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Gestión tradicional de la escorrentía de tormentas para riego de prados en Monteagudo del Castillo (Teruel)

Authors: Alejandro José Pérez Cueva; Ghaleb Fansa;

Gestión tradicional de la escorrentía de tormentas para riego de prados en Monteagudo del Castillo (Teruel)

Abstract

espanolMonteagudo del Castillo (Teruel) esta cerca del polo de maxima tormentosidad violenta de la Peninsula Iberica. El aporte pluviometrico de estas tormentas es capaz de invertir el regimen estacional habitual del clima mediterraneo, con el verano como estacion mas lluviosa. Aqui se estudia la gestion tradicional de la arroyada en dos cuencas del termino municipal, desde la doble perspectiva riesgo/recurso: control de la erosion y aprovechamiento de la arroyada para regar prados. Para gestionar la arroyada concentrada de las tormentas se ha modificado la red de drenaje mediante acequias recolectoras y/o evacuadoras y la rectificacion de la red hidrografica natural. Las acequias de derivacion permiten la existencia de prados para ganado bovino con precipitaciones alrededor de 430 mm/ano. Se reconstruye la red de drenaje mediante trabajo de campo, fotointerpretacion y datos LIDAR, para conceptualizar los tipos de cauce, interpretar la red antropica y poder determinar las estrategias de gestion. EnglishMonteagudo del Castillo (Teruel) is near the pole of maximum violent storms of the Iberian Peninsula. The pluviometric contribution of these storms is capable of reversing the usual seasonal regime of the Mediterranean climate, with summer as the rainiest season. Here the traditional management of the stream in two basins of the municipal area is studied, from the double perspective risk/resource: control of erosion and use of the stream to irrigate meadows. To manage the concentrated stream of the storms, the drainage network has been modified through collecting and/or evacuating channels and the rectification of the natural hydrographic network. The derivation channels allow the existence of meadows for cattle with rainfall of around 430 mm/year. The drainage network is reconstructed through field work, photointerpretation and LIDAR data, to conceptualize the channel types, interpret the anthropic network and determine management strategies.

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