A methodology revaluating environmental impact assessment studies on dams. The case study of Ladonas River, Peloponnese, Greece

Water resources management projects, despite of the beneficial effects on human beings, bear and noteworthy effect on the environment, must be subjected to appraised and evaluated making use of Environmental Impact Assessment studies (EIA). The case history under study is a hydroelectrical project on river Ladona in central Peloponnese, Greece, which had been constructed since 1958.

At this paper an attempt is made alterations of the environment at a wide area around the dam to be recorded, during 50 years of its lifetime, followed by the determination of the most important environmental impacts to be scrutinately investigated, as well as proposals for the alleviation of the repercussions that are caused. The methodology that was followed, took into account the evaluation of the environmental impacts of the hydroelectric project, as well as the comparison of the situation before and after the building of the dam.

Copyright: © Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Quelle: 2nd International Conference 2009 (Juni 2009)
Seiten: 6
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Autor: T. Mimides
Katerina Pylarinou
H. Lazana

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