Satta, Verdina (2015) I Sistemi idrici come organismi cibernetici: un approccio relazionale nella pianificazione di laghi artificiali e aree umide costiere. Doctoral Thesis.
The research deals with river basin planning considering both the relations between water, wetlands, and landscape, and the crisis caused by a design approach still conceiving water infrastructure elements – i.e. dams, water supply and treatment, and flood prevention systems – as separate and unrelated to the receiving water system, to its wetlands, and to landscape with its environmental, cultural, historic, and human features. Particular attention is given to artificial reservoirs and coastal wetlands insomuch as they represent nodal points of drainage basins, as they reflect territorial dynamics of water, and as they are cybernetic organisms representing a deeply interconnected socio-environment. The study examines two cases: the Boadella-Aiguamolls de l'Empordà system in Catalonia and the Cuga-Calich system in Sardinia. The research centres on the processes of review and structuration of landscape-water infrastructure relation, organizing its content based on multiple territorial layerings, within which complex issues – like flood risk, poor quality of water, low efficiency of water supply network, degradation of environment and landscape, or social denial of waterscapes – become driving forces in the definition of potential planning strategies rather than being mere outcomes.
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