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ONGOING ACTIVITIES ON FLOOD RISK MANAGEMENT PLANNING IN SERBIA Dr Marina Babić Mladenović 17 th meeting of the Expert group on Flood Protection, Belgrade.

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1 ONGOING ACTIVITIES ON FLOOD RISK MANAGEMENT PLANNING IN SERBIA Dr Marina Babić Mladenović 17 th meeting of the Expert group on Flood Protection, Belgrade 15-16 April 2010 JAROSLAV ČERNI INSTITUTE, Belgrade

2 Potentially flooded areas (WMMP, 2001) App. 2 million ha is prone to flooding

3 Аpr 2000 (10 M ) Apr 2005 (14 M ) Јul 1999 (20 M ) Јun 2002 Mar 2009 Јul 1999 Dec 1999 Јun 2001 Feb 2010 Aug 2002 Apr 2006 Floods caused by extreme hydro- meteorological phenomena Efficient flood defense Floods from upstream neighboring countries Recent flood events in Serbia Apr 2004 Apr 2005 Apr 2006 Nov 2007 Feb 2010 Nov 2009Feb 2010

4 Feb 2010 floods – Timok river basin (Zajecar) Cause: rapid snowmelt + intensive rainfall Consequence: 300 houses flooded Activity: Reconsideration of flood risk + measures

5 Implementation of EU Floods directive in RS Serbia is for the time being not a member of the European Union and not obliged to implement the EU Floods directive Serbia is for the time being not a member of the European Union and not obliged to implement the EU Floods directive New Water law will include provisions of Floods directive i.e. obligations to undertake PFRA, prepare flood maps and FRMPs – currently in Parliament procedure New Water law will include provisions of Floods directive i.e. obligations to undertake PFRA, prepare flood maps and FRMPs – currently in Parliament procedure Deadlines for PFRA, FP and FRMP will not be set in Water law Deadlines for PFRA, FP and FRMP will not be set in Water law Some activities already started Some activities already started Different sources of financing (budget + EU funds) Different sources of financing (budget + EU funds) 2011 2013 2015 PFRAMAP FRMP

6 PeriodPROJECT FINANCED BY PROJECT IDEA/RESULT 2006 – 2007 Flood mapping along rivers in Serbia Indicative inundation maps in GIS 2008 – 2010 Development of a first draft Flood Risk Management Plan for Tamnava River Basin, Serbia Strengthen the capacity of the Serbian water administrators in flood risk management according to the principles of the EU Floods directive, through the development of a first draft FRMP for pilot area 2009 - 2011 Preliminary flood risk assessment for the territory of Republic of Serbia Identification of potentially significant flood risk areas 2009 - 2011 DANUBE FLOODRISK – Stakeholder oriented flood risk assessment of the Danube floodplains Development of flood risk maps for the Danube corridor – in Serbia left side of the Danube River, upstream of Belgrade – 0.3 Million (IPA 2008) 2010- 2012 Study of flood prone areas in Serbia – phase 1 Development of flood hazard and flood risk maps for a chosen river basins - 2 Million (IPA 2007) 2009 - 2010 Joint flood mapping study for the Sava River USACE + Development of flood hazard maps for the Sava river corridor Implementation of EU Floods directive in RS

7 Flood mapping along rivers in Serbia 2006/2007 Indicative flood inundation maps in GIS (scale 1:300.000) All available sources used (studies, post-flood reports etc.)

8 Indicative flood inundation maps

9 Preliminary flood risk assessment for the territory of Republic of SerbiaPreliminary flood risk assessment for the territory of Republic of Serbia 2009-2011 2009 Assessment of available data Development of PFRA methodology

10 PFRA – Available data: GIS maps PFRA – Available data: GIS maps (1:300.000) TopographyLand use Municipalities River network Protected areas (cultural and natural) Flood protection

11 PFRA – Flood types External floods External floods (river floods) Large alluvial rivers (F > 1.000 km 2, Q max /Q min 8-10 m, slow development and long duration Smaller rivers (100 < F < 1.000 km 2 ) Torrential rivers (F 1.000, rapid development and short duration of flood waves Internal floods Internal floods (pluvial and groundwater floods) Possible phassing: 1 st PFRA (2011) – only floods on large and smaller rivers 2 nd PFRA (2017) – torrents and internal floods

12 Development of a first draft Flood Risk Management Plan for Tamnava River Basin, SerbiaDevelopment of a first draft Flood Risk Management Plan for Tamnava River Basin, Serbia Project idea: Strengthen the capacity of the Serbian water administrators in flood risk management according to the principles of the EU Floods directive, through the development of a first draft FRMP for pilot area PFRA Flood hazard map Flood risk map FRMP 722 km 2

13 Flood hazard maps Q 1% Tamnava Ub Q 2% Q 5%

14 Draft FRMP for Tamnava RB Preparation of a first draft Flood risk management plan at a catchment level Preparation of a first draft Flood risk management plan at a catchment level Problems: Problems: Short project duration Short project duration Limited resources Limited resources Limited experiences of EU countries in FRMP preparation (methodology development, analysis, studies...) Limited experiences of EU countries in FRMP preparation (methodology development, analysis, studies...) Crucial involvement of local authorities and other stakeholders in Plan preparation Crucial involvement of local authorities and other stakeholders in Plan preparation Historical floods data Historical floods data Spatial planning Spatial planning Experience gained from the preparation of the Tamnava FRMP will facilitate the planning of the Floods directive implementation in Serbia Experience gained from the preparation of the Tamnava FRMP will facilitate the planning of the Floods directive implementation in Serbia

15 DANUBE FLOODRISK – Stakeholder oriented flood risk assessment of the Danube floodplainsDANUBE FLOODRISK – Stakeholder oriented flood risk assessment of the Danube floodplains 2009-2011 5 project partners from RS 5 project partners from RS IPA 2008 (300.000 ) IPA 2008 (300.000 ) RS lead partner signed the contract RS lead partner signed the contract Activities delayed for ~ 1 year Activities delayed for ~ 1 year Flood maps for the Danube reach between RS-HU border and Belgrade Flood maps for the Danube reach between RS-HU border and Belgrade

16 Danube model for Floodrisk project 16 Q 30, Q 100, Q 1000 Q-H Tisza Drava Danube Section 1 Section 2 Section 3 Existing MIKE11 model Existing MIKE11 model (2009) Danube FLOODRISK Danube FLOODRISK RS-HU border – Belgrade Steady state Q30, Q100, Q1000 Provision of Digital Ortho Photomaps DTM (Provision of Digital Ortho Photomaps, Location: Serbia EuropeAid/120447/D/SV/YU - Project N°05SER01/07/002) adjusted to needed vertical accuracy WL projection over terrain

17 STUDY OF FLOOD PRONE AREAS IN SERBIA – PHASE 1STUDY OF FLOOD PRONE AREAS IN SERBIA – PHASE 1 2010-2012 Development of flood hazard and flood risk maps for a chosen river basins Development of flood hazard and flood risk maps for a chosen river basins IPA 2007 (2 Million ) IPA 2007 (2 Million ) Inception phase Inception phase

18 Study of flood prone areas in Serbia Left and right side of the Danube River between Belgrade municipality Zemun (km 1175) and the upstream end of the Iron Gate gorge (km 1040) Larger rivers in the Velika Morava river basin Steady state Q30, Q100, Q1000 Provision of Digital Ortho Photomaps DTM (Provision of Digital Ortho Photomaps, Location: Serbia EuropeAid/120447/D/SV/YU - Project N°05SER01/07/002) adjusted to needed vertical accuracy WL projection over terrain

19 JOINT FLOOD MAPPING STUDY FOR THE SAVA RIVERJOINT FLOOD MAPPING STUDY FOR THE SAVA RIVER 2009-2010 Development of flood hazard maps for the Sava river corridor in Slovenia, Croatia, B&H, Serbia Development of flood hazard maps for the Sava river corridor in Slovenia, Croatia, B&H, Serbia HEC RAS model in preparation phase HEC RAS model in preparation phase DTM? DTM? Methodology for mapping? Methodology for mapping?

20 Joint flood mapping study for the Sava River 20

21 RESUME Danube km 1,433 - 1,173 Danube FLOODRISK Sava km 0 – 210 ISRBC Danube km 1,173 - 1,040 + Morava RB Study of flood prone areas in Serbia – phase 1 2011 2013 2015 PFRA MAP FRMP 2011 – PFRA completed 2013 – Flood mapping mostly completed 2015 – FRMP ?


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