project our goals and stakeholders

Our project partners

The European countries that are part of SmartLagoon are: Spain, Italy, Sweden, Switzerland, Denmark and Norway. Find out more about them on our dedicated page.

Italy Spain Switzerland Denmark Sweden Norway

Our project timeline

Here are the main steps that will lead us to the implementation of all SmartLagoon stages.

  1. Project Started!

    The SmartLagoon project, funded with the Horizon 2020 program, has started!

  2. Partnership agreement

    Fundacion Universitaria San Antonio
    Signature of the Partnership Agreement by all partners

  3. Website published and Appointment of the CoDNOC

    Alma Mater Studiorum - Università di Bologna
    Publishing of the website and appointment of the CoDNOC

  4. Sensing technologies validated and tested at Lake Erken

    Uppsala Universitet
    Report D2.1 finished

  5. Environmental, economic, social and legislative conditions and constraints of the Mar Menor mapped

    Vielca Ingenieros S.A.
    Technical brief D.4.1 finished

  6. BMPs, policies and scenarios for water pollution control and flood mitigation measures identified and Progress Report

    Vielca Ingenieros S.A. and Fundacion Universitaria San Antonio
    Report D.4.2 finished by the Vielca Ingenieros S.A.

    Approval of the second progress report in M18 and the third progress report M36 for the Fundacion Universitaria San Antonio

  7. Conceptual model stakeholder workshops

    Norsk Institutt for Vannforskning
    All workshops for conceptual model development conducted

  8. Initial Social sensing platform available and Forecasting portal can undertake initial simulations

    Universitat Politècnica de València and WaterITech
    The Universitat Politècnica de València made available the social sensing tool that sends information to the public repository while WaterITech published ASAP web portal, which is available for project cases

  9. Photrack discharge app can process photos from Mar Menor

    Photrack AG
    Web portal for visualization (D.5.2)

  10. Catchment and lagoon models calibrated for Mar Menor

    Uppsala Universitet
    Model output illustration on project website

  11. Final systems dynamic stakeholder workshop

    Norsk Institutt for Vannforskning
    Final WP4 workshop conducted

Our deriverables

Citizens engagement, Collaboration, Communication, Dissemination and Exploitation

Public Participation Plan – SMLG_D7.1 | Download the pdf

Communication, Dissemination and Exploitation Plan – SMLG_D7.2 | Download the pdf

Joint Collaboration Task Work Plan – SMLG_D7.4 | Download the pdf

Blueprint for a full-fledged system for environmental intelligence (first version) – SMLG_D7.5| Download the pdf

Project Management

Data Management Plan – SMLG_D6.9| Download the pdf

Socio-environmental dynamics modelling

Technical brief on the environmental, economic, social and legislative conditions and constraints of the Mar Menor region and thematic maps – SMLG_D4.1| Download the pdf

Description of BMPs and policies and associated scenarios for water pollution control and flood mitigation measures – SMLG_D4.2| Download the pdf

Digital Twin Development

Short note summarizing the stakeholder needs for the forecast portals – SMLG_D5.1| Download the pdf

Efficient Data Collection and Sensing

Report on sensing technologies validation at Erken lake – D2.1| Download the pdf

Report on socio-environmental variables publicly available – D2.4| Download the pdf

Innovative modelling of environmental processes

Complete SWAT + model setup for Mar Menor – D3.1| Download the pdf


ACM GoodIT 2021

SMARTLAGOON: Innovative modelling approaches for predicting socio-environmental evolution in highly anthropized coastal lagoons

José M. Cecilia, Pietro Manzoni, Dennis Trolle, Anders Nielsen, Pablo Blanco, Catia Prandi, Salvador Peña-Haro, Line Barkved, Don Pierson, Javier Senent  –> Download the PDF

IAHS-AISH Scientific Assembly 2022

Site identification and discharge measurements through Mobile Crowdsensing in the Mar Menor region

Salvador Peña-Haro, José M. Cecilia, Pablo Blanco-Gómez, Catia Prandi, and Javier Senent-Aparicio 

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Journal of Hydrology

A holistic approach for determining the hydrology of the mar menor coastal lagoon by combining hydrological & hydrodynamic models

Javier Senent-Aparicio, Adrián López-Ballesteros, Anders Nielsen, Dennis Troll

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Impact of Climate Change on the Hydrology of the Forested Watershed That Drains to Lake Erken in Sweden: An Analysis Using SWAT+ and CMIP6 Scenarios 

Inmaculada C. Jiménez-Navarro, Patricia Jimeno-Sáez,  Adrián López-Ballesteros, Julio Pérez-Sánchez, Javier Senent-Aparicio

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Remote Sensing

Analysing the Impact of Climate Change on Hydrological Ecosystem Services in Laguna del Sauce (Uruguay) Using the SWAT Model and Remote Sensing Data

Celina Aznarez; Patricia Jimeno-Sáez; Adrián López-Ballesteros; Juan Pablo Pacheco; Javier SenentAparicio

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Remote Sensing

Evaluating the Potential of GloFAS-ERA5 River Discharge Reanalysis Data for Calibrating the SWAT Model in the Grande San Miguel River Basin (El Salvador)

Javier Senent-Aparicio; Pablo Blanco-Gómez; Adrián López-Ballesteros; Patricia Jimeno-Sáez; Julio Pérez-Sánchez

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