Timespan: 2016 – 2019, Project consortium: Brockmann Consult GmbH (Hamburg, Germany), Odermatt & Brockmann GmbH (Zurich, Switzerland) and Brockmann Geomatics Sweden (Stockholm, Seweden)
Timespan: 2013 – 2015, the project Beneficiary is “Dunărea de Jos” University of Galati and Consortium include 5 partners
GMES initial Operations (GIO) Land Monitoring 2011 – 2013 in the framework of regulation (EU) No 911/2010 Pan-EU Component. Timespan: 2011 – 2013, DDNI roll: National coordinator, 11 persons
WP3 – assessment of the land cover/use changes for different scenarios in the Black Sea Catchment, and WP5 – Impacts on selected Societal Benefit Areas, biodiversity and wetland ecosystems of the Department of Natural Resources,
The overall objective of the FLOODRISK project was to develop and produce high quality, stakeholder oriented flood risk maps for the transnational Danube river floodplains to provide adequate risk information for spatial planning and economic requests.
RESTORATION OF AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS IN THE ŞONTEA-FORTUNA AREA- COMPONENT OF NATURA 2000 SITES ROSPA0031 AND ROSCI0065 OF THE DANUBE DELTA BIOSPHERE RESERVE
Timespan: May 2015 – April 2017, Budget: 1.556.177 Euro, Project Director: Dr. ing. Eugenia CIOACĂ, DDNI
WASTEnet is a network joint action, which aims at motivating the widest possible audience of local and regional authorities of the participating Black Sea countries to develop and apply Natural Treatment Systems (NTS), and in particular Constructed Wetlands (CWs), for the wastewater treatment of their remote rural communities.
CERES advances a cause-and-effect understanding of how climate change will influence Europe’s most important fish and shellfish resources and the economic activities depending on them.
The current approach to biodiversity assessment is based on morpho-taxonomy. This approach has many drawback such as being time consuming, limited in temporal and spatial resolution, and error-prone due to variation of individual taxonomic expertise of the analysts.
REstoration and prognosis of PEAT formation in fens – linking diversity in plant functional traits to soil biological and biogeochemical processes
The study spans four countries covering both the least and the most disturbed sites of all major fen regions in the EU. In order to compare undrained, drained and rewetted fens, we will analyse ecosystem processes at four study areas, supplemented by an ex-situ mesocosm and laboratory experiments.
Managing and restoring aquatic EcologicAl corridors for migratory fiSh species in the danUbe RivEr baSin (MEASURES)
Sturgeons and other migratory fish species represent a historic, economic and natural heritage of the Danube River Basin and are indicators of the ecological status of aquatic ecosystems, especially of the functionality of ecological corridors. Their populations have suffered substantially from overfishing, pollution, habitat destruction and disruption of their migration routes. The need for their conservation is recognized at a high political and management level (EUSDR-PA 06, Biodiversity, DRBMP).
Danube Delta National Institute for Research and Development
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