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E.3. Work network with other projects

A work network shall be established with other projects on river restoration and the conservation of species and habitats relating to river ecosystems. This is directed at exchanging information and learning from the experiences of others.

There are plans to visit other projects in order to exchange information on the actions undertaken and the results obtained, and also to receive visits from these projects.

This action is necessary in order to improve the quality of the results obtained in the project, by correcting errors and learning from the experiences of others.

This pooling and exchange of information and experience on each particular project will be highly beneficial to all parties. Over the last few years, visits to the GAVRN facilities have included the following entities:

  • University of Saragossa
  • University of the Basque Country
  • Polytechnic University of Barcelona
  • Polytechnic University of Madrid
  • Polytechnic University of Valencia
  • University of Navarre
  • University of Valladolid
  • WWWF/Adena
  • Ministry of the Rural and Marine Environment
  • Iberian Centre for River Restoration
  • CERM, Centre for the Study of Mediterranean Rivers, Ter Industrial Museum
  • Catalonia Water Board
  • Duero Water Board
  • Ebro Water Board
  • European Centre for River Restoration
  • European Mink working party, Ministry of the Environment
  • Biological Treatment Plant of Doñana, CSIC
  • LIFE Canal of Castile
  • Provincial Government of Gipuzkoa. Department of the Environment
  • SECEM (Spanish Society for the Conservation and Study of Mammals)
  • Joint Association of Studies and Organisation of the Garonne, France (SMEAG)
  • Participants in project Interreg III C FLAPP (Flood Awareness and Prevention Policy).


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