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Field trips in the Romanian coastal area between Cape Midia and Vama Veche

Time schedule:

  • April 6, 2008
  • May 26, 2008
  • June 9, 2008
  • July 31, 2008
  • August 6, 2008

Purpose and work points:

  • Observations of the terrestrial coastal biodiversity in several points of the south coast of the Romanian littoral: the Chituc sand bank, Corbu-Cape Midia beach, the beach between Navodari and Mamaia Nord, the sand dunes reservation in Agigea, the littoral zone between Eforie Nord and Eforie Sud, the seawall and beach in Eforie Sud, the seawall between Tuzla and Costinesti, the Herghelie Mangalia marsh, the beach and seawall in 2 May, the beach and seawall in Vama Veche;
  • Observations regarding the anthropogenic impact on the coastal habitats in several points of the southern littoral: the beach between Navodari and Mamaia Nord, the beaches and seawall of Constanta, the littoral area between Eforie Nord and Eforie Sud, the beach and seawall in Vama Veche;
  • The monitoring of populations of rare and endangered species of plants and animals, including birds (according to Romanian and international red lists);
  • The mapping of coastal habitats with high concentrations of rare species and of those important because of their rare fauna and flora;

Work team:

  • Project team members: Dr. Marius F─âg─âra┼č, Dr. Marius Skolka, Dr. Dan Cog─âlniceanu, Dr. Paulina Anastasiu, Biologist Loreley Jianu, Ecologist Ciprian Samoil─â (Romania), Dr. Zheni Nanova, Dr. Aleksander Doychinov, Biologist Georgi Georgiev, Lenutsa Marcha (Bulgaria).
  • Volunteers: Dr. Gavril Negrean, Biologist Gabriel B─ânic─â (Ph.D. student), Biologist Marian Tudor (Ph.D. student), Biologist Ionela Carp (Ph.D. student ÔÇô Romania).

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Field trips in the Bulgarian coastal area between Durankulak and Cape Kaliakra

Time schedule:

  • April 11-13, 2008
  • May 9-11, 2008
  • June 6-8, 2008
  • July 18-20, 2008
  • August 8-10, 2008

Purpose and work points:

  • Observations regarding the terrestrial coastal biodiversity from different points of the northern littoral of the Bulgarian coast: the low seawall and the sand dunes in Durankuak, the wetlands of Lake Durankulak (protected area and Ramsar site), the seawall and semi-fixed dunes in Krapec, the marine dunes in Schabla, the wetlands of Lake Schabla (protected area and Ramsar site), the plateau and seawall in Kaliakra (natural reservation), the seawall between Cape Kaliakra and Bolata.
  • Observations on the anthropogenic impact on the coastal habitats in several points of the northern Bulgarian littoral: the limestone plateau in Cape Kaliakra.
  • The monitoring of populations of rare and endangered species of plants and animals, including birds (according to Bulgarian and international red lists).
  • The mapping of coastal habitats with high concentrations of rare species and of those important because of their rare fauna and flora;

Team of experts:

  • Project team members: Dr. Marius F─âg─âra┼č, Dr. Marius Skolka, Dr. Dan Cog─âlniceanu, Dr. Paulina Anastasiu, Biologist Loreley Jianu (Rom├ónia), Dr. Zheni Nanova, Dr. Aleksander Doychinov, Biologist Georgi Georgiev, Galin Georgiev (manager Getia Pontica Association), Lenutsa Marcha (Bulgaria).
  • Volunteers: Dr. Gavril Negrean, Biologist Gabriel B─ânic─â (Ph.D. student), Biologist Marian Tudor (Ph.D. student ÔÇô Rom├ónia), Dr. Ioana Popescu (Drury University, SUA)

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