Research projects 2001-2006

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Applied Studies for Ladonas River

Starting/ending date: 01/12/2006-30/04/2008 Financing: 46.410 € National project Dr C. Daoulas & Bertahas I., Inland Waters The construction of a high dam for hydroelectric power on the river Ladonas created a disruption of the natural river structure and functioning


Starting/ending date: 2006-2008 (30 months) Financing:  27.573,49 € National project Dr M.Th. Stoumboudi, Inland Waters Monitoring of the state and abundance of Ladigesocypris ghigii (Pisces, Cyprinidae) population in Gadouras stream (Rhodes Island), during the construction of the Gadouras dam.


Starting/ending date: 01/03/2006–31/07/2006 Financing: 32.000 € National project Dr A. Diapoulis, Inland Waters Implementation of ecological criteria in the submitted Greek sites

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Starting/ending date: 16/01/2006-15/01/2011 Financing: 189.000,00 € European project Dr K. Papakonstantinou, Marine Biological Resources Coordination of Marine Fisheries Research in Europe. [ERAC - Contract No. 025989]

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Starting/ending date: 10/01/2006-11/10/2006 Financing: 11.900 € European project Kapantagakis A., Marine Biological Resources Mediterranean Small Craft Fishery and Development.


Starting/ending date: 01/01/2006 -31/12/2009 Financing: 285.197 € European project Dr V. Valavanis, Marine Biological Resources ECOsystem approach to Sustainable Management of the Marine Environment and its living Resources.

Improvement of facilities of the IMBR/HCMR

Starting/ending date: 01/01/2006-30/11/2006 Financing: 77.777 € National Project Dr A. Conides, Marine Biological Resources The funding originates from the latest evaluation of General Secretariat for Research and Technology/Ministry of Development Institutes in 2005 in order to support the improvement of

PRONE: Risk in Fisheries

Starting/ending date: 01/01/2006-28/02/2009 Financing: 78.200 € European Project Dr A. Conides, Marine Biological Resources The main objective of the project is to investigate how risk analysis theory can be adapted to European fisheries management, embracing the full process form stock