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This educational program is free of charge. The lectures will be held every Tuesday at The first lecture will be on 18 October The titles, acronyms and the duration of the projects are presented bellow: Methodological assistance for ecosystems assessment and biophysical valuation September - April Mapping and assessment of sparsely vegetated land ecosystem services in Bulgaria September — April It features Marine Protected Areas, ecosystem functioning, and offshore wind farms, with beautiful and colorful footages of both the Mediterranean and Black Sea.
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The unusual morphology, life cycle and site of infection of this parasite have resulted into its uncertain position in the classification of trematodes. The recent record of this fluke species from Caucasian Dwarf Goby Knipowitschia caucasica in the lagoon Atanasovsko Black Sea coast of Bulgaria allowed its characterisation by light microscopy, scanning electron microscopy as well as sequencing its 28S rRNA gene.
The results revealed the phylogenetic relationships and the position of the genus Aphalloides in the family Cryptogonimidae. The members of this family typically have a three-host life cycle. From evolutionary point of view, the two-host life cycle of Aphalloides is considered secondarily simplified, with sand gobies being simultaneously second intermediate and definitive host of this parasite.
This study was presented in a paper by our colleagues B. Georgiev published in the international journal Systematic Parasitology. It was highlighted on the popular page of Springer Animal Sciences. A global event for sequencing the oceans: These cumulative samples, related in time, space and environmental parameters, provide insights into fundamental rules describing microbial diversity and function.
Among the marine research sites worldwide, sampling event in vicinity of Sozopol has been performed by our colleagues N. This approach is of key importance for predictions and comparisons of both known and unknown genes for innovative ecological knowledge.
The study was designed and performed in the frame of the EU-FP7 Project Micro B3 to facilitate a global, coordinated, standardised campaign in marine data collection. A new species of the green bush crickets described from the Balkans Significant amount of data have recently been accumulated on the importance of the Balkan Peninsula as a centre of diversification, main refugium for many organisms to survive Pleistocene cooling and warming periods, and a corridor for spreading fauna and flora from Central and Western Asia to Europe.
The Balkans are among the richest or possibly the richest in biodiversity, but also the poorest studied territories in Europe. On October 14th,an international team of scientists led by Dr. Dragan Chobanov published a paper with a description of the morphology, behaviour, distribution, and distinctive features of a new species of the well known green bush crickets genus Tettigonia.
The Balkan Green bush cricket inhabits the hilly and mountain belt of all high mountains in Bulgaria and one can hear its characteristic loud song in summertime at such famous and crowded places as the Rila Monastery. For a detailed information on this topic see: Tettigonia balcanica, a new species from the Balkan Peninsula Orthoptera, Tettigoniidae.
Entomologia 2 2, doi: View the video hereread about the IUCN aims, programs and campaigns, and try help protecting and preserving the World's biodiversity. List of all awarded projects could be downloaded here. Genome biomarker test system for environmental risk assessment.
The book has open access and could be downloaded from the following link.The lectures will be held every Tuesday at at the meeting hall of the National Museum of Natural History - BAS (shared building with Base 2 of the Institute of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Research - BAS, 1 Tsar Osvoboditel Blvd., Sofia).
Lecturer: Dr Boris Nikolov. The first lecture will be . We invite papers and presentations based on research, observations, experiences and ideas from individuals and groups who have implemented programs and conducted activities in their countries and communities to empower culture of peace, promoting sustainable development and defending democracy.
The Institute of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Research of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences is a partner in the international project under the INTERREG Danube Transnational Programme, named "MEASURES: Managing and restoring aquatic EcologicAl corridors for migratory fiSh species in the danUbe RivEr baSin".Project .
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