Dr. Alexandru Dorosencu is research fellow specialized in ornithology and holds his PhD in Biology from the Alexandru Ioan Cuza University in Iasi. His research and consultancy work is related to biodiversity conservation, ecology of conservative interest species, environmental impact assessments (nuclear power plant, onshore wind-farms, etc.).
He led national research projects (Inventory of conservative interest flora and fauna species throughout Romania in 2004-2005 period, Study to identify the migration routes, resting and nesting areas and establish the habitats necessary for conservation of bird species in Romania in 2006) and had a key role in establishment of Special Protected Areas of Natura 2000 network in Romania in 2004 – 2016 period. He has contributed to various international projects both as a leader or as a key expert (Saker Falcon Survey in Dobrogea – Part of the assessment program of Saker Falcon breeding population in SE Europe- International Wildlife Consulting Ltd., UK, Reassessment of current functional zones of Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve and management proposals of the core areas in Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve – Danube Parks, providing scientific background for management plan of Macin Mountains National Park, funded by LIFE-Nature program). Alexandru an author of the Status of the breeding population of Great Cormorants in Romania in 2013, IUCN-Wetlands International Cormorant Research Group Report.
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