Environmental Study of Elounda Bay (N. Crete Island)

Project info
Description: 

Elounda Bay is a major fishing ground for the recruitment and development of juvenile fishes thus significantly contributing to the enrichment and sustainability of the biological resources of the north-east continental shelf of Crete. The aim of this project is the collection of historical and field data in order to develop a management plan focusing on protection of this particular ecosystem as well as the conservation of the local biological resources and especially the sustainable development of fisheries in the north coasts of Lasithi area.

Coordinating Institute: 
IMBG
Time Frame
Begin of project (Year): 
2006
End of project (Year): 
2007
Financing
Funding Source: 
Lasithi Prefecture (Crete)
Total Budget (€): 
34.000
Budget for IMBBC (€): 
34.000
Involved persons from IMBBC
NameRoleResponsibilities
Role: 
Participation
Responsibilities: 
surveys, sampling, biometry of fishes, statistical analysis of the data, report
Name: 
Maria Maidanou
Role: 
Participation
Responsibilities: 
surveys, sampling, sorting, biometry of fishes,stomach content analysis
Role: 
Participation
Responsibilities: 
surveys, sampling,sediment analysis,biometry of fishes
Role: 
Participation
Name: 
Costas Dounas
Role: 
Project coordinator
Name: 
Eleni Dafnomili
Role: 
Participation
Responsibilities: 
chemical analysis (nutrients, org.carbon, chlorophyll) in seawater and sediment
Role: 
Participation
Responsibilities: 
chemical analysis (nutrients, org.carbon, chlorophyll) in seawater and sediment
Role: 
Participation
Responsibilities: 
microbiological analysis of seawater samples and results

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