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INCDPM’s efforts in developing concrete strategies for sturgeons conservation in the Lower Danube and restoring the historical migration route.

Updated: 6 days ago

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Senior Researcher Deák György Ph.D Habil

Researcher Sadîca Isabela

Senior Researcher Tudor Georgeta – Head of MNSIG department


On 15th of May 2024, INCDPM`s General Manager and his team attended the WePass2 Stakeholders Workshop, which took place in Vienna, Austria.  This event had as a main purpose the engagement of relevant stakeholders with expertise in wild sturgeon population conservation and in restoring the historical Danube connectivity, especially in order to rehabilitate the migration routes. Additionally, the participants took part at an open discussion session, organized in the form of working groups related to ecology (current knowledge and future monitoring needs), engineering (challenges in implementing the next phases) and funding (managing activities beyond the WePass2 project), in order to collaboratively identify and prioritize the next steps to solve the problem as well as to address the most effective communication channels. The event offered a great opportunity for future collaborations and common actions between the relevant stakeholders, with the aim of consolidating a strong research network related to the Danube basin and sturgeon species conservation.


INCDPM presented our efforts in developing concrete strategies for sturgeons conservation in the Lower Danube and restoring the historical migration route.









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