Projects

SIDPOP – Support instrument for decision making in persistent organic pollutants management: Case Study – Mureş Catchment Area – EEA Grant


The influence of biotope on the morphological variability, distribution and structure of aquatic Heteroptera communities – ULBS Grant


The assessment of ant communities and other groups of insects as indicators of heavy metal pollution – ULBS Grant


Quantification and modeling of the ecosystem services offered by the Carpathian rivers in the context of impact assessment and the environmental costs of human activities – OP HRD Post-doctoral Grant


Integrated management plan review for the Grădiştea Muncelului–Cioclovina Natural Park  ROSCI0087 and ROSPA0045 – OP ENV Grant


Ensuring an appropriate management for the Maramureş Mountains Natural Park by preserving biodiversity, monitoring, sightseeing, information and awareness – OP ENV Grant


Study of the quality of Timiş water and registry of polluters, source to border –part of the Protective measures for Timiş River project – financed by European Community through the PHARE CBC program


Fishes as water quality indicators of open waters of Serbia – financed by Serbian Ministry of Education and Science


A sustainable sanitary model in decentralized spaces according to Hosman village (Romania) example – financed by DBU


The integrated management of ichthyofauna in Carpathian rivers (order I, II) in bio-economic and eco-economic context. Pilot study: the Târnava basin, adaptability model at national level – OP HRD Post-doctoral Grant


Estimating soil loss through erosion and land degradation in the Secaşul Mare Basin for development by eco-economic and bio-economic principles – OP HRD Post-doctoral Grant


Assessing the biodiversity – stability – self-regulation relationship, scientific basis for sustainable management of the Carpathian lotic ecosystem resources and services in eco-bio-economic context – OP HRD Post-doctoral Grant


Heliciculture as a bio-economic and eco-economic alternative for the overexploitation of terrestrial gastropods in Romania for commercial purposes. Pilot Study: Southern Transylvania – OP HRD Post-doctoral Grant


Promoting a responsible forest management to support sustainable development in the Danube – Carpathian ecoregion, Romania – financed by The European Commission and WWF-DCP


Integrated management of wetlands in the Carpathians, part of the BioREGIO Carpathians Project – financed by Swiss Contribution to the enlarged European Union and Carpathian Wetlands Initiative


Elaborating the Red List of species, habitats and the list of invasive species in the Romanian Carpathians, part of the BioREGIO Carpathians Project – financed by Swiss Contribution to the enlarged European Union and Carpathian Wetlands Initiative


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