This paper proposes a new methodological approach to silted reservoir management and defence, which combines the reservoir rehabilitation process and the utilization of the recovered water volumes and sediments. This approach, strategic from both the economical and environmental points of view, is here defined as Economic Environmental Defence (EED) of a reservoir. The EED approach is applied to the case study of Guardialfiera reservoir, where the available experimental data allowed the estimation of siltation uptodate, the analysis of the distribution of sediment particle size along the reservoir bottom and the possibility to propose a feasible utilization of water and sediments resulting from there servoir rehabilitation.

Reservoir Rehabilitation: the new methodological approach of Economic Environmental Defence / De Vincenzo, A; Molino, Ja; Molino, B; Scorpio, V. - In: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SEDIMENT RESEARCH. - ISSN 1001-6279. - 32:2(2017), pp. 288-294. [10.1016/j.ijsrc.2016.05.007]

Reservoir Rehabilitation: the new methodological approach of Economic Environmental Defence

Scorpio V
2017

Abstract

This paper proposes a new methodological approach to silted reservoir management and defence, which combines the reservoir rehabilitation process and the utilization of the recovered water volumes and sediments. This approach, strategic from both the economical and environmental points of view, is here defined as Economic Environmental Defence (EED) of a reservoir. The EED approach is applied to the case study of Guardialfiera reservoir, where the available experimental data allowed the estimation of siltation uptodate, the analysis of the distribution of sediment particle size along the reservoir bottom and the possibility to propose a feasible utilization of water and sediments resulting from there servoir rehabilitation.
2017
32
2
288
294
Reservoir Rehabilitation: the new methodological approach of Economic Environmental Defence / De Vincenzo, A; Molino, Ja; Molino, B; Scorpio, V. - In: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SEDIMENT RESEARCH. - ISSN 1001-6279. - 32:2(2017), pp. 288-294. [10.1016/j.ijsrc.2016.05.007]
De Vincenzo, A; Molino, Ja; Molino, B; Scorpio, V
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