In this, the last issue of the Newsletter series, we are sharing a summary of information on our best efforts to successfully close the project and a collection of useful links giving access to the results we have achieved and products we have created within the project lifespan.
The DEEPWATER-CE project's final conference was held online on 31st March, 2022. Almost 70 people from different countries attended the conference! Thank you for being able to share the results of our work with you.
For all of you who did not have the opportunity to participate in the meeting, please have a look at our Final Project Brochure, where you will also find out about the results of our work.
The main objectives of these outputs are to indicate the (positive) environmental, social and economic effects of MAR, with particular emphasis on six methods and to present the results and conclusions of the work carried out in our 4 pilots areas:
The four pilot areas in Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and Croatia were exciting pilot sites where MAR methods can be developed to improve and increase groundwater resources. If you want to know more about the pilot sites, please visit the "MAIN RESULTS" section. Hungary (D.T3.3.1) Poland (D.T3.4.1), Slovakia (D.T3.5.1) and Croatia (D.T3.6.1).
The time is approaching for our autumn training events organised in partner countries.
The first training will be held online on 29th September 2021 by our colleagues from Germany, who will be hosting meeting in ENGLISH!
We warmly invite all interested participants to take part in the online training.
We are pleased to present the climate exposure maps created by the Lead Partner (Hungary), uploaded on the IGRAC's GGIS platform.
As part of the work on WP T3, a set of maps for the four partner countries (HU, HR, SK, PL) was created.
All 8 scenarios for 4 partner countries can be viewed and analyzed in the DEEPWATER-CE project Map Viewer available at:
We developed common methodological guidance for DEEPWATER-CE MAR pilot feasibility studies, WPT 3 - deliverable D.T3.2.5.
The guidance includes three main components:
(1) guidelines for water demand and supply determination (D.T3.2.1),
(2) guidelines for technical solutions to characterize a pilot site (D.T3.2.2),
(3) guidelines for Cost-Benefit Analysis (CBA) of the MAR scheme (D.T3.2.3).
You can download the report HERE
We have managed to organize webinars in our partner countries!
We have implemented such issues as:
1st WEBINAR: MAR principles and collection of good practices and benchmark analysis (D.T1.3.2.)
2nd WEBINAR: Toolbox, selection criteria and checklist for MAR location (D.T1.3.3).
If you couldn't take part in the webinars, we invite you to familiarize yourself with training materials and recordings of the meetings in different languages.
Welcome to our training section!
We present our handbook concerning a transnational decision-support toolbox for designating potential MAR locations in
Central Europe. It includes three major components: climatological
selection criteria, geological and hydrogeological selection
criteria and a sensitivity analysis. We encourage to read it in Publications section!