In 2018, the Venezia Nuova Consortium entrusted Thetis with the task of supporting the operation and management of the Arsenale Control Room as part of the management of the MOSE System

Thetis developed modeling activities aimed at supporting the management, operation, and maintenance of mobile barriers as well as the environmental management of the Venice lagoon.
Thetis in particular conducted a set of modeling simulations and analyzed the results, to study the effects of different climate change scenarios on the trophic state of the Venice lagoon, in combination with the expected closing events of the mobile barriers at the sea inlets.
The analysis was carried out by using the trophic model of the Venice lagoon, daily used for the forecasting of the oxygenation state of the waters and for the identification of possible conditions that can trigger the occurrence of anoxic events.