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Anzali Wetland Ecological Management Project - Phase 2

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2018/11/20Selkeh Aquatic Plant Survey in Progress

A survey team consisting of Dr.Bahram Zehzad from Shahid Beheshti University, and Dr.Mirzajani from National Inland Aquaculture Institute (NIWAI) is in progress to identify the flora of aquatic plant around the Anzali Wetland Environmental Education Center in Selkeh Wildlife Refuge for baseline information of education…

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2018/11/12【Invitation】Seminar of Amphibians and Reptiles in Anzali Wetland and Eynak Wetland

Amphibian and Reptiles Survey has already completed as a part of the joint pilot activity “Comprehensive Ecosystem Survey” under the Wetland Ecosystem Conservation Sub Committee, in Anzali Wetland Ecological Management-phase II, and as a result of the survey, 17 species of amphibians and reptiles were…

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2018/11/05Second Round Boundary Signboard Installation Completed

As part of protection methods, signboards installation is common practice used for marking the lands where designated as protected areas, wildlife refuges, and etc. In the Anzali Wetland, already, there are four designated sites being protected by DOE Gilan, including three wildlife refuges and one…

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2018/10/29JET Report about Anzali Wetland on Ramsar COP13 in Dubai

The 13th Meeting of the Conference of the Contracting Parties to the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands (COP13) was held at the Festival Arena in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, from 21 to 29 October 2018. During these days Contracting Parties convene to assess progress in the…

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2018/10/2917th World Lake Conference in Japan

The 17th World Lake Conference (WLC) was held from 15th to 19th October in Tsukuba International Congress Center in Ibaraki prefecture, Japan. The theme of the conference is “Harmonious Coexistence of Human and Lake -Toward Sustainable Ecosystem Service “. About 4,000 people such as…

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About Anzali Wetland:

The Anzali Wetland Complex (approximately 19,000 ha) is located near the port city of Bandar Anzali in Gilan Province, North part of Iran along the Southern coast of the Caspian Sea. This site is one of the nearest wetland from Ramsar city which is the origin of the Ramsar Convention. The wetland was designated as a Ramsar site at June 23, 1975. A large, freshwater lagoon fed by several rivers and separated from the Caspian Sea by a dune system  read more…

About Project:

The technical Cooperation Project for Anzali Wetland Ecological Management Project – Phase II Started in April 2014 and will last for five years. Prior to the phase II Project, JICA conducted the phase I project with related expertized organizations, such as Department of Environment (DOE), Gilan Province, DOE Gilan. In this phase I project, achievements such as establishment of the Anzali Wetland Management Committee (AWMC), environmental zoning, manuals for monitoring environmental education, and Eco-Tourism should be desiring special mention.

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