Management of natural water resources
Climate change and human activity are having an increasingly important impact on hydrosystems, strengthening local water stress with direct ecological and social consequences: quality of hydrosystems, flood management, human consumption (hydraulic energy, irrigation, drinking water) and tourist activities.
The ATARA project is based on the development of a web tool allowing the management of natural water resources, via hydro-bio-geochemical modeling of water bodies (lakes and reservoirs).
This project focuses on the development of hydrodynamic and water quality modeling tools. These models are integrated into a web interface allowing an appropriation of the results via statistical tools synthesizing the information.