Training workshop in the Region of Crete

In the period from 8 to 12 of April 2002 a technical training workshop was organised in Heraklion by IMBC in collaboration with the Region of Crete covering the following issues:
  • INTERISK water management database structure and data management
  • Monitoring and assessment of Water Microbiological Quality
  • Monitoring and assessment of Water Chemical Quality
    The seminar was attended by the following persons:

The workshop was organized by IMBC and was finally attended by 12 participants (4 from FYROM, 2 from Albania, 3 from Bulgaria and 3 from Greece). The workshop program included
Training Workshop 1: Database structure and data management

 
Monday April 8:
  • Introduction to the database working environment and presentation of the database software. (A. Kapantagakis)
  • Practicing on the SW package and evaluation of the data management facilities (Part A). (J. Laurijsen / A. Kapantagakis)
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    Tuesday April 9:
  • Interisk's Web-site presentation and description.
  • Practicing on the SW package and evaluation of the data management facilities (Part B). (J. Laurijsen / A. Kapantagakis)
    Training Workshop 2: Monitoring and assessment of Water Microbiological Quality
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    Wednesday April 10:
  • Water quality monitoring program in the Region of Crete (C. Dounas).
  • Planning Monitoring and assessment of Microbiological Quality (C. Dounas)
  • New approaches in watershed management (G. Zacharioudakis)
  • Demonstration of water microbiological analysis and related laboratory techniques and methods, group discussion (M. Leivadara, A. Krystalas, M. Maidanou)
    Training Workshop 3: Monitoring and assessment of Water Chemical Quality
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    Thursday April 11:
  • Pesticide analytical techniques (M. Koumakis)
  • Trihalomethanes analytical techniques (M. Koumakis)
  • Demonstration of chemical inorganic parameter analysis and related laboratory techniques and methods, group discussion (Part A)(G. Dialynas / M. Koumakis / A. Krystalas)
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    Friday April 12:
  • Laboratory security measures (G. Dialynas / M. Koumakis)
  • Aposelemis River monitoring program (G. Dialynas/M. Koumakis)
  • Innovative Environmental sensor technologies (N. Chaniotakis/J. Tsagatakis)
  • Demonstration of chemical inorganic parameter analysis and related laboratory techniques and methods, group discussion (Part B)(G. Dialynas / M. Koumakis)