The Dubrovnik-Neretva County is participating in the CapRadNet project which represents capitalization of successfully implemented projects ADRIARadNet, CAPS 2 and Roof of Rocks co-financed by the IPA ADRIATIC CBC program.

The Dubrovnik Stakeholders Workshop was held in Dubrovnik-Neretva County premises on 15th November 2016. In that occasion CapRadNet project was presented at representatives of cities and municipalities from the Dubrovnik-Neretva County area and Regional Office for protection and rescue in Dubrovnik.

"Activities of the CapRadNet project will be focused on using the information gathered by meteorological radars primarily for the improvement and, subsequently, development of the warning system for effects of adverse weather conditions. The research will cover otherwise active meteorological areas in the vicinity of the airports in Pescara and Dubrovnik, as well as a variety of activities aimed at protecting biodiversity in marine and coastal areas, thus unifying oceanographic data and research with the gathered meteorological and hydrological data. Expert associates on the project are members of the Croatian Meteorological and Hydrological Service and Institute for Marine and Coastal Research of the University of Dubrovnik" – said, among other things, Mr Mato Tomljanović in his presentation of the project.


Some participant at Dubrovnik meeting
Some participant at Dubrovnik meeting during the work session


Mato Tomljanović presentation
Mato Tomljanović during his presentation of the CapRadNet project



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