Case study:Restoration of the stream of the Partido

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Location: 37° 7' 58", -6° 27' 53"
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Project overview

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Status Complete
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Themes Flood risk management, Habitat and biodiversity, Water quality
Country Spain
Main contact forename MARM
Main contact surname MARM
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Contact organisation MARM
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Case_study:Doñana 2005

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The project "Doñana 2005" aims to restore and rehabilitate the complex hydraulics of the marsh, allowing the system to evolve with the highest degree of naturalness and freedom possible within the constraints of the environment of social, economic, administrative, technical, cultural, etc. There are some actuations included in this project: Route water: environmental restoration project for tourist use; Restoration of the marsh "Gallega"; Control and permeabilization of the marsh to the river, the Brazo de la Torre and Entremuros; Restoration of streams Chico Soto, Soto Grande and Arroyo de la Laguna de los Reyes; Restoration of the stream of the Partido; Recovery of the functionality of Brazo de la Torre; and Recovery Caño Travieso.

The main objectives are:

  • Restore water inputs to the marsh, in quantity and quality needed to restore the water dynamics of the marsh itself Doñana.
  • To maintain, without interruption, the permeability between the marsh of Doñana and the Guadalquivir River estuary ensuring the incorporation of flows.
  • Establish a system for evaluation and monitoring to enable a critical assessment of compliance with the plan and promote a research agenda and a specific line of disclosure, dissemination and presentation of results.
  • Temporarily prevent the incorporation into the marsh of contaminated water or sediments, whereas such a risk. It is also necessary to prevent such waters can be incorporated into water systems or made available to any user.
  • Recover the original morphology of overflows.

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Aerial view of the alluvial cone at the mouth of the Partido's creek. September 2004
Aerial view of the alluvial cone since the end of the embankment until the Marshes and Matasgordas area
Aerial view of the flood plain to recover, before works
Map of the restoration area
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Catchment and subcatchment

Catchment

River basin district C.H.Guadalquivir
River basin Guadalquivir

Subcatchment

River name Guadalquivir
Area category
Area (km2)
Maximum altitude category Less than 100 m
Maximum altitude (m) 50 m
0.05 km
5,000 cm
Dominant geology
Ecoregion Ibero-Macaronesian
Dominant land cover Extensive agriculture
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Other case studies in this subcatchment: Control and permeabilization of the marsh to the river, the Brazo de la Torre and Entremuros, Guadiamar Green Corridor Project, Recovery "CañoTravieso", Recovery of the functionality of Brazo de la Torre, Restoration of streams Chico Soto, Soto Grande and Arroyo de la Laguna de los Reyes


Site

Name Arroyo del Partido
WFD water body codes
WFD (national) typology
WFD water body name
Pre-project morphology Sinuous
Reference morphology Sinuous
Desired post project morphology
Heavily modified water body
National/international site designation EU - Special Area of Conservation
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Protected species present
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River corridor land use Extensive agriculture
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Project background

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Project started 1998/01/01
Works started
Works completed 2005/11/01
Project completed
Total cost category more than 10000 k€
Total cost (k€) 19972 k€
19,972,000 €
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Funding sources FEDER, MARM

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Investigation and design
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Works and works supervision Tragsatec
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Reasons for river restoration

Mitigation of a pressure
Hydromorphology Continuity of sediment transport, Structure & condition of riparian zones
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Measures

Structural measures
Bank/bed modifications Elimination of the pipeline on the left bank, Removal of sediment, Revetmens with local species
Floodplain / River corridor Habitat restoration
Planform / Channel pattern Improvement of channel morphology
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Management interventions
Social measures (incl. engagement) Comprehensive environmental restoration of a large area in contact with the National Park
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