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.
This project, which took place in various locations around Greece, aimed at helping the Greek Authorities prepare for the implementation of the EU’s Water Framework Directive.
This project took place in the Macedonia and Thrace Regions of Greece and ended in 2006. It aimed at developing modeling systems and tools for management of water resources in river basins that made use of meteorological, geological, hydrological and other data.
This project took place in the Kalohori lagoon in Greece and ended in 2003. It aimed at the restoration of degraded wetland functions, at creating a more sustainable management plan and raising public awareness.