A. Efstratiadis, A. Tegos, G. Karavokiros, I. Kyriazopoulou, and I. Vazimas, Master Plan for water resources management for the area of Karditsa, Integrated Management of Hydrosystems in Conjunction with an Advanced Information System (ODYSSEUS), Report 16, 132 pages, NAMA, Athens, December 2006.
The present report refers to the Master Plan for water resources management for the area of Karditsa and was elaborated by NAMA's research team in cooperation with DEYA Karditsa and the National Technical University of Athens. This deliverable is part of Work Package 8 with title "Pilot Applications". The Pilot Applications aim to test and evaluate the product (from methodology and software efficiency viewpoints) on hydrosystems with totally different characteristics, in terms of their hydroclimatic regime, structure scale, and institutional and administrative framework of management. After the completion of the pilot applications, the product was re-examined at all levels (theoretical background, software design and implementation), before assuming its final form. This report will include the following main sections, according to the Technical Addendum of the Contract: (a) description of the study area, (b) description of the hydrosystem, (c) data and processing, (d) water needs assessment, (e) hydrological inflow assessment, (f) management of the hydrosystem, (g) simulation of quality parameters, (h) financial analysis and (i) conclusions and proposals.
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