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3519 Ljubljanica connects - Restoration of the Ljubljanica River corridor and improvement of the river's flow regime Removing barriers to fish migration, enhancing and restoring habitats, improving the water management infrastructure, and putting in place a water monitoring system. Establishing connectivity in the Ljubljanica river, Slovenia
3520 Case study:The Holbina-Dunavat Restoration Project Holbina-Dunavat area (S=5630 ha) has been studied from 1994 in order to establish a strategy for ecological restoration by a reintegration of the fish farm basins with the surrounding wetlands by opening the ring dikes around the basins. The positive effects are both ecological (wetland restoration, natural habitat and breeding area for fish and aquatic birds) and socio-economical (development of traditional activities, fishing, livestock and reed harvesting, creation of recreational areas for ecotourism) for the local people. Holbina-Dunavat Restoration Project, Romania
3521 The evolution process in Holbina-Dunavat area during restoration works Mainly during the last decades of the 20th century, the Danube Delta has suffered from human interventions that led to dramatic changes in some areas. These interventions consisted in the dyking of large areas for the purpose of agricultural use, intensive fish-farming and forestry, which resulted in dramatic alterations or disturbances of the water balance. This again had effects on the alteration of natural processes, the ecological balance as well as the characteristic functions of wetlands and led to a deterioration or worse, the loss of area-specific habitats. When the transformation measures were stopped in early 1990, the dyked area covered 97.408 ha (22 %) of the total 482.592 ha. Holbina-Dunavat Restoration Project, Romania
3522 The Fortuna Restoration Project The aim of the project was to connecting agricultural polder Fortuna (2.115 ha) to the Danube regime. Restoration of hydrological regime and hydrological functions means for this area, restoring and establishing the following functions: - habitat for plants and animals typical alluvial areas; - habitat and breeding area for fish and aquatic birds; - reservoir for biodiversity and providing genetic resources; - biocoridor and genetic exchange; - organic production; - biogeochemical circuit elements; - retention of sediments and pollutions; Black Sea biofilter. Fortuna Restoration Project in the Danube Delta, Romania
3523 Romanian Experiences Regarding Ecological Restoration in Danube Floodplain and Delta Presentation of Romanian experiences Fortuna Restoration Project in the Danube Delta, Romania
3524 The Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve The presentation on Danube Delta Fortuna Restoration Project in the Danube Delta, Romania
3525 Romanian Danube Delta Biodiversity Project Local Benefits The project intended to protect the Romanian Danube Delta ecosystem, contribute to the conservation of biodiversity in the Delta, strengthening the capacity of the Danube Delta Biodiversity Reserve Authority (DDBRA) and the Danube Delta National Institute (DDNI). Fortuna Restoration Project in the Danube Delta, Romania
3526 Danube birds conservation - Conservation of Endangered Bird Species Populations in Natural Habitats of the Danube Inland Delta The general objective is to improve the conservation status of the floodplain bird species that are protected in the Natura 2000 sites SPA Dunajské luhy (Slovakia) and SPA Szigetkoz (Hungary). The specific objectives of the project are to: -Restore selected wetlands, dried-up river branches and oxbows; -Restore river branch connectivity, water regime and flowing water conditions; -Lease or purchase land following the introduction of appropriate habitat management; -Eliminate fish migration barriers at two strategic points and restore birds†™ food base; -Restore abandoned meadows as feeding and nesting bird habitats; -Restore birds†™ refuges and nesting areas by planting native tree species; -Implement measures preventing unintentional and/or illegal disturbance of the target bird species populations; -Acquire relevant scientific data on target species and their habitats; -Raise awareness among key stakeholders and the public; -Implement additional measures that will make the habitats of target species more attractive for them (e.g. creation of appropriate breeding possibilities). Wetland restoration and remeandering in SPA Dunajské luhy (Slovakia) and SPA Szigetkoz (Hungary)
3527 Conservation of endangered bird species populations in natural habitats of the Danube inland delta In the past, the Danube inland delta represented one of the largest and most diverse natural wetland complexes in Central Europe. Large parts of it have been destroyed during last decades; presently habitat loss and destruction continues as a result of former river regulations and poor area management. The decreasing habitat quality and several other factors (e.g. unregulated disturbance by man) have lead to major decrease of populations of the typical floodplain bird species – black stork (Cicconia nigra), night heron (Nycticorax nycticorax), little egret (Egretta garzetta), sand martin (Riparia riparia). Nowadays the pressure of the negative factors continues, therefore urgent actions are needed to recover and/or maintain the quality and quantity of the floodplain avifauna. Wetland restoration and remeandering in SPA Dunajské luhy (Slovakia) and SPA Szigetkoz (Hungary)
3528 Reviving Water Wells and Ponds in Cross-Border Area The project envisages the restoration and arrangement of 32 water wells and ponds as monuments of cultural heritage Restoration of water wells in the Miren-Kostanjevica Municipality, Slovenia
3529 Case study: Ecoremediation System (ERM) for treatment of polluted tributary of Glinscica, Slovenia The innovative ecoremediation (ERM) system for treatment of the polluted tributary of GlinšÄica was therefore installed in 2006, the ERM system consists of the sedimentation pond for the deposition of coarse particles and reduction of current flow velocity, a vegetated ditch filled with different mixtures of sand, planted with common reed (Phragmites australis) for the aerobic) “ anaerobic treatment and a meandered revitalized stream bed of the tributary for the additional treatment. Pollution Treatment on the Glinščica, Slovenia
3530 Run-off treatment of highly fluctuating waters with subsurface vegetated drainage ditch and river bed with meanders Current research suggests using vegetated drainage ditch as an additional practice in the mitigation of surface water pollution. The paper discusses the prototype of vegetated drainage system Glinscica (VDSG) composed of a vege-tated drainage ditch (VDD) and a new river bed with me-anders (RBM) Pollution Treatment on the Glinščica, Slovenia
3531 Vegetated ditches for treatment of surface water with highly fluctuating water regime Vegetated drainage ditches (VDD) as a type of constructed wetland primarily serve to remove and store excess water associated with irrigation and storm events. Current research suggests using a VDD as an additional practice in the mitigation of surface water pollution. The VDD for water treatment of the Glinscica River was constructed in 2006. The efficiency of the system was evaluated in 2008 and 2009 regarding the reduction of SS, COD, BOD5, NH4-N, NO3-N, NO2-N, TN, ON and TP. The microbiological association developed in the VDD was analyzed with a focus on the identification and quantification of the narG gene as a denitrification indicator. This paper discusses the efficiency of pollution removal and the distribution of the narG gene within the VDD. The results showed that the highly fluctuating water regime was the main reason for the even distribution and abundance of the narG gene throughout the system, regardless of oxygen saturation or the nutrient status of the wastewater. With the exception of SS, pollutant concentrations met the permitted outflow levels. Pollution Treatment on the Glinščica, Slovenia
3532 Improvement of the navigation conditions on the Danube between Calarasi and Braila KM 375-KM 175 Improvement of the navigation conditions on the Danube between Calarasi and Braila , by ensuring the minimum depths of 2.5 m of the fairway recommended by the Danube Commission during the entire year, including the dry season. Improvement of the navigation conditions on the Danube between Calarasi and Braila, Romania
3533 Ecological restoration in Czech Republic Restoration of a raised bog almost completely destroyed by industrial peat mining. Establishment of wetland communities and peatforming vegetation with possible return of relict peatbog species Restoration of the Sumava peatbog, Czech Republic
3534 DOPPS - Restoring and conserving habitats and birds in Skocjanski Zatok N.R. Restoration was done by improving the lagoon's water circulation, through the removal of sediments, the creation of a new marsh, flooding an area previously used for agriculture and the installation of equipment to control and regulate the inflow and outflow of water. DOPPS - Restoring and conserving habitats and birds in Skocjanski Zatok Nature Reserve, Slovenia
3535 Reserve restoration Among the threats to bird populations and other biodiversity the insufficient flow and circulation of water in the lagoon was highlighted, the lagoon sediment pollution, loss of nesting habitats due to past degradation and the disturbance caused by human presence. DOPPS - Restoring and conserving habitats and birds in Skocjanski Zatok Nature Reserve, Slovenia
3536 LIVEDRAVA - Riparian Ecosystem Restoration of the Lower Drava River in Slovenia The most important actions are: transformation of 61 ha of former wastewater basins into a semi-natural wetland as a stopover site for migrating birds (Ormoz Basins); establishment of a grazing system; removal of illegally built fishing and hunting platforms; creation of a new artificial breeding island; opening up and restoration of three side arms of the Drava River (total length of 1.5 km) Creation of semi-natural wetlands near the Drava river, Slovenia
3537 LIVEDRAVA Projekt z naslovom »Obnova rečnega ekosistema nižinskega dela Drave v Sloveniji« z akronimom »LIVEDRAVA«, je zaživel s 01.09.2012 in bo trajal do 31.12.2017. Izvajali ga bomo na območju reke Drave, med Mariborom in Središčem ob Dravi. Vrednost projekta je 4.409.483 EUR. Evropska unija bo prispevala 50% sredstev, Ministrstvo za kmetijstvo in okolje 20%, ostalih 30% pa prispevajo partnerji in sofinancerji sami. Partnerji projekta so: VGB Maribor d.o.o., Drava Vodnogospodarsko podjetje Ptuj, d.d. in Mestna občina Ptuj. Poleg partnerjev so sofinancerji projekta še Dravkse elektrarne Maribor d.o.o., Ministrstvo Republike Slovenije za kmetijstvo in okolje ter Občina Ormož, projekt pa podpirajo Agencija republike Slovenije za okolje ter Občina Središče ob Dravi. Creation of semi-natural wetlands near the Drava river, Slovenia
3538 Project Description The overall goal of the project is to re-establish a favourable conservation status for eight targeted freshwater habitats and six wetland habitat SCIs. The project sites †“ Pohorje, Zelenci, Vrhe, Planik, Gornji kal and Mura-Petišovci contain different ypes of wetlands, all of which have suffered from a lack of appropriate management. WETMAN - Conservation and management of freshwater, Slovenia
3539 About the project The hydrological conditions will be improved, overgrowth and invasive alien fish species will be removed in Gornji kal and Mura oxbow lakes, destruction of endangered habitats and the disturbance of endangered species will be prevented by building footpaths in Zelenci and in Pohorje bogs, guidelines for management of pilot areas will be prepared and integrated into sector plans, which will ensure a sustainable conservation of pilot areas. Field actions will be supported by awareness raising action both on national and local level. WETMAN - Conservation and management of freshwater, Slovenia
3540 Case study:Restoration of Rusenski Lom River near Ivanovo Application of the principle †œmore space for the river †“ more safety for people† Floodplain restoration in the Russenski Lom Nature Park, Bulgaria
3541 Case study:Restoration, protection and sustainable development of protected area "Zlato pole" Providing of additional water quantities for maintaining the hydrological regime of the protected place Zlato pole - construction of a hydraulic structure - a channel for supplying water from the river of Marinka in the protected area. (original website: http://zmzp.dimitrovgrad.bg/) Restoration of the Zlato pole protected area, Bulgaria
3542 Restoration, protection and sustainable management of the biodiversity in the protected place Zlato pole Restoration, protection and sustainable management of the biodiversity in protected place Zlatno pole, by applying the measures provided for in the Management Plan. Restoration of the Zlato pole protected area, Bulgaria
3543 LIFE FOR THE BOURGAS LAKE - Ensuring Conservation of Priority Bird Species and Coastal Habitats at the Bourgas Natura 2000 Wetland Sites The †œLife for the Bourgas lakes† project aims to secure the long-term conservation of the five bird species included in Annex I of the Birds Directive and the sustainable management of their wetland habitats around the city of Burgas. To achieve this, it plans to: Wetland management on the Burgas lakes, Bulgaria

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