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|Project summary=The reason for initiating measures is because the water bodies are regulated and without minimum water supply. Heavily Modified Water Body (HMWB).
Thalwegs and ponds were made to ensure a consistent aquatic ecosystem. A new road and bridge across the river were also created as flood measures.
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Thalwegs and ponds were made to ensure a consistent aquatic ecosystem. A new road and bridge across the river were also built as flood measures.
 
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|Project title=Biotop and flood measures in the Mykle river (Mykleelva) and Vanebu river (Vanebuelva)
 
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Project overview

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Status Complete
Project web site http://www.vannportalen.no/globalassets/vannregioner/vest-viken/vest-viken---dokumenter/vannomrader-i-vest-viken/siljan-farris/dokumenter/fagrapporter/biotop--og-flomtiltak-i-mykleelva-og-vanebuelva_rapport.pdf
Themes Flood risk management, Habitat and biodiversity, Hydropower, Hydromorphology
Country Norway
Main contact forename Steinar
Main contact surname Bergan Tronhus
Main contact user ID
Contact organisation Siljan - Farris vannområde
Contact organisation web site http://http://www.vannportalen.no/vannregioner/vestviken/vannomraader/siljan-farris/
Partner organisations Skagerak Kraft AS, University of South-Eastern Norway (USN)
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The reason for initiating measures is because the water bodies are regulated and without minimum water supply. Heavily Modified Water Body (HMWB). Thalwegs and ponds were made to ensure a consistent aquatic ecosystem. A new road and bridge across the river were also built as flood measures.

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http://www.vannportalen.no/globalassets/vannregioner/vest-viken/vest-viken---dokumenter/vannomrader-i-vest-viken/siljan-farris/dokumenter/fagrapporter/biotop--og-flomtiltak-i-mykleelva-og-vanebuelva_rapport.pdf

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Site

Name Mykleelva and Vanebuelva
WFD water body codes 015-219-R and 015-328-R
WFD (national) typology REL3221
WFD water body name Mykleelva and Vanebuelva (Vanebuvann - Hogstad)
Pre-project morphology
Reference morphology
Desired post project morphology
Heavily modified water body Yes
National/international site designation
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Protected species present No
Invasive species present No
Species of interest Salmonids
Dominant hydrology Artificially regulated
Dominant substrate Cobble
River corridor land use Coniferous woodland (semi natural)
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Project background

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Project started 2011/01/01
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Project completed 2019/01/01
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Total cost (k€) 20
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20,000 €
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Funding sources Skagerak Kraft AS

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Reasons for river restoration

Mitigation of a pressure Hydropower
Hydromorphology Continuity for organisms, Freshwater flow regime, Quantity & dynamics of flow
Biology Fish, Invertebrates
Physico-chemical
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Measures

Structural measures
Bank/bed modifications Creation of fish refuge areas, Construction of dams, Providing of continuity, Creation of low flow channel, Boulder restoration
Floodplain / River corridor
Planform / Channel pattern Reconnection of water bodies to the river
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Monitoring

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Additional links and references

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http://openarchive.usn.no/usn-xmlui/handle/11250/2439188 Measures proposal
http://www.vannportalen.no/globalassets/vannregioner/vest-viken/vest-viken---dokumenter/vannomrader-i-vest-viken/siljan-farris/dokumenter/fagrapporter/biotop--og-flomtiltak-i-mykleelva-og-vanebuelva rapport.pdf Report

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