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Bergen

Bergen is the second largest city in Norway, located on the West cost of the country. Its pronounced topography and exposed location make it one of Europe’s rainiest cities. The city has a robust water supply comprised of several coupled surface water reservoirs, but the transport systems for water and sewage are old. [...]

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Wupper

The Wupper catchment area lies in the state of North-Rhine Westphalia, Germany, with an area of 813 km² and a river network of approx. 2.300 km. The Große Dhünn reservoir (GDT) is located within the Dhünn catchment area, the main tributary of the Wupper. The Wupper then meets the Rhine at the city of Leverkusen. The Mirke Creek in Wuppertal is a typical brook in that area for flush floods. [...]

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Veluwe

The Veluwe research site is situated in the centre of the Netherlands. The force of glaciers in the ice ages formed the characteristics of the landscape with ice pushed hills. The groundwater levels are deep in the centre and shallow at the fringes. The land use consists of forest mainly. Residential areas and dairy farming surround the Veluwe. [...]

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Troodos

The BINGO Cyprus team investigates climate-water issues in two watersheds along the semi-arid, northern slopes of the Troodos Mountains. In Peristerona Watershed the main problem is drought in the rural plains. Streamflow from the upstream areas recharges the groundwater resources downstream. In Pedieos Watershed the main problem is flooding in the downstream urban areas.  [...]

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Badalona

Figure 1. Plan view of Badalona. [...]

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Tagus

The Tagus river basin has an area of 80600 km2, 30% of which correspond to the downstream catchment, in the Portuguese territory. The BINGO RS Tagus focused on the lower part of the Tagus river basin, aiming to: [...]

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