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  • Assessment of the March-May 2006 Flood Wave

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  • Use of the Riparian Lands of the Danube River in the Metropolitan Area of the City of Smederevo

    Monday, 05 July 2010 14:04
  • Training of Small Watercourses in the Topčider River Catchment Area

    Monday, 05 July 2010 13:53
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Assessment of the March-May 2006 Flood Wave PDF Print E-mail

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Client: Serbian Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management/ Water Directorate
Chief Analyst: Vladislava Bartoš-Divac, CE
Analysts: Branka Miloradović, CE; Zoran Knežević, CE; Ljiljana Marjanović, CE; Aleksandra Ilić,  CE

In the spring of 2006, several countries in the Danube River Basin were seriously threatened by high flows of the Danube River and its tributaries. The flood wave formed as a result of several heavy rainfalls, compounded by rapid melting of above-average snow accumulations.

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Use of the Riparian Lands of the Danube River in the Metropolitan Area of the City of Smederevo PDF Print E-mail

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Client: Serbia Waters
Chief Design Engineer: Milan Milešev, CE
Design Engineers: Zoran Knežević, CE; Branka Miloradović, CE

During the 20th century, different priorities with respect to the development of various industries prevented timely implementation of Smederevo’s water management solutions, resulting in certain areas being threatened to the extent that they could not be protected from the adverse effects of the altered water regime. Local administration departments lacked the background required to establish criteria for the issuance of permits for the use of riparian lands in the metropolitan area of Smederevo (addressing hydrologic, meteorological, hydrogeological and geological aspects and flood regime changes due to the use of floodplains), while potential users needed information about the feasibility of constructing safe docking facilities and a number of other structures in the metropolitan area.

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Training of Small Watercourses in the Topčider River Catchment Area PDF Print E-mail

 

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Client: Serbia Waters
Chief Design Engineer: Milan Milešev, CE
Design Engineers: Dr. Dušan Stojadinović, GE; Branka Miloradović, CE; Vladimir Lukić, CE

The Topčider River has a catchment area of 148 km2, which extends into several Belgrade suburbs. The valley of this river hosts the Belgrade-Mladenovac Highway and railroad lines running from Belgrade to Bar, to Niš and Skopje, and to Smederevo, Požarevac, Majdanpek and Bor.
The torrential nature of a number of streams, and their insufficiently developed channels, lead to frequent flooding and threaten residential areas, infrastructures, and farmland.

Some catchment area development work had already been undertaken but completion remained at the planning stage for some 30 years. 

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