In the opening of the first day of meeting, the coordinator project Laura Boicenco welcomed the Anemone Consortium partners and Members of the Steering Committee and briefly presented the main projects activities deliverable and results.

ANEMONE meeting overview

The Agenda continues with following presentations:

Monitoring: current situation, needs, requirements for improvement, revision – Valentina Todorova, Marina Panayotova, IO-BAS

Black Sea pressures and impacts assessment – field work analysis (results, deliverables, recommendations) – Luminita Lazar, NIMRD

Hazardous substances assessment in marine organisms from Black Sea region (results, deliverables, recommendation) – Andra Oros, NIMRD

Citizen science – added value for ANEMONE project – Anca Gheorghe, Mihaela Cȃndea-Mirea, MareNostrum NGO

ANEMONE dissemination and lessons-learned – Mariana Golumbeanu, Magda Nenciu, NIMRD

Application of Ocean Colour data to construct phytoplankton bloom indicators for GES assessment in the Bulgarian and Romanian Black Sea waters -Violeta Slabakova, IO-BAS

Bottom trawling case study – Marina Panayotova, IO-BAS

During the second day, participants discussed on:

NEAT index application – Ibrahim Tan, Colpan Beken, Leyla Tolun, TUBITAK

Development and implementation of the ANEMONE WEB-GIS and Database interface – Oleksander Lepyoshkin, Yuryi Denga, UkrSCES

Black Sea chemical status evaluation by using an integrated hazardous substances assessment tool (CHASE tool) – Valentina Coatu, NIMRD

Relative impact of multiple human stressors to ecosystems in Black Sea Romanian coastal, transitional and shelf waters (EcoImpactMapper tool) – Alina Spinu, NIMRD

Cetacean survey in the western Black Sea coast of Turkey – Amaha Ozturk Ayaka, TUDAV

(Last Updated On: March 12, 2021)