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Eumon 

EU-wide monitoring methods and systems of surveillance for species and habitats of Community interest. 6 EU framework programme: Specific Target Research Project (STREP).
Coordinator: UFZ – Centre for Environmental research Leipzig-Halle (Germany). Project code: 006463, acronym EUMON, long title: EU-wide Monitoring Methods and Systems of Surveillance for Species and Habitats of Community Interest; programme FP6 code of application FP6-2003-SSP-3 under priority 8.1.B.1.5,
Research for Policy Support for 2004-2008 (42 months), activity: Policies 1.5 Task 7 – Development of monitoring methods and systems of surveillance for species and habitats of Community interest. http://eumon.ckff.si/
Researchers from the Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology participate in WP1 - social sciences working package.

Project summary

The EuMon project attempts to provide a European framework that standardizes, focuses and coordinates existing monitoring programs by comparing and integrating existing methods and monitoring schemes of species and habitats of community interests. The most successful methods in terms of cost effectiveness, regional robustness will be selected and tested for their European wide applicability. EuMon will pay special attention that existing monitoring programs can incorporate these methods and will give recommendations how new and successful monitoring programs can be established.
Special consideration for implementing monitoring programs will be paid by studying the social effects of monitoring regimes, because the relationship between amateurs and professionals are meant to be most important for implementing a successful monitoring regime.
The establishing of the NATURA 2000 network is one of the main actions on a European level to halt biodiversity loss. Therefore it is a prerequisite to evaluate its ability to maintain biodiversity. Additionally EuMon will develop methods to name the responsibility of EU Member states for the species and habitats of Community interests living under their protection.
A comprehensive database on monitoring schemes and recommended methods will be established and made accessible via an Internet portal.
The EuMon consortium combines the expertise of 16 partners from 11 countries. Total project costs are  2.2 Mio Euro, with a requested EU contribution of 1.49 Mio Euro.

Ramses 2

RAMSES II: Réseau euro-méditerranéen des centres de recherche en sciences humaines sur l’aire méditerranéenne – Euro-Mediterranean Network of Excellence of Research Centers in Humanities. (6th Framework Programme, Thematic Priority 7: Citizens and Governance in a Knowledge Based Society, 7.1.2. Cultural Dialogue and European Society). 
Coordinator: MMSH, Aix-en-Provence. 2006-2009. http://ramses2.mmsh.univ-aix.fr/

 

 

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