Department: BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION AND SUSTAINABLE USE OF NATURAL RESOURCES
Expertise: Human Geography, Socio-Economic analyses, Perceptions and cultural values, Governance
Tel.: +40240/524550 int.: 156
PhD student Eugenia MARIN graduated in 2006 Faculty of Natural and Agricultural Sciences, Department of Geography, University “Ovidius” Constanta and in 2008, her Master’s degree in Sustainable Management of Geographical Landscapes through Organization and Regional Development from Bucharest University. She is currently a PhD student at Doctoral School “Simion Mehedinti”, Faculty of Gegraphy, Bucharest University. As scientific researcher, with 11 years of experience within the Danube Delta National Institute for Research and Development, she published 15 scientific papers in Romanian and English. Her area of competence within DDNI is human geography, socio-economic analyses, public participatory approaches, stakeholder analyses and cultural landscape assessments. She coordinated the national project “Socio-Economic Development Assessment of Local Communities and Promoting Sustainable Economic Activities in the Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve” from 2009-2012 and collaborated in several national and international projects funded by FP7 programme (PEGASO project – People for Ecosystem-based Governance in Assessing Sustainable development of Ocean and coast), by Interreg programme (Danube Floodrisk project – Stakeholder oriented flood risk assessment for the Danube floodplains), by the Dutch programme partners for Water (Room for the River in Cat’s bend, Romania), and by DANUBEPARKS programme (Danube’s River Morphology and Revitalization project).