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SASPAS

Safe Anchoring and Seagrass Protection in the Adriatic Sea

START DATE

01.01.2019

END DATE

30.06.2021

TOTAL BUDGET

€ 1.906.100,00

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVE

3.2: Contribute to protect and restore biodiversity

LEAD PARTNER

Municipality of Monfalcone

TARGET GROUPS

General public

High-education institutions

Research institutes

Public sector (local authorities, national authorities, regulatory agencies)

Schools and high schools

Marine transport sector

Sailing associations

Diving organizations

Recreational fisherman

Civil society organizations involved in preservation of the environment

Tour operators

Media (TV, press, web sites, specialized magazines)

Nautical saloons

 

The challenge of SASPAS is to preserve and get a better status of conservation of biodiversity of the Adriatic Sea ecosystem in order to decrease its vulnerability. The overall objective is to improve seagrass preservation and restoration through: laying safe anchorage innovative systems, performing pilot transplantations, carrying out monitoring activities and by defining an integrated management system for seagrasses in Adriatic area. The main outputs referred to the activities are: a Monitoring system with 2 data collections/monitoring campaigns, the placement of environmentally friendly anchoring systems, pilot transplantations of seagrasses and an Integrated Management System for seagrasses in the Adriatic area, made by a GIS Digital Information Platform  and a Marine Seagrass Safeguard Integrated Management Program.

SASPAS -KEY PROJECT NUMBERS

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PARTNERSHIP

LEAD PARTNER

Municipality of Monfalcone

PIAZZA DELLA REPUBBLICA 8

Monfalcone - Italy

PROJECT PARTNER

Selc Cooperative Company

http://www.selc.it


SELC is a service Cooperative Company arranged into 5 departments: measurements, data analysis, studies and researches, interventions & installations and green technologies. The company was founded in 1998 with the aim of strategically putting together all the available skill of the members (biologists, naturalists, geologists, architects) valorising their expertise and 20-year know-how.


​​​​​​​Contact person: Andrea Rismondo

E-mail: rismondo@selc.it

PROJECT PARTNER

National Interuniversity Consortium for Marine Sciences - CoNISMa

http://www.conisma.it


The National Inter-University Consortium For Marine Sciences has the purpose to promote and coordinate research and other scientific and applicable activities in the field of Marine Sciences among the associated Universities.


​​​​​​​Contact person: Maddalena Laggini

E-mail: laggini@conisma.it

 

PROJECT PARTNER

Provisional Management Consortium of Regional Natural Park »Coastal Dunes from Torre Canne to Torre San Leonardo«

http://www.parcodunecostiere.org


The Park plays an important role in the environmental protection and relevant sustainable economic development.


​​​​​​​Contact person: Enzo Lavarra

E-mail: elavarra@gmail.com

 

PROJECT PARTNER

Association for Nature, Environment and Sustainable Development SUNCE

http://sunce-st.org


Association for Nature, Environment And Sustainable Development Sunce is known, at the national and international level, as one of the leading organizations for the protection of nature and environment in Croatia. They are committed to increasing the standards and improvement of environment and nature protection, we encourage the involvement and participation of the public and advocate for the creation of a responsible society conscious connection between people and nature.


​​​​​​​Contact person: Zrinka Jakl

E-mail: Zrinka.jakl@sunce-st.org

PROJECT PARTNER

Kornati National Park Public Institution

PROJECT PARTNER

University of Rijeka - Department of Biotechnology, Centre for High-Throughput Technologies

https://uniri.hr/en/home/


Founded in 1973, the University of Rijeka has matured into a modern European university and center of excellence whose impact extends beyond the region. With a total of 11 faculties and 4 departments, we are a research, science, and education-oriented university that supports social and economic development in our community, the City of Rijeka, and the wider region.


​​​​​​​Contact person: Sandra Kraljević Pavelić

E-mail: sandrakp@biotech.uniri.hr

PROJECT PARTNER

CORILA - Consortium for the Coordination of Research Activities Concerning the Venice Lagoon System

www.corila.it


CORILA is an association of Ca' Foscari University and the University IUAV of Venice, the University of Padua, the Italy's National Research Council and the National Institute of Oceanography and Experimental Geophysic. It is overseen by the Ministry of Education, University and Research.


Contact person: Pierpaolo Campostrini

E-mail: campostrini@corila.it

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