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  • EBRO RIVER BASIN ORGANIZATION

    EBRO HYDROGRAPHIC CONFEDERATION

    Vitoria-GasteizPamplona

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    Ro Ebro

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    PasEspaa

    LEYENDA

    Zaragoza Lleida

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    A F R I C A

    A S I A

    0 500 1000 1500 2000 kilmetros

    ESPAA

    Andrs de Lucas Martn Andrs de Lucas Martn

    Jefe de Servicio de la Oficina de Planificacin HidrolgicaJefe de Servicio de la Oficina de Planificacin Hidrolgica

    Confederacin Hidrogrfica del Ebro.Confederacin Hidrogrfica del Ebro.

    MARMMARM

  • Comunidades AutnomasComunidades Autnomas

    17 CCAA17 CCAA

  • Spanish Constitution 1978:Spanish Constitution 1978: Art. 2 : Spain is a unitary country with Art. 2 : Spain is a unitary country with

    Autonomous Communities.Autonomous Communities.

    Art. 148: competences AA.CC.Art. 148: competences AA.CC.

    IntroductionIntroduction

    Art. 148: competences AA.CC.Art. 148: competences AA.CC.

    Art. 149: competences Central Government.Art. 149: competences Central Government.

    Water managementWater management Geographic criteriaGeographic criteria

    Integrated river basin managementIntegrated river basin management

  • DEFINITION OF RIVER BASIN AND RIVER BASIN DEFINITION OF RIVER BASIN AND RIVER BASIN DISTRICT (SPANISH WATER LAW)DISTRICT (SPANISH WATER LAW)

    Traditional management unit in Spain: river Traditional management unit in Spain: river basin.basin. River basin means the area of land from which all River basin means the area of land from which all surface runsurface run--off flows through a sequence of streams, off flows through a sequence of streams, rivers and, possibly, lakes into the sea at a single river rivers and, possibly, lakes into the sea at a single river mouth, estuary or deltamouth, estuary or delta. (Art. 16 WL). (Art. 16 WL)mouth, estuary or deltamouth, estuary or delta. (Art. 16 WL). (Art. 16 WL)

    New wider unit following WFD. New wider unit following WFD. Art. 16 bis: River Art. 16 bis: River basin district means the area of land and sea, made up basin district means the area of land and sea, made up of one or more neighbouring river basins together with of one or more neighbouring river basins together with their associated groundwaters and coastal waters. their associated groundwaters and coastal waters. (Art. (Art. 16bis WL)16bis WL)

  • RIVER BASIN DISTRICTS (interRIVER BASIN DISTRICTS (inter--communitary, communitary, as stated in Royal Decree 125/2007)as stated in Royal Decree 125/2007)

    9 OOCC Intercomunitarios. 9 OOCC Intercomunitarios. CHCH

  • In river basins that include territory of In river basins that include territory of several Autonomous Communities:several Autonomous Communities:

    Basin organizations exist, called Basin organizations exist, called Confederaciones Hidrogrficas (Hydrographic Confederaciones Hidrogrficas (Hydrographic

    Basin organizations in SpainBasin organizations in Spain

    Confederaciones Hidrogrficas (Hydrographic Confederaciones Hidrogrficas (Hydrographic Confederations).Confederations).

    Autonomous Organizations, associated to the Autonomous Organizations, associated to the Ministry of Environment and Rural and Marine Ministry of Environment and Rural and Marine Affairs.Affairs.

    They are autonomous to manage their own They are autonomous to manage their own resources. resources.

    Legally regulated on Water Law. Legally regulated on Water Law.

  • Created on 1926 (Irrigation and electricity)Created on 1926 (Irrigation and electricity) 6060--7070s Watter mannagement. Supplies and s Watter mannagement. Supplies and

    waste water systems.waste water systems. On 1985 Water Law they are incorporated to a On 1985 Water Law they are incorporated to a

    new legal framework.new legal framework.

    THE EBRO HYDROGRAPHIC CONFEDERATIONTHE EBRO HYDROGRAPHIC CONFEDERATION

    On 1985 Water Law they are incorporated to a On 1985 Water Law they are incorporated to a new legal framework.new legal framework.

    Through R.D. 931/1989 the new Ebro Through R.D. 931/1989 the new Ebro Hydrographic Confederation was established, Hydrographic Confederation was established, following 1985 Water Law mandate.following 1985 Water Law mandate.

    R.D.984/1989 defines the structure of the R.D.984/1989 defines the structure of the Hydrographic Confederations. Hydrographic Confederations.

  • Aneto 3.404 m.o.s.l.Aneto 3.404 m.o.s.l.

    PHISICAL FRAMEWORKPHISICAL FRAMEWORK

    MoncayoMoncayo2.313 2.313 metres metres

    over sea levelover sea levelZaragoza 210 Zaragoza 210 m.o.s.l.m.o.s.l.

    85.500 km^285.500 km^2

    3 Million inhabitants3 Million inhabitants

    35 hab/km^235 hab/km^2

  • DensityDensity

  • N

    AVERAGE PRECIPITATION MEDIA IN THE EBRO RIVER AVERAGE PRECIPITATION MEDIA IN THE EBRO RIVER BASIN: 620 mm. Big differences within the basin.BASIN: 620 mm. Big differences within the basin.

    0 50 100 kilmetros

    Pmedia 1920-20021500Sin datos

    AmbitoRios ppales.

  • HydrologyHydrology

    Surface waterMain rivers (km) 13.049

    Water bodies river 697

    Lakes and lagoons 92

    Transitional water bodies 3

    Coastal water bodies 1

    Groundwater

    Groundwater bodies 105

    Permeable surface (km2) 16.770

  • Main riversMain rivers

  • Average estimated water resources (volumes in Tortosa, natural regime).

    Average interannual 18.200 hm3/year

    Total water resourcesTotal water resources

    Maximum 29.700 hm3/year

    Minimum 8.400 hm3/year

    VARIABILITY +/VARIABILITY +/-- 60% WET / DRY 60% WET / DRY YEARSYEARS

  • PhysicalPhysical--chemical quality on surface waterchemical quality on surface water

    Average quality (2002) N control points%

    A1 A2: simple physical treatment or normal physical and chemical treatment, and

    disinfection

    114 78 %

    WFD new focus on biological WFD new focus on biological quality.quality.

    disinfection

    A3: intensive physical and chemical treatment, and

    disinfection25 17 %

  • Main economic features of RBD EbroMain economic features of RBD Ebro

    MACROMAGNITUDES RBD EBRO

    GDP (m.p.) %NUMBER OF

    JOBS%

    Gross Domestic Product per capita: 25.000 Gross Domestic Product per capita: 25.000 /inh. /inh. Population density: 35 inh./km2Population density: 35 inh./km2

    RBD EBRO JOBS

    Agriculture, farming and fisheries 3.468.084 4,5% 131 7,9%Energy 1.607.805 2,1% 9 0,5%Industry 16.220.081 21,2% 378 22,7%Construction 7.346.883 9,6% 181 10,9%Services 39.776.482 52,1% 965 58,0%

    TOTAL 76.411.296 100,0% 1.664 100,0%Source: elaboration on National Statistics Institute data (INE, 2008)

    THOUSANDS euros, 2005 (provisional)

    THOUSANDS 2005 (provisional)

    1.660.000 employments1.660.000 employments

  • Water usesWater uses

    Urban and industrial usesUrban and industrial uses

    Supplied population: 3.000.000 within the basin, and nearly 1.500.000 inh. out of the basin (transfers).(transfers).

    Urban water needs: 313 Hm3/year + 246 Hm3/year.

    Industrial water needs: 414 Hm3/year.

    Supply guarantee: near 100%.

  • EXISTING TRANSFERS OUT OF EXISTING TRANSFERS OUT OF EBRO BASINEBRO BASIN

  • Agrarian usesAgrarian uses

    Irrigated surface under concession (2005):783.900 ha.

    Agrarian water needs: 6.310 Hm3/year (agriculture) + 66 Hm3/year (livestock)..(agriculture) + 66 Hm3/year (livestock)..

    Supply guarantee: limited, dependent on precipitations regime.

    Water sources: surface water bodies: 91% groundwater bodies: 8%

  • Energy usesEnergy uses

    Number of installations

    Power (Mw) Average Production Gwh/year

    Hydropower 322 3.874 7.800

    Coal termopower 3 1.290 7.600Coal termopower 3 1.290 7.600

    Gas termopower 3 1.600 -

    Nuclear power 2 2.421 18.400

    Energy uses in the basin are not water consumptive or Energy uses in the basin are not water consumptive or return a high percentage of supplied waterreturn a high percentage of supplied water

  • 23.667 WATER EXTRACTIONS REGISTERED23.667 WATER EXTRACTIONS REGISTERED

  • 1.413 LICENCED WATER DISPOSALS1.413 LICENCED WATER DISPOSALS

  • AUTHORIZED WORKS IN PUBLIC HYDRAULIC DOMAINAUTHORIZED WORKS IN PUBLIC HYDRAULIC DOMAIN

  • Water services: high capacity infrastructuresWater services: high capacity infrastructures

    Total Government (CHE)

    Number of dams > 1 hm3 107 45

    Water reservoirsWater reservoirs

    Number of dams > 1 hm3 107 45

    Flooded surface (has.) 41.634 22.911

    (%) on basin surface 0,49 0,27

    Total water stock capacity (hm3) 7.580 4.055

    (%) Ratio stock capacity / natural resources

    41,89 22,26

  • SISTEM Supplied irrigated surface

    (has. 2005)Canal Lodosa 32.818

    Canal Imperial de Aragn 26.508

    Canal de Tauste 9.022

    Canal margen derecha del Ebro 15.170

    Canal margen izquierda del Ebro 12.690

    Canals (high capacity network)Canals (high capacity network)

    Canal margen izquierda del Ebro 12.690

    Canal margen derecha del Najerilla 2.785

    Canal margen izquierda del Najerilla 5.015

    Canal de Urgel (Principal + Auxiliar) 77.516

    Canal de Piana 13.495

    Canal de Aragn y Catalua 98.202

    Riegos del Alto Aragn 120.000

    Sistema de Bardenas (I + II) 75.000

    TOTAL 488.221

    Barely no navigationBarely no navigation

  • MAIN INFRASTRUCTURES (RESERVOIRS AND MAIN INFRASTRUCTURES (RESERVOIRS AND CANALS)CANALS)

  • Basic political dat