Emys-R

A socio-ecological evaluation of wetlands restoration in favour of the European pond turtle Emys reintroduction and associated biodiversity: a pan-European approach

Emys-R is a 3-year participatory action-oriented research project aiming at defining the most effective, socially supported, ecologial methods to restore wetlands in favour of the European pond turtle reintroduction, and associated biodiversity throughout Europe

Emys-R is a 3-year participatory action-oriented research project aiming at defining the most effective, socially supported, ecologial methods to restore wetlands in favour of the European pond turtle reintroduction, and associated biodiversity throughout Europe

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Latest News

20-26 June 2022: Emys-R at the 23rd Symposium of the International Association of Astacology, Hluboka nad Vltavou, Czech Republic

The first results of invasive crayfish monitoring at the FR Woerr study area were presented (– read the abstract – see the talk).

17 June 2022: Emys on Radio RCF Le 18-19 en Région Alsace-Lorraine

An interview « La cistude d’Europe, gardienne des zones humides » by Bénédicte Bossard (link to the podcast)

13-16 June 2022: EMYS-R at Society for Wetland Scientists’ European Chapter Conference in Arles, France
 
EMYS-Research Assistant Pat presents « Multi-stakeholder governance of European wetlands – networks as learning organizations » (link to the talk).

1 June 2022 Emys-R now on Twitter!

https://twitter.com/ProjectEmysR/status/1532007542515290113?s=20&t=aUUpdouDPiNoL4ItA7mdNg

19 May 2022: Start of the nesting season in the captive breeding facilities

The first nest of the year laid at petite Camargue Alsacienne has been excavated for bringing eggs in artificial incubators at Parc Zoologique & Botanique – Mulhouse, in order to maximize their chance of survival.

Latest Publications

Georges et al. (2022) When reintroduction turns to invasion: a fable about turtles and crayfish. 23rd Symposium of the International Association of Astacology, Hluboka nad Vltavou, Czech Republic, 20-26 June 2022 – read the abstract – see the talk

Romaniuk P (2022) Multi-stakeholder governance of European wetlands – networks as learning organizations. 17th SWS Europe Chapter Meeting – Connecting wetlands functioning and biodiversity towards nature-based solutions. Arles, France, 13-16 June 2022 – TALK (link to conference)

Nekrasova et al. (2022) Range expansion of the alien red-eared slider Trachemys scripta (Thunberg in Schoepff, 1792) (Reptilia, Testudines) in Eastern Europe, with special reference to Latvia and Ukraine. BioInvasions Records 11(1): 287–295 (pdf)

Emys-R is funded through the 2020-2021 Biodiversa & Water JPI joint call for research proposals, under the BiodivRestore ERA-Net COFUND programme, and with the funding organisations Agence Nationale de la Recherche (ANR, France), Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF, Germany), State Education Development Agency (VIAA, Latvia), and National Science Center (NSC, Poland).