Development of fish based ecological status assessment and classification methods of lake water bodies
Fisheries Research Institute of Slovenia in cooperation with Institute for Water of the Republic of Slovenia were investigating suitability of european fish based ecological status assessment method of alpine lakes for Slovenia considering the Water Framework Directive requirements (possible sampling approaches, metrics used, stressors considered, definition of reference conditions and boundary values). The aim was to propose the most suitable fish based ecological status assessment method of alpine lakes in Slovenia.
About the project
Ministrstvo za okolje in prostor
izr. prof. dr. Gorazd Urbanič
dr. Samo Podgornik
dr. Špela Koren
dr. Rebeka Šiling
dr. Vesna Petkovska
Duration of the project
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