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Title: Institute of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Research


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Institute of Biodiversity and Ecosystem
Research Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
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  • Mission
  • Conduct research, provide espertise and training,
    and inform decision makers in the areas of
    biodiversity, ecology, ecosystems and ecosystem
    services, biological resources and environmental
    conservation.
  • Departments
  • Plant and Fungal Diversity and Resources
  • Animal Diversity and Resources
  • Aquatic Ecosystems
  • Ecosystem Research, Environmental Risk
    Assessment and Conservation Biology
  • About 130 scientific staff is employed currently
    at the Institute.

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Priority areas of research Origin, evolution
and dynamics of flora, mycota and fauna
Diversity of organisms and their ecological and
evolutionary relations at all levels from
genetic and population to ecosystem level
Structure and functioning of biotic communities,
ecosystems and landscapes Scientific basis for
environmental conservation identification of
threats and development of mitigation measures
Sustainable management of biological resources
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Priority areas of research Biology and ecology
of species of economic and social importance,
such as pests and parasites, as well as other
organisms of importance to medicine, nature
protection, agriculture, forestry, fishery,
hunting, management of bio-resources and other
human activities Invasive alien species
distribution, pathways of introduction,
biological and ecological traits, impact, early
warning, risk assessment and management
Scientific basis of ecological risk assessment,
assessment of environmental impact,
bio-monitoring and safety systems
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Programme BG03 Biodiversity and Ecosystem
Priority 2 Improving the protection of
natural ecosystems from invasive alien
species.   Open call 1 Network for exchange of
information and capacity building on invasive
alien species Priority 3 Improved integration
of considerations related to biodiversity into
sectoral policies and legislation.   Open Call 2
Mapping and assessment of the ecosystems status
and their services
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Priority 2 Improving the protection of natural
ecosystems from invasive alien species.   Open
call 1 Network for exchange of information and
capacity building on invasive alien species
  • Our experience in this area/ What we can offer
  • The Institute has coordinated several national
    and international projects on invasive alien
    species (IAS)
  • Expertise in the invasive alien species
    taxonomy, distribution, pathways of introduction,
    biology and ecology in Bulgaria, the Balkan
    Peninsula and Europe, as well as IAS risk
    assessment and management

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Biology, ecology and control of the invasive
aliens species in the Bulgarian flora (2009-2012)
funded by the National Science Fund Assessment
of the alien species for the Bulgarian flora and
mycota and measures for mitigation of their
impact on the natural ecosystems and native
species (2004-2006), funded by the Bulgarian
Ministry of Environment and Water
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Assessment of Zebra Mussel (Dreissena polymorpha)
Infestation Risk Using GIS for Water Basins in
the North-West Bulgaria (2005-2006), funded by
the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development
Centers International Research Office
Dreissena spp. Native Range and Recent
Invasions Current Knowledge, Potential
Approaches and Further Actions (2008-2009),
funded by the Austrian Federal Ministry of
Science and Research
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Assessment and Management of Dreissena spp.
Invasions in the Bulgarian Water Bodies
(2009-2012), funded by the National Science Fund
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Potential threats to environmental and economic
sustainability in the Danube and Black Sea
Region Danube River as invasive alien species
corridor (2012-ongoing), supported by the
International Association for Danube Research
(IAD)
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The Institute initiated the establishment of the
East and South European network on Invasive alien
species (ESENIAS) with the support of the
European Environment Agency (EEA) and in
collaboration with IUCN/ISSG, with the aims
  • Exchange and share of information on IAS
  • Facilitate collaboration between institutions
    and IAS experts in East and South Europe to
    prevent the introduction of IAS and to combat
    their impact
  • Establish joint research activities on IAS
    publications, projects
  • Harmonise regional IAS policy development
  • Integrate information on IAS in East and South
    Europe into European and global IAS initiatives.

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Project Idea
  • Develop the network structure of the IAS network
    in East and South Europe
  • Establish an information system on IAS in the
    region to enable sharing of data and information
    on IAS related initiatives carried out at the
    regional level
  • Develop the structure and organisation of the
    dataflow to and within the information system
  • Develop the database and manage data
  • Develop Early warning system in the region
  • Extend the network to neighbouring countries,
    Hungary, Slovenia, as well as to southern
    European and Black Sea countries
  • Develop networking and cooperation with other
    IAS databases and gateways at national, regional
    and European level

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Potential Project Partners
Regional and national IAS databases - East and
South European countries
NOBANIS and other IAS information systems
- Directorate for Nature Management Norway
Other interested partners from Norway, Iceland
and Liechtenstein
East and South European network on Invasive alien
species
National System for Environmental Monitoring
(ExEA) Other national Information systems/
experts (national partners)
EASIN (JRC associated partner?)
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Priority 3 Improved integration of
considerations related to biodiversity into
sectoral policies and legislation.   Open Call 2
Mapping and assessment of the ecosystems status
and their services
Our experience in this area/ What we can offer
  • Formal member of ILTER net
  • Participation in Eu Programs- ??ST, H2020, LIFE
  • Participation in the development of concepts
    Ecosystem integrity and ESS
  • Participation in EUROMAB Biosphere reserves,
  • Natura 2000.

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LTER-Europe 2009
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first concepts
network implementation
formal ILTER member
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2010-2013 Cost Action FP 0903
2009-2013 SENSFOR-2012-2016 EUROCOPPICE
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LIFE
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  • Environmental quality and pressures assessment
    across Europe the LTER network as an integrated
    and shared system for ecosystem monitoring
  • EnvEurope
  • 2010-2013

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Sv. Bratanova-Doncheva1, N. Chipev1, R. Fikova1,
E. Varadinova1, V. Karamfilov1, E. Rafailova2,
N. Ignatova21Central Laboratory of General
Ecology, 2 Gagarin Street, Sofia 11132University
of Forestry, 10 Kliment Ohridski Blvd., Sofia 1756
Environmental quality and pressures assessment
across Europe the EnvEurope Project
The EnvEurope project was proposed (November
2008) and approved (November 2009) within the
Component Environmental Policy and Governance
(EPG) of the Programme LIFE 2008. The project
started in January 2010 and will last 4 years,
until December 2013. EnvEurope is under the
Coordination of Italy. The Coordinating
Beneficiary is the Institute of Marine Sciences
of the National Research Council (ISMAR-CNR)
. The project, which is the most relevant in
terms of participants number (11 Countries, 16
European partners) and EC co-financing, among
those approved in LIFE 2008, fits into one of
the main objectives of the component LIFE EPG
(Strategic Approach) strengthening the
European process SEIS (Shared Environmental
Information System) and the GMES (Global
Monitoring for Environment and Security)
initiative, in a context of ecological knowledge
transfer from the scientific world to the
environmental policies.
FINLAND University Of Jyväskylä
SWEDEN Swedish University Of Agricultural
Sciences
LITHUANIA Lithuanian University Of Agriculture
GERMANY Senckenberg, Research Institutes and
Natural History Museums and Helmholtz Centre for
Environmental Research
POLAND European Regional Centre For Ecohydrology
U/A Unesco, International Institute Of Polish
Academy of Sciences and Instytut Ekologii
Terenów Uprzemyslowionych
AUSTRIA Federal Environmental Agency
SPAIN Spanish National Research Council
BULGARIA Central Laboratory of General Ecology
ROMANIA University Of Bucharest, Department of
Ecology and Forest Research and Management
Institute
ITALY (COORDINATOR) National Research Council
(CNR) and CONECOFOR
HUNGARY University Of Debrecen and Hungarian
Academy Of Sciences
The project EnvEurope was born and will develop
inside the European Long-Term Ecosystem Research
Network (LTER-Europe) community. The project
aims at the integration and coordination at the
European level of long-term ecological research
and monitoring initiatives, focused on
understanding trends and changes of environmental
quality, and on the elaboration of relevant
detection systems and methods. The main target
of the project EnvEurope is the analysis of the
ecosystem status and the definition of
appropriate environmental quality indicators with
an integrated long-term, broad scale,
cross-domain (terrestrial, freshwater, costal and
marine ecosystems) approach, joining the efforts
of 11 countries belonging to the LTER Europe
network.
EnvEurope proposes the design of environmental
quality monitoring and research sites and the
establishing of common parameter sets to be
collected across the largest network of long-term
ecological research sites in Europe. Focussing
on three types of ecosystems (terrestrial,
freshwater and marine) it aims at defining
measures relevant to different scales of
investigation, with specific monitoring
intensities and with methods adjusted to the
respective assessment intensity, implementing a
multi-level and multi-functional approach. A
further target of the project is the selection of
a core list of ecological parameters, indicators
and indexes, useful to analyse, compare and
report environmental quality in the international
context.
  • The EnvEurope project aims to
  • Select and provide data, information and
    ecological indicators concerning the long-term
    quality trends of terrestrial, marine, freshwater
    ecosystems at European scale, inside the
    monitoring network E-LTER (European Long Term
    Ecosystem Research network)
  • Select and collect data able to provide
    information on environmental quality and drivers
    in respect of indicators and methodologies shared
    and applied in the main European networks (LTER
    Europe, EIONET, EU Forest Focus ICPs of
    UNECE/CLRTAP/WGE, Natura2000, etc.).
  • Reorganise the E-LTER network on the basis of
    suitable sites, reflecting ecological, political
    and economic stratification of Europe. The
    reorganisation will contribute to the development
    of SEIS and GMES initiatives.

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SENSFOR
Enhancing the resilience capacity of SENSitive
mountain FORest ecosystems under environmental
change (SENSFOR) 2012-2016
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EUROCOPPICE
Innovative management and multifunctional
utilization of traditional coppice forests - an
answer to future ecological, economic and social
challenges in the European forestry sector
(EuroCoppice) 2013-2017
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Assessing the adaptive capacity of representative
forest ecosystems to environmental change in the
Pirin (Bg), Strandzha (Bg) and Giant Mountains
(Cz) 2014-2016
Partner - Global Change Research Centre AS CR,
CzAS
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Potential Project Partners
Regional and national databases National research
institutions
NINA Directorate for Nature Management Norway
Other interested partners from Norway, Iceland
and Liechtenstein
IBER - ER
MOEW National System for Environmental Monitoring
(ExEA)
ILTER Network Alternet
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For Contacts Teodora Trichkova
trichkova_at_gmail.com Dr Svetla
Bratanova-Doncheva sbrat_at_abv.bg
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