Welcome to the Junior Research Group SEE-URBAN-WATER
SEE-URBAN-WATER is a junior research group that explores innovative approaches to address waterborne challenges through the design and implementation of Nature-Based-Solutions (NBS) in river basins and urban areas. The junior research group promotes knowledge through a transdisciplinary process to evaluate, develop and implement NBS using novel methods, tools and technologies. SEE-URBAN-WATER is based at the Technical University of Darmstadt and works closely with local partners in the city of León, Nicaragua, as well as with the Municipalities of Heredia, Flores, Belén, Barva and San Rafael in the province of Heredia, Costa Rica.
The research objective of the case study Pochote River in León is to guide the planning processes of urban water management by introducing and implementing Nature-Based Solutions, as the city is currently undergoing rapid urbanization that threatens the riverine ecosystems. On the other hand, in the case study of Quebrada Seca-Burío in Costa Rica the implementation of NBS aims to restore ecosystem services in urban areas where the urbanization has been taking place from decades ago.
6 students from TU Darmstadt receive scholarships to spend their summer semester at our partner universities
Within the framework of the International Study and Exchange Partnership (ISAP) with our partner universities Universidad Tecnológica La Salle in León, Nicaragua, and Universidad de Costa Rica in San José, Costa Rica, full scholarships for a 6-month exchange semester were awarded to 6 students of TU Darmstadt. more
Information to project partners and stakeholders on advances between August – December 2018 / Informaciones dirigidos a colaboradores y otros actors sobre advances entre Agosto – Diciembre 2018
SEE-URBAN-WATER wants to share the project progress so far! The team has prepared a bulletin report of the main activities carried out during the second semester of 2018.
VISIÓN URBANA DEL AGUA quiere compartir los avances del proyecto hasta ahora! El equipo de investigación ha preparado un boletín informativo con las principales actividades realizadas durante el segundo semestre de 2018. more