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Developing of flood forecast system at Drava River reffering to the Croatian-Hungarian hydrographic stations
Project ID: HUHR/0901/1.1.2/0003
Project acronym: FLOOD FORECAST AT DRAVA RIVER
Project title: Developing of flood forecast system at Drava River reffering to the Croatian-Hungarian hydrographic stations
Project website: http://www.dravamonitoring.eu
Call: HUHR/0901
Action: 1.1.2 Environmental planning activities and minor public actions to improve the quality of the environment in the natural areas
Total project budget: 297 635,00 €
EU contribution: 252 939,75 €
Project Duration 01 May 2010 − 31 August 2011
Geographical location of the project: Somogy megye, Baranya megye, Varaždinska županija, Virovitičko-podravska županija, Osječko-baranjska županija
Project status: Finalized
Project description:

Development of a new flood forecast system jointly for the whole area to replace the old outdated and poorly connected systems from the two sides of the border. In future the forecast results will enable the Croatian and Hungarian water authorities to organize and co-ordinate their flood defense efforts in advance, corresponding to the lead time of forecast

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Partnership

Lead Beneficiary

Dél-Dunántúli Környezetvédelmi És Vízügyi Igazgatóság
Hungary, Baranya megye

 

Project Partner 1

Hrvatske vode, Pravna osoba za upravljanje vodama
Croatia, Osječko-baranjska županija

 

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