Department: BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION AND SUSTAINABLE USE OF NATURAL RESOURCES – Natural resources
Expertise: Inland Fishery, Fish Stock Assessment, Ichthyology, Migratory Fish Shad and Sturgeons, Aquatic Natural Resources, Aquatic Ecology
Tel.: +40240/524550 interior: 163
Dr. Ion NĂVODARU is a senior scientist, head of Conservation of Biodiversity and Sustainable Use of Natural Resources department, leader of and Sustainable Use of Natural Resources team at Danube Delta National Institute for Research & Development. He has 35 years of experience in inland fisheries research, published one book, 14 book-chapters, 86 scientific papers and presented more than 100 scientific works. Actually has leading National Progarmm NUCLEUS ”Danube Delta” and H2020 project CERES – Climate change and European aquatic RESources, but also collaborates in other H2020 project named AQUACROSS- ”Knowledge, Assessment and Management for AQUAtic Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services aCROSS EU policies” and is member on Management Committee of EU COST Action CA15219 DNAqua-Net ”Developing new genetic tools for bioassessment of aquatic ecosystems in Europe”. He was also lead partner of various EU projects: FP6 (GEM-CON-BIO), FP7 (TESS), and EU COST (CA635 INTERCAFE) and BSB – JOP, Black Sea e-Eye project. Along his carrier has leading 22 and collaborate in 14 national projects. He is a member of the Romanian Scientific Advisory Council of Fisheries Sector and of several international professional organisations, such as the European Ichthyologycal Society, Shad Foundation, Eurosturio, European Sustainable Use Group of IUCN. Ion occasionally reviews scientific manuscripts for journals, such as Fisheries Management and Ecology, Folia Zoologica, Cybium, Journal of Fish Biology, Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, and Society and Natural Resources.
Danube Delta National Institute for Research and Development
Babadag Street, nr. 165, PO 820112, Tulcea City, Romania