The IRIS-SES project “INTEGRATED REGIONAL MONITORING IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY IN THE SOUTH EUROPEAN SEAS” was funded with the main aim to develop a new concept and decision- making tools for the MSFD integrated monitoring and other environmental legislation, to support the management of human activities and their e ects in EU marine waters in the Mediterranean(…)
Within the framework of the IRIS-SES project and to help meet its goals, a stakeholder meeting was organized following the Meeting of the Integrated Monitoring Correspondence Group (CORMON) which took place on 30th March to 1st of April, 2015 in Athens, Greece by introducing the project(…)
Cataloging and assessment to MSFD needs: IRIS-SES will link and collect the existing information related to national/international marine monitoring programs in the Mediterranean and Black Seas in order to catalogue the existing knowledge that will form basis for an efficient and effective MSFD monitoring. Results from this outcome will be on line by 15 April 2014.
Outcomes of the assessment of multi-disciplinary and multi-state programs: IRIS-SES’s 2nd Deliverable
The Project will also assess the opportunity to develop multi disciplinary and transnational monitoring programs based on relevant scientific information integrating the implementation of policies when planning the monitoring. The quality assessment of the consistency of the existing monitoring programmes will be performed assessing the spatial and temporal effectiveness of the sampling sites, periodicity of(…)