Presentations and outreach

Published: Tuesday, 01 May 2018

Presentations and outreach

  • Addressing the Multi-Use (MU) Concept with MSP in the cross-border region (BULGARIA), MARSPLAN-BS II Advisory Board Meeting. 9 July 2020, Burgas, Bulgaria (View More)
  • Addressing the Multi-Use Concept with Marine Spatial Planning in the Black Sea, MUSES Final Conference, 10 October 2018, Brussels, Belgium (View More)
  • Addressing Issues of ICZM along the Black Sea Coast of Bulgaria and Perspectives for Future Coastal Development. MEDCOAST JUBILEE WORKSHOP, 27-29 May 2015, Iberotel Sarigerme Park, Dalaman, Turkey. (View More)
  • Population and Tourism Development Growth in Bulgarian Coastal Zone. MARSPLAN-BS Project, 1st Thematic Workshop. Marine Spatial Planning and Sustainable Economic Development in the Western Black Sea Region, Ovidius University of Constanța, 18 April 2016. (View More)
  • Geohazard evaluation based on GIS and remote sensing in the context of cliff/bluff erosion vulnerability along the Bulgarian coast. MARSPLAN-BS Project, Third Thematic Workshop on WG1: Natural environment with nature protection, 28 June 2016, Constanta, Romania. (View More)
  • Burgas Case Study: Land-Sea Interactions. Maritime Spatial Planning Conference, Addressing Land-Sea Interactions St Julian’s, Malta – 15 & 16 June 2017 (EC DG MARE, European MSP Platform). (View More)

OUR FIRST MARSPLAN-BS II SYNTHESIS REPORT ON MARITIME USES IS PUBLISHED ONLINE!

Published: Monday, 15 June 2020

FIRST MARSPLAN-BS II SYNTHESIS REPORT ON MARITIME USES

MARSPLAN BS II SYNTHESIS REPORT

 

This report provides the initial comprehensive support to the competent MSP authorities of Bulgaria and Romania in the preparation of the official planning. This first report was elaborated under Sub-activity 1.1.1 with the following main objectives:

Read more: OUR FIRST MARSPLAN-BS II SYNTHESIS REPORT ON MARITIME USES IS PUBLISHED ONLINE!

Burgas Case Study: Land-Sea Interactions

Published: Tuesday, 01 May 2018

Burgas Case Study: Land-Sea Interactions

 MARSPLAN BS Burgas LSI

Dr. Margarita Stancheva and Dr. Hristo Stanchev are the primary authors of the Case Study Burgas: Land-Sea Interactions (published as a book), specifically focused to follow the land-sea interactions and to identify the interactions, conflicts and impacts between uses, sectors and environment both terrestrial and marine using the synergy/conflict land-sea interaction matrix approach.

This report presents the results under the project “Cross border maritime spatial planning in the Black Sea – Romania and Bulgaria (MARSPLAN – BS)”, Grant Agreement: EASME/EMFF/2014/1.2.1.5/2/SI2.707672 MSP LOT 1 /BLACK SEA/MARSPLAN-BS.

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Peer reviewed publications

Published: Tuesday, 01 May 2018

Publications

  1. Stancheva, M., Stanchev, H., P. Peev, G. Anfuso, Williams, A. T. 2016. Coastal protected areas and historical sites in North Bulgaria - Challenges, mismanagement and future perspectives. Ocean & Coastal Management, 130 (2016), 340-354, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2016.07.006 ( Read More )
  2. Stanchev, H., Stancheva, M. Young, R. 2015. Implications of population and tourism development growth for coastal zone in Bulgaria. Journal of Coastal Conservation, Vol. 19, Issue 1, 59-72, DOI: 10.1007/s11852-014-0360-x ( Read More )
  3. Stancheva, M., Young, R., Stanchev, H. 2014. Kamchia-Shkorpilovtzi beach, Bulgaria. Published online on Coastal Care, section “Beach of the month” (http://coastalcare.org/2014/05/kamchia-shkorpilovtsi-beach-bulgaria-by-margarita-stancheva-rob-young-hristo-stanchev/)
  4. Stanchev, H., Young, R., Stancheva, M. 2013. Integrating GIS and high resolution orthophoto images for the development of a geomorphic shoreline classification and risk assessment—a case study of cliff/bluff erosion along the Bulgarian coast. Journal of Coastal Conservation, Vol. 17, Issue 4, 719-728, DOI 10.1007/s11852-013-0271-2 ( Read More )
  5. Stanchev, H., Palazov, A., Stancheva, M., Apostolov, A. 2011. Determination of the Black Sea coastline length and area using GIS methods and LandSat 7 Satellite Images. Geo-Eco-Marina Journal, vol. 17, 27-31. ( Read More )
  6. Stancheva, M., Marinski, J., Peychev, V., Palazov, A., Stanchev, H. 2011. Long-term coastal changes of Varna Bay caused by anthropogenic influencе. Geo-Eco-Marina Journal, vol. 17, 33-40. ( Read More )
  7. Stancheva, M., Rangel-Buitrago, N., Anfuso, G., Palazov, A., Stanchev, H. and Correa, I. 2011. Expanding level of coastal armouring: case studies from different countries. Journal of Coastal Research, Special Issue 64, 1815-1819, ICS2011, Szczecin, Poland, ISSN 0749-0208. ( Read More )
  8. Stancheva, M., Ratas U., Orviku K., Palazov A., Rivis R., Kont A., Peychev V., Tõnisson H. and Stanchev H., 2011. Sand dune destruction due to increased human impacts along the Bulgraian Black Sea and Estonian Baltic Sea coasts. Journal of Coastal Research, Special Issue 64, 324-328, ICS2011, Szczecin, Poland, ISSN 0749-0208. ( Read More )
  9. Stancheva, M. 2010. Sand Dunes along the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast. Compt. Rend. Acad. Bulg. Sci, Volume 63, № 7, 1037-1048. ( Read More )
  10. Stancheva, M. 2010. Human-Induced Impacts along the Coastal Zone of Bulgaria. A Pressure Boom versus Environment. Compt. Rend. Acad. Bulg. Sci, Volume 63, № 1, 137-146. ( Read More )
  11. Stancheva, M. 2009. Indicative GIS-based Segmentation of the Bulgarian Black Sea Coastline for Risk Assessment. Compt. Rend. Acad. Bulg. Sci, Volume 62, № 10, 1311-1318. ( Read More )
  12. Stanchev, H., A. Palazov, M. Stancheva. 2009. 3D GIS Model for Flood Risk Assessment of Varna Bay due to Extreme Sea Level Rise. Journal of Coastal Research, Special Issue 56, 1597-1601, ICS2009, Portugal. ISSN 0749-0258. ( Read More )
  13. Stanchev, H. (2009). Studying coastline length through GIS techniques approach: a case of the Bulgarian Black Sea coast. Compt. Rend. Acad. Bulg. Sci, 62(4), 507-514. ( Read More )

Recent publications:

  • Stanchev, H., Stancheva, M., Yong, R., Palazov, A. 2017. Analysis of shoreline changes and cliff retreat to support Marine Spatial Planning in Shabla Municipality, Northeast Bulgaria. Ocean & Coastal Management, Volume 156, 15 April 2018, Pages 127-140, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2017.06.011.

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