2013)
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ČASOVNICA - NAČRT AKTIVNOSTI / ACTIVITIES PLANNED BY PARTNER
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WP 3.
Definition of measures
Task 3.4. Development of scenarios to predict groundwater
recharge and nitrogen leaching with regard to climate effects
and modifications of agricultural practices.
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Modelling of groundwater recharge and nitrate leaching in the
catchment of the water supply wells Fluttendorf / Donnersdorf using
Stotra_Pgen
(Report 06/2013)
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ČASOVNICA - NAČRT AKTIVNOSTI / ACTIVITIES PLANNED BY PARTNER
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Task 3.5. Modeling of the effects of artificial groundwater
recharge on groundwater flow and solute transport; Use of
coupled models as tools for control of artificial groundwater
recharge on different locations in the border region.
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Adaption of the geometry of an existing groundwater flow and
transport model for the catchment area of the wells Fluttendorf /
Donnersdorf based on the results of monitoring programs (R 12/2012)
Extension of the groundwater flow and transport model to the period
of intensive monitoring; model calibration and model validation based
on monitoring results and on modeling of the unsaturated zone
(R 06/2013)
Scenario definition and scenario modeling (R 12/2013)
Evaluation of the sustainability of artificial groundwater recharge;
definition of optimal long-term monitoring program; guideline for
further operation (Report 06/2014)
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