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Drought and the National Irrigation Strategy

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  • WATERWEB: Water Resource Strategies

    Friday, 02 July 2010 18:02
  • Protection of Rusko Selo from High Groundwater Levels

    Thursday, 01 July 2010 18:07
  • Drought and the National Irrigation Strategy

    Thursday, 01 July 2010 17:04
Projects Protection of Rusko Selo from High Groundwater Levels
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altClient: Local Community of Rusko Selo, Serbia
Chief Design Engineer: Radoslav Krunić, CE
Design Engineers: Milorad Stojadinović, CE; Dejan Milošev, CE; Željka Rudić, AE

The Community of Rusko Selo extends over a surface area of 530 ha and is located 15 km southeast of Kikinda (northern Serbia). It is threatened by excessive groundwater and precipitation. There is no appropriate stormwater evacuation network and issues associated with excess groundwater and atmospheric water have so far been addressed sporadically and partially. This situation results in frequent floods.

 

The goals of the project are:

  • To evacuate excess water from the area;
  • To control groundwater levels; and
  • To ensure a healthy environment for the population.

The main criterion used in assessments of potential approaches to groundwater regime management, applying mathematical modeling, was a minimum depth-to-groundwater of 1.5 m.

Садашње стање нивоа подземних вода<br /> Ефекти предложеног техничког решења снижења нивоа подземних вода
The current state of groundwater levels The effects of the proposed technical solutions lowering of groundwater levels

The proposed technical solution is based on:

  • The construction of parallel horizontal drainage canals along all roads within the community, and of a collector canal which will deliver excess water to a recipient (the Big Canal) via a pumping station; and
  • The construction of nine horizontal drains along existing canals in the old part of town, and of a collector canal which will deliver excess water to a recipient (the Topola Canal), either gravitationally or via a pumping station.

 

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