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title: "IRMaRA: Interactive Reservoir MAnagement Risk Assessment"
author: David Dorchies, Jean-Claude Bader, Quan Dau
date: vEGU2021 - 2021, April the 27<sup>th</sup>
author: David Dorchies, Jean-Claude Bader, Quan Dau<br/>
<small>G-EAU, Univ Montpellier, AgroParisTech, CIRAD, IRD, INRAE, Institut Agro, Montpellier, France</small>
date: EGU21-10676 - 2021, April the 27<sup>th</sup>
output:
html_document:
toc: true
self_contained: no
css:
- "pagedown_inrae.css"
in_header: header_iframe_resizer.html
bibliography: IRMaRA.bib
---
```{r echo=FALSE}
knitr::opts_chunk$set(echo = FALSE)
```
# Introduction
Interactive Reservoir MAnagement Risk Assessment (IRMaRA) is a R Shiny interface providing probability of failure of flood and drought objective at key locations downstream of the 4 lakes regulating the Seine River based on the current storage of the reservoirs and the climatology of the basin.
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# The Seine River basin
## 4 reservoirs for 7 objectives at 9 monitoring stations
Four reservoir control the flows of the Seine River basin (See map below). There objectives are to maintain the flow between defined low-flow and high-flow thresholds at 9 monitoring stations (red dots on the map).
![The Seine River basin (after @dorchiesClimateChangeImpacts2014)](map_seine_basin.png)
```{r}
s <- "Arcis-sur-Aube 6.3 5 4 3.5 110 260 400
Mery-sur-Seine 7.3 5 4 3.5 140 170 400
Nogent-sur-Seine 25 20 17 16 180 280 420
Gurgy (Yonne) 14 12.5 11 9.2 220 340 400
Courlon sur Yonne 23 16 13 11 550 700 900
Alfortville (Seine) 64 48 41 36 850 1200 1400
Ch�lons-sur-Marne 12 11 9 8 330 520 700
Noisiel (Marne) 32 23 20 17 350 500 650
Paris (Seine) 81 60 51 45 950 1600 2000"
df <- read.csv(text = s, sep = "\t")
knitr::kable(df,
col.names = strsplit("Monitoring station Low-flow Vigilance Low-flow Alert Low-flow Reinforced alert Low-flow Crises High-flow Vigilance High-flow Regular High-flow Exceptional", "\t")[[1]],
caption = "The thresholds at the monitoring stations in m<sup>3</sup>/s (after @dorchiesClimateChangeImpacts2014)")
```
## Reservoir rule sets
The reservoir management respects a set of rules described in detail in @dehayEtudeImpactChangement2012. These rules can be summed up with these few constraints:
a. Qres (minimum flow) at inlets and at Yonne outlet (inline reservoir)
b. Qres at outlets
c. Qref (maximum flow) at inlets and outlets
d. Priority to hydropower generation on Yonne reservoir (Max outflow of 16m<sup>3</sup>/s)
e. QST Gradient flow daily limitation for Yonne reservoir (+/- 2m3/s per day)
Usually, all these constraints should be applied but in critical situations the manager can choose to by-pass some of them in order to optimise the chance to satisfy objectives at downstream monitoring stations.
IRMaRA proposes to assess the failure risk on the objectives with the following combinations of policy constraints:
- All constraints (a+b+c+d+e)
- 1, without $Q_{ref}$ (a+b+d+e)
- 1, without $Q_{res}$ at outlets (a+c+d+e)
- 3, without $Q_{ref}$ (a+d+e)
- 4, without hydropower priority for Yonne lake (a+e)
- 5, without Yonne outflow variation limitation (a)
With $Q_{ref}$ the maximum flow allowed in the river at the inlets and outlets of the reservoirs and $Q_{res}$ the minimum flow to leave in the river when the reservoir is filling up.
# About this application
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## Source codes
The source used for running IRMarA (including 'VGEST' Pascal sources and R-packages) are available on the GIT repository of the project: https://gitlab.irstea.fr/in-wop
The source used for running IRMaRA (including 'VGEST' Pascal sources and R-packages) are available on the GIT repository of the project: https://gitlab.irstea.fr/in-wop
## Licence
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h2 {
font-size: 22pt;
font-size: 36pt;
}
h2 {
font-size: 18pt;
}
/* tableaux - avec gt */
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