This project was based in Spain and largely managed by SEHUMED, the Spanish wetland centre that is part of the MedWet Scientific and Technical Team. The project focused on the methodological design, implementation and dissemination of specific technical tools for managing tourism-related and other recreational activities in wetlands.
This project was done in Albania and ended in 2004. It aimed at the application of the MedWet Inventory Method in Albanian wetlands and the development of inventorying techniques using satellite image processing. Another important aspect of the project was raising awareness for wetland conservation.
This project was based on the Doiran lake which is shared between Greece and the FYR of Macedonia and ended in 2005. It aimed at strengthening the cooperation between the two countries in terms of the sustainable management of lake Doiran.
Greek Turkish Cooperation for the enhancement of conservation and management of wetland resources (Directive 2000/60/EC). The project, which was a collaboration of Turkish and Greek agencies, aimed at establishing common methods and protocols in water quality assessment and advance scientific knowledge in the context of the EU’s Water Framework Directive
This project took place in the artificial Lake Kerkini in Greece. A set of socio-economic reports were prepared that examined the relationship between social, ecological and economic factors in wetlands. These were disseminated to the governments and appropriate authorities and proposed guidelines for sustainable economic activity in Mediterranean wetlands.
This project which ended in 2004 involved many academic partners and aimed at developing an advanced system which used spatial indicators to support the monitoring and in turn the management of protected sites.