About system

An automated web-based system for calculating and forecasting the water balance of the Dniester Basin was created as part of the component “Climate Change and Security in the Dniester River Basin” of the project “Climate Change and Security in Eastern Europe, Central Asia and the South Caucasus”, which was implemented by the UN Economic Commission for Europe and Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe under the auspices of the Environment and Security Initiative (ENVSEC) with financial support from the European Union Stability Tool Austrian Development Agency. The web-system was improved within the framework of the GEF / UNDP / OSCE project “Promoting Transboundary Cooperation and Integrated Water Resources Management in the Dniester River Basin”. The whole range of software developments, mapping information, creating and filling databases with information was carried out by the joint Moldovan-Ukrainian working group under the leadership of Mokin Vitaliy Borisovich (tel. + 38-0432-43-77-22; e-mail: vbmokin @ gmail. com), in accordance with the methodology developed by this working group.


An automated web-based system for calculating and forecasting the water balance of the Dniester basin provides:


1) for unauthorized users:


- View maps with water management sites and gauging stations;
- viewing verified balance sheet calculations for water plots from the system archive;


2) for authorized users:


- viewing information in the system;
- input, change of information in the system in those tables for which users have reliable data (access rights to each table are issued by the system administrator);
- calculation of the water balance for the water sectors of the Dniester basin for 50%, 75%, 95% of the supply, as well as the balance for the selected year and the balance forecast taking into account climate change;
- saving to the archive of verified calculations of the water balance;
- View maps with water management sites and gauging stations;
- viewing verified balance sheet calculations for water plots from the system archive;
- view statistics;


3) for the system administrator:


- management of system users and their rights;
- archive management.