About the Project - ADRIREEF

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ADRIREEF

Innovative exploitation of Adriatic Reefs in order to strengthen blue economy

START DATE

01.12.2018

END DATE

30.11.2021

TOTAL BUDGET

€ 2.814.830

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVE

  • To enhance the potential of Adriatic reefs in order to increase blue economy and so employability
  • ADRIREEF project aims at examining the Blue Economy potential of Adriatic reefs, enchancing the attractiveness of existing marine resources to promote economic development through, inter alia, aquaculture and tourism activities

LEAD PARTNER

Municipality of Ravenna (1)

TARGET GROUPS

1.General Public

2.Local, regional and national Public Authorities

3.Regional and local development agencies, chambers of commerce and other business support organisations

4.SMEs

5.Universities, technology transfer institutions, research institutions

ADRIREEF has the ambition to combine innovative actions related to natural and artificial Adriatic reefs with possible socio- economic impacts originated from activities such as aquaculture and tourism, two sectors of Blue Economy. As the success of activities strongly depends on the structural and ecological performance of the reefs (both natural and artificial), the project will also include setting up and testing of suitable technologies with low impact for underwater monitoring.  A White paper on the exploitation of Adriatic reefs will also include a specific plan for future funding projects in the forthcoming programming period 2021-2028.

F&F – adrireef

KEY PROJECT NUMBERS

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PARTNERSHIP

LEAD PARTNER

Municipality of Ravenna

PIAZZA DEL POPOLO 1

Ravenna - Italy

http://www.comune.ra.it


Ravenna is located in Emilia-Romagna Region and counts about 160.000 inhabitants in a wide area of 652.000 km², with a 30 Km long coastline. Its port is one of the most important in the Adriatic Sea. For the uniqueness of their byzantine mosaics, 8 monuments are included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. The Municipality is active in promoting blue growth, focusing on sustainable and smart tourism.


Contact person: Maria Grazia Marini

E-mail: mgmarini@comune.ra.it

PROJECT PARTNER

ARPAE - Regional Agency for Prevention, Environment and Energy in Emilia Romagna

https://www.arpae.it


Arpae is the Regional Agency for Prevention, Environment and Energy of Emilia-Romagna. Its key goals are controlling the state of the environment and supporting the sustainability of human activities. The branch facilities involved in Adrireef project are: the Service for Authorizations and Concessions in Ravenna, which leads the project financial management; the Oceanographic Structure Daphne in Cesenatico, which is in charge of technical activities connected with the monitoring of the sea.


Contact person: Alberto Rebucci

E-mail: arebucci@arpae.it

PROJECT PARTNER

Zadar County Development Agency Zadra Nova

https://www.zadra.hr/


Zadar County Development Agency functions within the preparation and implementation of EU projects, strategic planning, entrepreneurship development, promotion of energy efficiency and renewable energy sources, and other development programs in line with Zadar county's County Development Strategy goals. ZADRA NOVA is currently developing local and county development strategies and implementing support programs for various segments of social and economic development of the county.


Contact person: Antonia Čirjak

E-mail: antonia.cirjak@zadra.hr

PROJECT PARTNER

Association for Nature, Environment and Sustainable Development SUNCE

http://sunce-st.org/


Sunce is one of the leading environmental organisations in Croatia. Our work is implemented through public participation; educating and informing the public for changing values and behaviours; research to create baselines and guidelines for efficient conservation measures; advocating for responsible management of resources. Areas of our work are protected areas/Natura 2000 management, species and habitats monitoring, sustainable tourism and fishery, environmental law and education.


Contact person: Miranda Šimac

E-mail: miranda.simac@sunce-st.org

PROJECT PARTNER

University of Zadar

http://www.unizd.hr/


The University of Zadar is the largest integrated University in the Republic of Croatia, which includes 27 university departments. The total number of students in the above mentioned studies is 6000, and the total number of the University’s employees is 598. The University of Zadar performs scientific, teaching and professional work, grows and progresses each day and contributes to general development.


Contact person: Claudia Kruschel

E-mail: ckrusche@unizd.hr

PROJECT PARTNER

National Research Council - CNR

http://www.cnr.it


Since 1970s IRBIM Ancona has carried out research on multi-purpose ARs and has planned ARs in the Italian seas for protecting coastal areas against illegal trawling, finfish repopulation, improving small-scale fisheries, reducing conflicts between different users of the coastal zone, developing innovative activities (extensive bivalve cultures, recreational fishing, diving). Research focused on monitoring the technological, environmental and socio-economic aspects of ARs.


Contact person: Gianna Fabi

E-mail: gianna.fabi@cnr.it

PROJECT PARTNER

Regional Agency for Environmental Prevention and Protection of the Puglia Region Public Body

http://www.arpa.puglia.it/web/guest/arpa_home


The Regional Agency for the Environmental Prevention and Protection (ARPA), is the official monitoring authority for Apulia Region, involved in control activities on chemical, biological and physical risk factors which could affect all environmental matrices. ARPA Puglia participated into several institutional and research projects on marine pollution and ecology in order to support the ecosystem and biodiversity safeguard and the development of plans for the management of marine costal area.


Contact person: Enrico Barbone

E-mail: e.barbone@arpa.puglia.it

PROJECT PARTNER

National Institute of Oceanography and Experimental Geophysics - Ogs

https://www.inogs.it/


The National Institute of Oceanography and Applied Geophysics - OGS is a public research Institute active in the field of pure and applied research on Earth and Marine Sciences (Oceanography, Geophysics, Seismology) with a focus on development and management of Research Infrastructures. OGS missions are to safeguard environment and natural resources and to prevent geological, environmental and climatic risks. A core activity is to implement the sustainable blue growth promoting Science Policy.


Contact person: Diego Borme

E-mail: dborme@inogs.it

PROJECT PARTNER

Public Institution RERA SD for coordination and development of Split-Dalmatia county

http://www.rera.hr/


PI RERA SD is a regional development agency that deals with effective coordination and implementation of regional development projects, established by Split-Dalmatia county with the aim of creating an operational unit responsible for the development of the region, with a focus on European integration and attracting foreign investment and with mission to be a link between the public, private and civil sector in building strategic partnerships.


Contact person: Ivo Benzon

E-mail: ivo.benzon@rera.hr

PROJECT PARTNER

Ruđer Bošković Institute

https://www.irb.hr/


Ruđer Bošković Institute is the largest Croatian scientific research center of a multidisciplinary character. The Mission of the Institute is excellent scientific research in the natural, biomedical and engineering sciences, with contributions to higher education and cooperation with the business sector based on outstanding scientific research. The vision of the Institute is to be a recognized top European center of scientific excellence.


Contact person: Sandi Orlić

E-mail: sorlic@irb.hr

PROJECT PARTNER

University of Rijeka - Faculty of Maritime Studies

https://www.pfri.uniri.hr


Faculty of maritime studies is one of the scientific and educational components of the University of Rijeka. The most important aim is to establish and develop appropriate study programmes and to perform scientific research in the multidisciplinary field of Maritime Studies, as well as to work on continuous development and improvement of seafarer's professional education programmes and several Interreg/Erasmus+ projects.


Contact person: Vlado Frančić

E-mail: vlado.francic@pfri.uniri.hr

NEWS & EVENTS

Asset Publisher

Asset Publisher

LIBRARY

In this section you can find all the deliverables produced by ADRIREEF

Newsletter - Issue no.1 

Newsletter - Issue no.2 

Newsletter - Special Issue - ADRIREEF STAKEHOLDERS ONLINE SURVEY

Newsletter - Issue no.4 

Newsletter - Issue no.5 

Newsletter - Issue no.6 

Newsletter - Issue no.7 

Newsletter - Issue no.8

D 2.1.1 Adrireef online Kick off meeting

PUBLISHED ON 10/12/2020
PDF (0.6 Mb)

Ravenna Adrireef kick-off meeting

PUBLISHED ON 11/12/2020
PDF (1.09 Mb)

D 2.1.2 + D 2.2.1 Adrireef Communication Plan

PUBLISHED ON 01/04/2022
PDF (1.07 Mb)

D 2.2.2 ADRIREEF project section on programme website

PUBLISHED ON 01/04/2022
PDF (1.22 Mb)

D 2.2.3 ADRIREEF Web-pages on PPs websites

PUBLISHED ON 23/02/2022
PDF (1.47 Mb)

D 2.2.4 ADRIREEF project on social media profiles

PUBLISHED ON 23/02/2022
PDF (12.71 Mb)

D 2.2.6 Final report of communication activities

PUBLISHED ON 30/03/2022
PDF (85.84 Mb)

D 2.3.1 Poster A3

PUBLISHED ON 21/01/2021
PDF (14.87 Mb)

D 2.3.2 Roll-up of the project

PUBLISHED ON 10/12/2020
PDF (21.92 Mb)

Roll-up file

PUBLISHED ON 11/12/2020
PDF (4.65 Mb)

D 2.3.3 Portrait of the project

PUBLISHED ON 07/12/2020
PDF (5.33 Mb)

Portrait of the project file

PUBLISHED ON 11/12/2020
PDF (8.3 Mb)

D 2.3.4 The Adrireef flyer

PUBLISHED ON 20/12/2021
PDF (7.55 Mb)

D 2.4.1 + D 2.4.2 + D 1.3.3 Adrireef Festival in Ravenna/ Minutes and press release+ WP1_Act. 3.3.Minutes of 2nd meeting on-line

PUBLISHED ON 01/04/2022
PDF (8.74 Mb)

D 2.4.3 + D 2.4.4 Adrireef Festival in Komiža + minutes and press release of the 2nd festival

PUBLISHED ON 03/01/2022
PDF (14.04 Mb)

D 2.5.1 + D 2.5.2 Workshop in Ancona & Minutes

PUBLISHED ON 09/03/2022
PDF (7.63 Mb)

D 2.5.3 + D 2.5.4 Workshop in Zadar & Minutes and press release

PUBLISHED ON 14/03/2022
PDF (36.08 Mb)

D 2.6.1 Stakeholders' Survey

PUBLISHED ON 01/04/2022
PDF (2.79 Mb)

D 2.6.2 Stakeholders' Survey Analysis

PUBLISHED ON 14/03/2022
PDF (1.68 Mb)

D 2.7.1 Video tape of Adriatic Reef, including the monitoring phase images, made in different reefs of Adriatic Sea

PUBLISHED ON 01/04/2022
PDF (3.06 Mb)

D 2.7.1 Enjoy the Adriatic wonderful reefs - the project video

D2.7.2 Printed joint scientific publication - paper

D2.7.2 Printed joint scientific publication - ppt conference presentation

D2.7.2 Printed joint scientific publication - printed article

D2.7.3 Printed guidelines for stakeholders

D2.7.4 Printed white paper of innovative exploitation

Handbook

PUBLISHED ON 16/12/2021
PDF (0.98 Mb)

D 2.7.5 Local workshops: at least 5 events organized in PP facilities with local stakeholders, policy-makers, citizens for the promotion of the project activities and results

PUBLISHED ON 01/04/2022
PDF (32.22 Mb)

D 2.7.6 Final dissemination event of the project

PUBLISHED ON 01/04/2022
PDF (40.45 Mb)

D 3.1.1 Definition of reef categories

PUBLISHED ON 01/04/2022
PDF (0.83 Mb)

D 3.1.2 + D 3.1.3 Data collection - Reef classification

PUBLISHED ON 01/04/2022
PDF (4.86 Mb)

D 3.1.2 Data collection

PUBLISHED ON 01/04/2022
PDF (3.05 Mb)

D 3.1.4 Map of Adriatic reefs

PUBLISHED ON 01/04/2022
PDF (2.7 Mb)

The interactive map of Adriatic reefs

The interactive Adriatic reef map data paper

PUBLISHED ON 28/02/2022
PDF (5.21 Mb)

D 3.2.1 + D. 3.2.2 + D 3.2.3 Analysis of Legal Frameworks in the involved areas related to a sustainable exploitation of reefs

PUBLISHED ON 21/03/2022
PDF (59.43 Mb)

D 3.3.1 + D 3.3.2 + D 3.3.3 Identification of relevant case studies

PUBLISHED ON 07/12/2020
PDF (7.28 Mb)

D 3.4.1 + D 3.4.2 + D 3.4.3 + D 3.4.4 Identification of technologies for underwater monitoring of reefs

PUBLISHED ON 24/02/2022
PDF (10.81 Mb)

D 3.5.1 + D 3.5.3 + D 3.5.4 Stakeholder analysis

PUBLISHED ON 21/03/2022
PDF (1.92 Mb)

D 4.1.1 + D 4.1.2 + D 4.1.3 + D 4.1.4 + D 4.1.5 + D 4.1.6 Monitoring case studies in Italy - The Paguro wreck

PUBLISHED ON 01/04/2022
PDF (22.02 Mb)

D 4.1.1 + D 4.1.2 + D 4.1.3 + D 4.1.4 + D 4.1.5 + D 4.1.6 Monitoring case studies in Italy - The Porto Recanati - Porto Potenza Picena Artificial Reef

PUBLISHED ON 01/04/2022
PDF (27.31 Mb)

D 4.1.1 + D 4.1.3 + D 4.1.5 + D 4.1.6 Monitoring case studies in Italy - Torre Guaceto Marine Protected Area

PUBLISHED ON 01/04/2022
PDF (4.86 Mb)

D 4.1.1 + D 4.1.2 + D 4.1.3 + D 4.1.4 + D 4.1.5 + D 4.1.6 Monitoring case studies in Italy - The Trezza San Pietro

PUBLISHED ON 01/04/2022
PDF (12.73 Mb)

D 4.2.1 + D 4.2.2 + D 4.2.3 + D 4.2.4 Monitoring case studies in Croatia - The Dugi Otok Island (location Lagnići) and the Vis Island (location Stupišće)

PUBLISHED ON 01/04/2022
PDF (30.87 Mb)

D 4.2.1 + D 4.2.2 + D 4.2.3 + D 4.2.4 Monitoring case studies in Croatia - Plić Lagnjići

PUBLISHED ON 01/04/2022
PDF (6.01 Mb)

D 4.2.1 + D 4.2.2 + D 4.2.3 + D 4.2.4 Monitoring case studies in Croatia - Plić Seget / Vis

PUBLISHED ON 01/04/2022
PDF (5.67 Mb)

D 4.2.1 + D 4.2.2 + D 4.2.3 + D 4.2.4 Monitoring case studies in Croatia - Plićina Konjsko

PUBLISHED ON 01/04/2022
PDF (25.99 Mb)

D 4.3.1 + D 4.3.2 + 4.3.3 Data analysis of monitoring results

PUBLISHED ON 01/04/2022
PDF (2 Mb)

D 4.3.4 Joint scientific publication - A holistic approach for promoting the blue economy growth: the case study of the Paguro wreck

PUBLISHED ON 25/02/2022
PDF (1.91 Mb)

D 4.3.4 Joint scientific publication - A holistic approach for promoting the blue economy growth: the case study of the Paguro wreck PPT

PUBLISHED ON 25/02/2022
PDF (2.18 Mb)

D 4.3.4 Joint scientific publication - Society of Petroleum Engineers bulletin

PUBLISHED ON 25/02/2022
PDF (18.46 Mb)

D 5.1.1 Innovative exploitation of Adriatic reefs for blue economy - Meeting in Zadar minutes

PUBLISHED ON 01/04/2022
PDF (1.48 Mb)

D 5.2.1 Definition of common guidelines for reef users

PUBLISHED ON 01/04/2022
PDF (45.8 Mb)

D 5.2.2 Code of conduct for stakeholders, citizens, tourists

PUBLISHED ON 01/04/2022
PDF (0.46 Mb)

D 5.3.2 White Paper of innovative exploitation

PUBLISHED ON 01/04/2022
PDF (2.15 Mb)

REEF PHOTO TOUR

PUBLISHED ON 10/03/2022
PDF (7.55 Mb)

Map of Adriatic reefs

360° PHOTO TOUR OF THE PAGURO ARTIFICIAL REEF

Paguro 3D

VIDEO

Video 360° - Virtual tour of the Paguro wreck

 

This tour simulates a dive on the Paguro wreck located offshore Ravenna. Starting from the Daphne II vessel, users will experience the unique sensation of diving with the research staff engaged in the study of the reef.


This video has been produced by Arpae Emilia-Romagna - Struttura Oceanografica Daphne with the contribution of the EU co-financing and the Interreg Italy-Croatia CBC Programme. The content reflects the author's views; the Programme authorities are not liable for any use that may be made of the information contained therein.
 

Enjoy the wonderful Adriatic reefs - The Adrireef 7 case studies

Natural and artificial reefs are priceless elements for the scientific community and key resources for Blue Growth. By mapping and monitoring Adriatic reefs and involving relevant stakeholders, Adrireef aims to provide guidelines and a code of conduct illustrating sustainable exploitation models of marine reefs. The Adriatic sea counts a large number of marine ecosystems suitable for the Blue Economy purposes. Monitoring and studying natural and artificial reefs is essential to collect information both for the protection of the environment and for the development of sustainable activities with a positive social and economic impact. The following are the project case studies with their features and highlights. A true resource of amazing biodiversity and a spectacular destination. Enjoy the Adriatic reefs!

ADRIREEF Video presentation

Interreg Italy-Croatia Programme was a part of the Biennale of Venice 2021. The event was held on 2 September to showcase the cultural and communicative dimension of the European cooperation. 
The ADRIREEF project was presented among several other projects that focused on „How to enhance cooperation and territories in the Adriatic area“. Representatives of the ADRIREEF pointed out the main project activities and emphasis was placed on the second edition of the festival as part of the project.

2019 Adrireef Festival, Marina di Ravenna

From 30 August to 1 September 2019, Marina di Ravenna hosted the first edition of the ADRIREEF Festival, the European festival aimed at promoting and enhancing the Adriatic Sea reefs. It featured a rich program of meetings, tastings, events and much more, such as a the Adriathon, an hackathon marathon challenge involving young students, researchers, professionals and creative minds dedicated to the development of new projects and ideas for the sustainable development of the Adriatic Sea.

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