The artificialization of the river banks has led to the fragmentation of natural habitats, disrupting the life cycle of species and leading to a decrease in biodiversity. In addition, artificial flows have induced erosion and flooding problems, jeopardizing the resilience of ecosystems in the face of climate change. More and more renaturalization projects are currently underway and aim to correct these harmful effects by restoring the ecological functions of river banks.
This renaturalization of the river banks of is also not without consequences and it is necessary to be able to quantify the impact of groundwater on surface water.
By directly measuring groundwater fluxes in existing piezometers, Nagaré is able to quantify the flow of these groundwaters in order to be able to quantify their impact.
The renaturalization project can thus be designed and sized accordingly.