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K O T O O L I W E T L A N D S

K O T O O L I W E T L A N D S

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  1. K O T O O L I W E T L A N D S

  2. T H E S I T E AROUND 247 ACRES OF WATER LOGGED AREA, POPULARLY KNOWN AS KOTTULI WETLAND S U R R O U N D E D B Y : • NEW BYE-PASS ROAD ON EAST • INDIRAGANDHI ROAD ON SOUTH • MINI BYE-PASS ON WEST • WYNAD ROAD ON NORTH. • CANOLI CANAL CONNECTS THIS LAND TO TWO MAJOR RIVERS OF KOZHIKODE CHARACTER OF THE REGION URBAN CHARACTER MANGROOVES & WATER LOGGED AREAS ROADS & HIGH RISE BUILDINGS ON WEST RETAINING WALLS OF THE CANAL WELL MAINTAINED POLLUTION LEVEL- VERY HIGH ACTIVITIES- MEETINGS AND COMMERCIAL INTERACTION - LOW

  3. W E T L A N D A R E A S – ITS IMPORTANCE • IMPROVES WATER QUALITY DUE TO NATURAL PROCESSES • HOME FOR NUMEROUS FLORA AND FAUNA DRAINAGE BASIN • MAINTAINS CITY’S ECOLOGICAL BALANCE • SPECIES PRESERVATION AND BIO DIVERSITY • ENVIRONMENTAL LEARNING OPPURTUNITIES • VERY VALUABLE AS SOURCES, SINKS, AND TRANSFORMERS OF A MULTITUDE OF CHEMICAL, BIOLOGICAL AND GENETIC MATERIALS • PLAYS AN IMPORTANT ROLE IN CONTROLLING POLLUTION, FLOOD AND RECHARGING GROUND WATER AQUIFERS. ECONOMIC PROTOTYPE - SITE VALUES NEAR WETLANDS

  4. W E T L A N D S H U M A N I N T E R V E N T I O N S

  5. BEFORE CURRENTT U R B A N W E T L A N D S – H U M A N I N T E R V E N T I O N S DAVIS WETLAND PARK – CALIFORNIA 400 ACRES DESIGNED HABITATS AND CONSERVATION ZONES MAINTAIN THE ECOLOGIAL BALANCE OF THE CITY THERE ARE FIVE TYPES OF HABITAT INCLUDING OPEN WATER HABITAT SERVES AS REFUGE AND BROODING WATER FOR WINTERING AND RESIDENT WATERFOWL SEASONAL WETLANDS AND MUDFLATS HOST SHOREBIRDS, MIGRANT AND RESIDENT SONGBIRDS, AND AN ARRAY OF MAMMALS THE GRASSLANDS AND RIPARIAN WOODLAND SUPPORT ALL NATIVE PLANTS. GRASSLANDS AND WOODLANDS ARE IMPORTANT HABITAT FOR BIRDS-OF-PREY, SONG BIRDS, MAMMALS, REPTILES AND NESTING WATERFOWL AS THE TREES IN THE RIPARIAN WOODLANDS MATURE THEY WILL FUNCTION AS WIND BRAKES TO HELP REDUCE EROSION IN THE WETLANDS.

  6. U R B A N W E T L A N D S – H U M A N I N T E R V E N T I O N S TIN SHUI WAI – HONG KONG ECOLOGICAL MITIGATION AREA ( EMA) 64 ACRES AFTER BEFORE • ECO TOURISM ZONE • AN EDUCATION AND RECREATION VENUE • THEME ON THE FUNCTIONS AND VALUES OF WETLANDS FOR USE BY LOCAL RESIDENTS AND OVERSEAS VISITORS • A WORLD CLASS ECO-WETLAND PARK

  7. F L O R A A N D F A U N A

  8. F L O R A & F A U N A FLORA • 7 MANGROVE SPECIES • 2O MANGROVE ASSOCIATES • COCONUT TREES

  9. F L O R A & F A U N A • FAUNA • 20 - WATER BIRDS SPECIES • 2 - SPECIES OF BIRDS ASSOCIATED WITH WATER • 3 - SPECIES OF BIRDS ASSOCIATED WITH WATER LOGGED WEEDS • 9 - SPECIES OFLAND BIRDS 11 SPECIES OF FISHES • 1 - SPECIES OF PRAWN • 1 - CRAB SPECIES

  10. P R E S E N T S T A T U S

  11. C H A R A C T E R SITE VIEW VIEWS & VISTAS

  12. T H E B U I L T – U N B U I L T D I A G R A M CANAL BUILDABLE AREA WATER LOGGED AREA MEDIUM INTERVENTION ZONE

  13. I M P O R T A N C E O F T H E S I T E CALICUT CITY - GROWTH PATTERN

  14. A S O L U T I O N B Y DE S I G N

  15. D E S I G N C O N S I D E R A T I O N S D E S I G N C O N C E P T “A LIVING MUSEUM”- HISTORY WALK THROUGH THE AGES • ECONOMIC FEASIBILITY • SITE FEASIBILITY • ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT • CULTURAL, HISTORICAL AND ECONOMICAL IMPACTS • TOURISM EACH SPACE BEING A TESTIMONY OF ITS TIME, CULTURE & PEOPLE SPACE ALLOTED CAN BE DEVELOPED BY RESPECTIVE EMBASSIES/ PEOPLE FORUM/ GOVERNMENTS/ PRIVATE AGENCIES ATTRACTS TOURIST FROM ALL PART OF THE WORLD MINIMUM FINANCIAL BURDEN

  16. B R O A D L E V E L D E V E L O P M E N T S C H E M E PROPOSED GALLERY CUM CENTRAL TOURISM INFORMATION CENTER CONTROLLED DEVELOPMENT ZONE OVER THE EDGES/ NEIGBOURHOOD OF THE WETLAND PARK MANGROVE AFFORESTATION RESIDENTIAL ISLANDS PROPOSED BIRD WATCHING AREA /BIRD SANCTUARY TO ELATHUR ESTUARY VADAKARA KALARI ZONE NORTH MALABAR FOLK ART ZONE PRESENT GARDEN AREA TO BE DEVELOPED AS NATURE INTERPRETATION CENTER WITH VIEW POINTS/PERIPHERAL WALKWAYS PERIPHERAL WALKWAYS EXHIBITION SPACES AND LIVING MUSEUM WITH CULTURAL / HISTORIC SPACES /STALLS“VILLAGE” PROPOSED RAISED WALKWAYS PROPOSED BRIDGE PROPOSED KALIPOIKA WITH FOOD KIOSK AND BOAT JETTY PROPOSED FOOD COURT PROPOSED PLAZA KALLAI INDUSTRIAL ZONE BEYPORE PORT ZONE ,KOTTAKAL AYURVEDIC ZONE PARKING AND COMMERCIAL FACILITIES WITH CONTROLLED DEVELOPMENT PROPOSED BOATING PAVILION

  17. T H E B U I L T – A C O N C E P T

  18. D R E A M C I T Y T O B E C O M E A R E A L I T Y ! ! ! ! W H A T H A S T O B E D O N E ? • AUTHORITIES TO FINALISE/ACQUIRE THE SITE WITH IMMEDIATE EFFECT • A DETAIL SURVEY AND CONTOUR MAPPING • STRICT DEVELOPMENT MEASURES AND CONTROLS TO PREVENT FURTHUR RECLAMATION AND FILLING UP OF LAND • STRICT GUIDELINES AND DEVELOPMENT MEASURES TO BE ENFORCED FOR NEIGHBOURHOOD SITES, WITHIN AND OUTSIDE SITE BOUNDARY TO PREVENT HAPHAZARD DEVELOPMENT • MANGROVE PROTECTION/AFFORESTATION AND WATER BODY CONSERVATION • RECONSTITUTING THE WATERBODY NETWORK TO FACILITATE EFFECTIVE NATURAL PROCESSESS • INTEGRATION OF THE PROJECT WITH THE PROPOSED CANOLY CANAL DEVELOPMENT SCHEME AND KALIPOIKA DEVELOPMENT • UNIFICATION OF ACTIVITIES DONE BY VARIOUS AGENCIES AND FORMING A CENTRAL CO-ORDINATING AGENCY AS A PROFESSIONAL BODY • INCORPORATING THE PROJECT IN INTERNATIONAL ECO–TOURISM MAP

  19. M E T H O D O L O G Y A DETAIL DESIGN SCHEME TO BE FORMULATED ANALYSING THE RESULTS OF . . . CONTOUR MAPPING LAND AVAILABILITY ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STUDY DONE BY CWRDM ECONOMIC FEASIBILITY STUDY VARIOUS RELATED PROJECTS AND SCHEMES