Project - Towards the assesment of ecological status of water bodies in the Sava River Basin

Description


Description: The Sava River flows through SI, HR, BA and RS. The Sava River Basin represents an important part of the Danube River basin due to its natural heterogeneity and biodiversity. Although collection of data on environmental status is performed through the national monitoring programmes, most of the activities are limited to certain river sections, and particularly to chemical and biological parameters. No common database and data exchange mechanism has been established.So the main objective of this project is to propose a platform for efficient exchange of monitoring data and information in SRB.
Expected Results: The outcomes of the project will provide supplementary information for the development of future water management plans and flood protection plans programmes dealing with different use of natural resources on local, national and transnational level (SRB Management Plan, Sediment Management Plan, Plans for the development of navigation, Protocols to the FASRB, Flood Risk Management Plan).



Project Summary


Project name (EN): Towards the assesment of ecological status of water bodies in the Sava River Basin
Project acronym: STAWA

Project start date: 2015-04-01
Project end date: 2016-03-31
Project status: Closed

Total budget/expenditure: EUR 39.690,32
European Union funding: EUR 34.800,00

Project part of European Union Macro-Regional or Sea Basin Strategy: EUSDR
EUSDR Priority (Policy) area / Horizontal action: Priority Area 4 - To restore and maintain the quality of waters
EUSDR Degree of compliance: in line with the EUSDR

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Partners Data


Lead Partner (EN): University of Belgrade, Institute for Biological Research Siniša Stankoviæ
Lead Partner: University of Belgrade, Institute for Biological Research Siniša Stankoviæ
Address: 142 Bulevar despota Stefana, Belgrad, Serbia
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