Final programme and registration for the final conference of LIFE+ TRivers

[caption id="attachment_636" align="aligncenter" width="576"] The first session will be focused on the main outcomes of the project: LIFE+ TRivers.[/caption] The final conference of the LIFE+ TRivers project will take place in Barcelona May 3rd-4th. 'Advances and future perspectives towards an effective management of temporary rivers' will...

Networking meeting with LIFE Tritó Montseny project

[caption id="attachment_1279" align="aligncenter" width="800"] Trivers researchers Pilar Llorens, Jérôme Latron and Francesc Gallart, from IDAEA-CSIC, were at the meeting.[/caption] Members of the LIFE + Trivers project met last March 9th with researchers of LIFE Triton Montseny (LIFE15 NAT / ES / 000757), a project aimed to...

Save the date! Final conference of Trivers will be held 3-4 May in Barcelona

[caption id="attachment_1266" align="aligncenter" width="724"] On 3-4 May 2018, the final project meeting will be held in the Palau Robert of Barcelona.[/caption] Most of the river network in the Mediterranean Region is composed of temporary rivers and streams. However, tools for assessing their ecological status have been...

Citizen participation in the management of temporary rivers

On January 26, Casa de l’Aigua (Barcelona) held the fourth meeting for the European project called LIFE TRivers , which is coordinated by the UB. Several stakeholders and experts involved in temporary rivers –described as waterways that stop flowing on a regular basis and can even dry...

Job offer for a Part-time Technical assistant at the TRivers project

F.E.M. (Freshwater Ecology and Management) research group seeks a Part-time Technical assistant for his immediate incorporation to the project TRIVERS (LIFE13 ENVES000341) from February 2017. Job functions: His/her functions will be the following ones: Assistance in the design and implementation of a mobile App for temporary rivers, and its use...

Trivers at the Outreach workshop in Els Ports Natural Park (Catalonia)

Collaboration between managers and researchers is a key element for improving the understanding and management of ecosystems, and especially in temporary rivers due to their lack of recognition by society. The relationship between the TRiversproject and Els Ports Natural Park is an example of this interaction, as shown...