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Assessment of the production capacity of ELCOMEX Aqua Srl
Kamstra, A. - \ 2014
IJmuiden : IMARES (Report / IMARES Wageningen UR C099/14) - 14
visteelt - viskwekerijen - tarbot - visproductie - capaciteit - roemenië - fish culture - fish farms - turbot - fish production - capacity - romania
In this report an estimate is given of the production capacity of the turbot farm of ELCOMEX in Constanta (Romania) based on available literature and a visit to the farm.
Trading capitals? Bourdieu, land and water in rural Uzbekistan
Eichholz, M. ; Assche, K. van; Oberkircher, L. ; Hornidge, A.K. - \ 2013
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 56 (2013)6. - ISSN 0964-0568 - p. 868 - 892.
romania
In this paper, we use Pierre Bourdieu's concepts of capitals and fields in the context of a transitional rural economy. We investigate ways to adopt these concepts for the study of land governance, in an attempt to gain new insights in post-socialist transition. By means of an in-depth study of land and water reform in two Uzbek villages, we reveal the intimate connections between access to water and access to land in the Uzbek rural economy, as well as the wide variety of strategies used by farmers to secure access to these resources. It is argued that the increased importance of the political field, in combination with its increased volatility and the dismantling of Soviet local governance, led to opacity in the conversion rates of capitals, to a bet on land as safe haven, and an ambiguous status of money.
Crossing trails in the marshes: rigidity and flexibility in the governance of the Danube Delta
Assche, K.A.M. van; Beunen, R. ; Jacobs, A.J. ; Teampau, P. - \ 2011
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 54 (2011)8. - ISSN 0964-0568 - p. 997 - 1018.
path-dependency - romania - management - participation - systems
In this paper, we revisit the utility of the concepts of path dependence and interdependence for the analysis of participatory environmental governance. We investigate the evolution of environmental governance in the Romanian Danube Delta, and, starting from an observation of problematic citizen participation, demonstrate how specific patterns of path and interdependence shaped both the present situation and the reform options. For the Delta, it is argued that direct citizen participation, without working with other institutions, would not solve the problems observed, but would rather reinforce unwanted informal institutions. Theoretically, we utilise a combination of path dependence theory and social systems theory, allowing a grasp of both rigidity and flexibility in the evolution of governance systems. Empirically, expert and lay interviews, long-term observation and analysis of policy documents underpin our analysis
Delineating locals: Transformations of knowledge/power and the governance of the Danube delta
Assche, K.A.M. van; Duineveld, M. ; Beunen, R. ; Teampau, P. - \ 2011
Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning 13 (2011)1. - ISSN 1523-908X - p. 1 - 21.
protected area management - participation - romania - conservation - power - failure - state - work
In this paper, we adopt a Foucauldian perspective on power/knowledge interactions to investigate the evolution and implementation of policy for the Romanian Danube delta. We argue that a better understanding of the potential for citizen participation in environmental governance can be obtained from a careful analysis of the pathways of emergence, enactment and implementation of policies affecting an area. Policies are seen as temporary conceptual structures coordinating knowledge and power, in constant transmutation because of the confrontation with other power/knowledge configurations. For the Danube delta, it is argued that policies originating at various levels of government co-create a 'local' that is scrutinized, silenced, exoticized, subjugated and marginalized. Finally, we investigate the implications of this and similar processes of delineation of actors for participatory natural resource governance
Towards an ecological network for the Carpathians
Zingstra, H.L. ; Seffer, J. ; Lasak, R. ; Baltzer, M. ; Bouwma, I.M. ; Walters, L.J. ; Smith, B. ; Kitnaes, K. ; Predoiu, G.E. ; Prots, B. ; Sekulic, G. - \ 2009
Wageningen : Wageningen UR Centre for Development Innovation - 48
ecologisch herstel - netwerken - roemenië - servië - oekraïne - ecological restoration - networks - romania - serbia - ukraine
The Carpathian Biodiversity Information System (CBIS) and the proposal for an ecological network for the eastern part of the Carpathians are the two main outcomes of the project funded by the BBI Matra program of the Dutch government. This brochure presents information on how the CBIS was designed, and how the data stored can be retrieved and used. It also clarifies how the CBIS data were used to design the ecological network and, last but not least, it offers recommendations for the use of the proposed ecological network in supporting sustainable developmentin the Carpathians. Due to funding restrictions, the project focused on three east Carpathian countries: Romania, Serbia and Ukraine, which together host the largest area of the Carpathians (Fig. 2). Geographically, the Eastern Carpathians also include parts of the Carpathians located in Poland and Slovakia. Data collection in the Western Carpathians (Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia and Hungary) will be completed by 2010 and is funded by a parallel project.
International Network for Capacity Building for the Control of Emerging Viral Vector-Borne Zoonotic Diseases: Arbo-Zoonet
Ahmed, J. ; Bouloy, M. ; Ergonul, O. ; Fooks, A.R. ; Paweska, J. ; Chevalier, V. ; Drosten, C. ; Moormann, R.J.M. ; Tordo, N. ; Vatansever, Z. ; Calistri, P. ; Estrada-Pena, A. ; Mirazimi, A. ; Unger, H. ; Yin, H. ; Seitzer, U. - \ 2009
EuroSurveillance 14 (2009)12. - ISSN 1025-496X - p. 11 - 14.
congo hemorrhagic-fever - west-nile-virus - epidemic - outbreak - romania - horses
Arboviruses are arthropod-borne viruses, which include West Nile fever virus (WNFV), a mosquito-borne virus, Rift Valley fever virus (RVFV), a mosquito-borne virus, and Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever virus (CCHFV), a tick-borne virus. These arthropod-borne viruses can cause disease in different domestic and wild animals and in humans, posing a threat to public health because of their epidemic and zoonotic potential. In recent decades, the geographical distribution of these diseases has expanded. Outbreaks of WNF have already occurred in Europe, especially in the Mediterranean basin. Moreover, CCHF is endemic in many European countries and serious outbreaks have occurred, particularly in the Balkans, Turkey and Southern Federal Districts of Russia. In 2000, RVF was reported for the first time outside the African continent, with cases being confirmed in Saudi Arabia and Yemen. This spread was probably caused by ruminant trade and highlights that there is a threat of expansion of the virus into other parts of Asia and Europe. In the light of global warming and globalisation of trade and travel, public interest in emerging zoonotic diseases has increased. This is especially evident regarding the geographical spread of vector-borne diseases. A multi-disciplinary approach is now imperative, and groups need to collaborate in an integrated manner that includes vector control, vaccination programmes, improved therapy strategies, diagnostic tools and surveillance, public awareness, capacity building and improvement of infrastructure in endemic regions.
Collaborative Management of National Parks: The Case of Retezat National Park, Romania
Hal, M.W. van - \ 2008
In: Landscape, Leisure and Tourism; Socio-spatial Studies in Experiences, Practices and Policies / de Haan, H.J., van der Duim, V.R., Delft : Eburon - ISBN 9789059722996 - p. 199 - 214.
nationale parken - overheidsbeleid - roemenië - national parks - government policy - romania
Herintroductie van echinococcose via runderimport in Nederland
Aalten, M. ; Zuchner, L. ; Bruinier, E. ; Holzhauer, M. ; Wouda, W. ; Borgsteede, F.H.M. ; Spong, H. ; Giessen, J. van der - \ 2008
Tijdschrift voor Diergeneeskunde 133 (2008)21. - ISSN 0040-7453 - p. 898 - 902.
rundvee - slachtdieren - dierenhandel - echinococcus - rundveeziekten - import - zoönosen - nederland - centraal-europa - cattle - meat animals - trade in animals - cattle diseases - imports - zoonoses - netherlands - central europe - echinococcus-granulosus - romania
Since East European countries joined the EU, the import of both dairy and beef cows from these countries increased considerably. Based on the identification and registration system it turned out that in the period from May until December 2007 about 200 cows per month were imported from Romania. These animals were either slaughtered immediately or in autumn. In autumn, cysts were noticed both in slaughtered cows during meat inspection and in deceased animals (originated from Romania) during postmortem investigation performed by the Animal Health Service. Because cysts were strongly reminiscent of Echinococcus granulosus hydatid cysts, samples were sent to the authorized laboratory (National Reference Laboratory of Parasitology), where the reintroduction of this potentially zoonotic parasitic infection has been confirmed. The risks of reintroduction of E. granulosus in the Netherlands are described.
Ecological networks across europe
Jongman, R.H.G. ; Veen, P. - \ 2007
In: Landscape ecology in the Dutch context, nature, town and infrastructure / de Jong, T.M., Dekker, J.N.M., Posthoorn, R., Zeist, the Netherlands : KNNV - ISBN 9789050112574 - p. 141 - 168.
landschapsecologie - natuurbescherming - bosbeheer - vegetatietypen - bossen - europa - bulgarije - roemenië - attitudes - bosgebieden - oerbossen - graslandbeheer - habitatrichtlijn - ecologische hoofdstructuur - landscape ecology - nature conservation - forest administration - vegetation types - forests - europe - bulgaria - romania - woodlands - virgin forests - grassland management - habitats directive - ecological network
The Dutch National Ecological Network is part of European ecological networks, Natura 2000 in the EU and Emerald in other European countries. Together they constitute the Pan-European Ecological Network (PEEN). The authors explain the principles of the design of these networks, like connectivity, and hierarchy of spatial scale. Upscaling and downscaling of ecological network is important. There are differences between and within countries in the planning of these networks. Public support is important, because of the impact of ecological networks in the wider countryside. Dutch landscape ecologists are involved in many projects for the development of Natura 2000 in the new member states. Jongman and Veen show a bottom up approach in the landscape ecological support for the development of national ecological networks by research on (semi-)natural grasslands in Bulgaria and virgin forests in Romania
Investeren in de varkenskolom in Hongarije, Roemenië, Oekraïne en Rusland
Hoste, R. ; Wagenberg, C.P.A. van; Bergevoet, R.H.M. ; Schutter, L. de - \ 2007
Den Haag : LEI (Rapport / LEI : Domein 2, Bedrijfsontwikkeling en concurrentiepositie ) - ISBN 9789086151974 - 152
agrarische economie - investering - particuliere investering - vee- en vleesindustrie - varkenshouderij - agrarische bedrijfsvoering - veevoederindustrie - hongarije - roemenië - oekraïne - rusland - ketenmanagement - agricultural economics - investment - private investment - meat and livestock industry - pig farming - farm management - feed industry - hungary - romania - ukraine - russia - supply chain management
De varkenskolom in Hongarije, Roemenië, Oekraïne en Rusland biedt ruime mogelijkheden voor investeerders met westers management. Vleesindustrie, varkenshouderij en veevoerbedrijven hebben vaak een grote technologische achterstand en behoefte aan investeringskapitaal, kennis, kennisintensieve producten en management.
Zelfvoorzieningslandbouw op de EU-agenda
Jongeneel, R.A. ; Kerkhoffs, S. - \ 2005
ESB Economisch Statistische Berichten 90 (2005)4473. - ISSN 0013-0583 - p. 465 - 467.
landbouw - agrarische handel - economische situatie - roemenië - lidmaatschap - landen van de europese unie - agriculture - agricultural trade - economic situation - romania - membership - european union countries
Het is onwaarschijnlijk dat de zelfvoorzieningslandbouw in de nieuwe lidstaten door de toetreding tot de EU snel zal verdwijnen. De duale sectorstructuur van de landbouw zadelt de EU met een nieuw probleem op. Dit vraagt om een meer gedifferentieerd landbouwbeleid.
The Romanian Agrifood Chain: On the Road to Accession, Ministry of Agriculture, Forests, Water and Environment
Berkum, S. van; Davies, S. ; Popov, S. - \ 2003
Bucharest : LEI (Rapport ) - ISBN 9052428441 - 256
landbouwbeleid - agrarische economie - roemenië - agro-industriële ketens - ketenmanagement - agricultural policy - agricultural economics - romania - agro-industrial chains - supply chain management
Verslag van een studiereis naar Roemenie (24 augustus - 6 september 1985)
Bronswijk, J.J.B. - \ 1985
Wageningen : ICW (Nota / Instituut voor Cultuurtechniek en Waterhuishouding no. 1672) - 15 p.
zware kleigronden - land - landinrichting - ontginning - onderzoek - roemenië - clay soils - land development - reclamation - research - romania
Het doel van de reis was inzicht te krijgen in de problematiek van de Roemeense kleigronden. Daartoe is het twaalfde congres van de Roemeense Bodemkundige Vereniging bijgewoond, dat als thema had "verbetering van zware kleigronden in West - Roemenie." Daarnaast zijn een aantal instituten bezocht
Notities bij een reis naar Bulgarije, 2 - 12 juli 1983
Boukema, I.W. - \ 1983
Wageningen : I.V.T. (Rapport / Instituut voor de Veredeling van Tuinbouwgewassen no. 184) - 15
capsicum annuum - plantenveredeling - onderzoek - roemenië - paprika - plant breeding - research - romania - sweet peppers
Verslag van een studiereis naar Roemenie (28 september - 10 oktober 1981)
Stuyt, L.C.P.M. - \ 1981
Wageningen : ICW (Nota / Instituut voor Cultuurtechniek en Waterhuishouding 1307) - 34
drainage - filters - reisverslagen - roemenië - travel reports - romania
Het doel van de studiereis was tweeledig, namelijk kennis.nemen van de problemen op het gebied van de drainage, en onderzoeken of er mogelijkheden zijn tot samenwerking op het gebied van de ontwikkeling van nieuwe, betere drainagefiltermaterialen. In het programma waren bezoeken opgenomen aan verschillende· instituten, lokale proefstations, drainage-objecten en een collectief bedrijf.
Herkomsten en veredeling in Oostenrijk en Roemenie : verslag van een werkbezoek : 16 september tot 11 oktober 1979
Kriek, W. - \ 1980
Wageningen : Dorschkamp (Rapport / Rijksinstituut voor Onderzoek in de Bos- en Landschapsbouw "De Dorschkamp" no. 219) - 25 p.
bosbouw - bomen - rassenproeven - herkomstproeven - genetica - variatie - selectie - fylogenie - fylogenetica - oostenrijk - roemenië - forestry - trees - variety trials - provenance trials - genetics - variation - selection - phylogeny - phylogenetics - austria - romania
Verslag van een bezoek aan Roemenie van 5 juni tot 23 augustus 1977
Weerd, B. van der - \ 1978
Wageningen : I.C.W. (Nota / Instituut voor cultuurtechniek en waterhuishouding no. 1046) - 32
ontginning - landinrichting - land - landbouw - roemenië - onderzoeksinstituten - proefstations - onderzoek - reclamation - land development - agriculture - romania - research institutes - experimental stations - research
Verslag studiereis naar Joegoslavie, Roemenie, Bulgarije, juni/mei 1976
Steg, A. ; Boer, F. de - \ 1976
Hoorn : I.V.V.O. (Rapport / Instituut voor veevoedingsonderzoek "Hoorn" no. 107) - 14
bulgarije - onderzoek - roemenië - joegoslavië - zoötechniek - bulgaria - research - romania - yugoslavia - zootechny
Verslag van een reis door Bulgarije en Roemenie, 3 - 12 juni 1975
Hogenboom, N.G. ; Nieuwhof, M. - \ 1975
Wageningen : [s.n.] (Rapport / Instituut voor de veredeling van tuinbouwgewassen no. 118) - 16 p.
bulgarije - teelt - cultuurmethoden - tuinbouw - roemenië - bulgaria - cultivation - cultural methods - horticulture - romania
Bedrijfsvoering in het grote tuinbouwbedrijf in Joegoslavie, Roemenie en Hongarije : verslag van een studiereis van 21 juni - 6 juli 1969
Krijgsman, H.K. ; Bleijenberg, P. ; Lookeren Campagne, P. van - \ 1969
Wageningen : [s.n.] (Publikatie / Instituut voor tuinbouwtechniek no. 53) - 51 p.
centraal-europa - agrarische bedrijfsvoering - bedrijfssystemen - landbouwbedrijven - tuinbouw - hongarije - roemenië - joegoslavië - central europe - farm management - farming systems - farms - horticulture - hungary - romania - yugoslavia
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