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Institution name: Geological Survey of Montenegro

Address: Naselje Krusevac bb, 81000 Podgorica, Montenegro

Telephone: (+382) 20 245 453
Fax: (+382) 20 245 438

2015 - 2018 MINATURA2020
The Geological Survey of Montenegro, as a project partner and the representative of Montenegro, together with 23 partners from 18 countries, participates in the implementation of new projects in the field of mineral economics and mineral policy MINATURA2020. The project is implemented under the Horizon 2020 program for research and innovation (R&I) of the European Commission. The final goal of this three-year project is to develop the concept and methodology for defining the future protection of Mineral Deposits of Public Importance.
2012 - 2014 Sustainable planning in the field of production and aggregates supply in Southeastern Europe.
S. Radusinovic, MSc in Geology, Project coordinator
B. Jovanovic, BCs in Geology, project participant
D. Bozovic, BCs in Geology, project participant
I. Radosevic, external legal advisor
Project status : Project completed.
The partnership agreement was signed with the Leading partner Montanuniversität Leoben, Austria and the Geological Survey of Montenegro as IPA-I Project partner on the project. In the project implementation will participate 27 partners (institutions) from 14 countries from Southeastern Europe. From Montenegro side, as a partner in the project, two other institutions are included: the Ministry of Economy and the Agency for Environmental Protection.
The first national consultations with stakeholders, September 2013
The aim of the project is to facilitate and improve planning in developing aggregate production planning tools that would support national and regional planning of the production of primary and secondary aggregates in SEE countries. These tools will consist of: Common Vision for the transition to an integrated, comprehensive sustainable planning in Southeastern Europe; Handbook on capacity building and consultation with stakeholders; Handbook on data and methods for analysis; Planning schemes that contains modules that embody approaches, principles, and necessary actions required to achieve the goals. Other objectives of the project are: engagement of involved parties in the area of capacity building, implementation of national / regional consultations and development or production of materials that accompany the process and provide support for capacity building and engagement of stakeholders in the process.
The set of manuals for planning supplying of aggregates (Montenegrin and English versions) and Proceedings of the International Conference: International Conference on Sustainable Aggregates Planning in South East Europe - contributions to the EU policy framework minerals, Bled, Slovenia.
SNAP-SEE team of the the Geological Survey in May 2013, successfully organized a meeting of the Steering Committee and training for project partners of Project SNAP-SEE, with the presence of representatives of all the project partners. Also, in accordance with the objectives of the Project, in September 2013, the First National Consultations were successfully organized and on 30th of May other national consultations with stakeholders, in the presence of representatives of institutions and companies interested in planning of the production of aggregates. All three meetings are evaluated as very successful and well organized.

The project was successfully completed with positive assessment of all indicators. By the general assessment of project partners, the team representing the Geological Survey, engaged in this project, successfully and professionally performed all tasks, ending participation with the preparation and translation of the manuals and press releases. After such assessment, the Geological Survey of Montenegro obtained an invitation to participate in a new project in the field of valorization of mineral resources and mineral policy - Minature 2020, which is implemented at the European level.

At the invitation of the project partners, representatives of Geological Survey, through lectures and roundtables had notable participation in organized national consultations in Slovenia, Croatia and Serbia, as well as on the conference held in Bled, Slovenia, on October 2014.
Internacional conference in Bled, Slovenia, Octobar, 2013.
The specific purpose of SNAP-SEE project was to create and distribute tools for planning the supply of aggregates, whose implementation should help government institutions and stakeholders in cooperation on improving procedures for planning and management of primary and secondary aggregates in South Eastern Europe.

SNAP-SEE planning tools for aggregates consist of four manuals that are interconnected and mutually supportive:

1. Vision of best practice in planning aggregates in Southeast Europe

2. Creating a sustainable supply of aggregates plan

3. Consultation with stakeholders in the implementation of best practices in sustainable planning supply aggregates.

4. Data acquisition and analysis methodologies to support best practices in sustainable planning of supplying aggregates. The SNAP-SEE project released the final publication of the project deliverables: Sustainable planning in supplying aggregates in Southeast Europe: Overview SNAP-SEE project. One of the activities of the SNAP-SEE project was the promotion of sustainable planning topics aggregates in Southeast Europe, which is achieved through a variety of posters, newsletters and promotional video.
2013 - 2016 European Marine Observation and Data Network (EMODnet)
S. Radusinovic, MSc in Geology, Project coordinator
B. Jovanovic, BCs in Geology, project participant
I.Danilovic, BCs in Geology, project participant
V. Abramovic, BCs in Geology, project participant
M. Pajovic, PhD in Geology, project participant
Mr Ljiljana Vucic, MCs in applied mathematics/programming, external consultant
I. Radosevic, external legal advisor

Project status :
Project is on-going.

In the past, marine geology departments of the European Geological Institute collaborated on projects funded by the European Commission, the EU Observations od Seas and data networks EMODnet. This project has entered its second phase, during which is expanded to include the area of the Mediterranean and Adriatic.

In his capacity as coordinator of the project, the British Geological Survey (BGS) has prepared project documentation for this call. The goal is to create map of Europe in a scale of 1: 250.000, which would include: basis; the rate of deposition of sediments on the seabed; geological structure of the seabed; geological boundaries and faults; geological events and the probability of their occurrence (landslides, volcanoes and earthquakes epicenters); minerals (including aggregates, oil and gas); rates of sedimentation and erosion and coastal relief (cliffs, dune, estuary).

These maps will be available to the European Union through the portal One Geology - European portal, in line with the strategy of members of the EEC (EuroGeoSurveys).

The Geological Survey of Montenegro, after consultation with the Ministry of Economy and Montenegro Seismological Observatory, as partner on the project prepared and submitted to the Lead partner necessary documentation for applications for this project. In EMODnet consortium 31 European countries took participation.

During 2013, the tender procedure has been completed, the consortium signed contracts, secured financing, thus created conditions for the start of the project. In Lisbon in January 2014, the first meeting of the project was held, on which further steps in the implementation of the project activities were defined.

Results of Project's first phase
During 2014, the expert team of the Geological Survey's associates, according to project tasks for individual work packages, selected and prepared GIS layers, for the purpose of data validation and harmonization at European level, as follow:

1. layer with international and territorial boundaries;
2. referenced and digitized map seabed sediments
3. GIS layer with the parameters of earthquakes that were registered in the offshore of Montenegro, etc.
2014 CEI Know-how Exchange Programme (KEP)
S. Radusinovic, MSc in Geology, Project coordinator
Project status : Project completed in 2014.

The project refered to exchange of knowledge and experiences within the Central European Initiative, promoted by the Government of Italy. Within the project framework, the working group is organised to implement the project, followed by a scientific committee to identify themes and select scholarship recipients, and eventually a team of researchers involved in the implementation of activities.

The scholarship is awarded to one researcher from each country (Montenegro, Serbia and Albania) after giving the proposal with multiple candidates and their characteristics from parent institutions. Rate and selection of candidates was made by the selection committee within OGS, Trieste University and the Central European Initiative.
Participants in the study visits and training, OGS, Trieste, October 2014
Within the project, the following activities were completed: Workshop, which aimed to increase the dialogue between institutions - organized at Podgorica, in June 2014; Study visits and one-week training organized in OGS in Trieste, October, 2014 - representatives of theGeological Survey were S. Radusinovic, V. Blecic, I. Danilovic and V. Abramovic; Quarterly training in the field of marine geology - underwater landslides attended Veselin Blecic, BSc. in Geology, held in OGS, October-December 2014.
The workshop organized by the Geological Survey of Montenegro,
Podgorica, June 2014.
After acquired knowledge through the implementation of this project as well as tracking of contacts with representatives of the Central European Initiative, the Geological Survey was invited to join the CEI-PRAISE Programme for the Promotion of Research and Innovation Centre through scientific excellence and advanced research groups.
2014 Mineral deposits of public importance - MINIATURA 2020
Website of the project:
S. Radusinovic, MSc in Geology, Project coordinator
B. Jovanovic, BCs in Geology, project participant
I. Radosevic, external legal advisor

Project status :
Project is on-going.Previous activities: The Geological Survey of Montenegro, after successfully implemented activities on the project SNAP-SEE, accepted the proposal that, as a project partner and Montenegrin representatives, participate in the preparation of proposal for new project in the field of mineral economics and mineral policy, which was submitted for funding through Horizon 2020 program of the European Commission.

During 2014, the expert team of the Geological Survey was actively involved in the preparation of project proposal, supporting documentation and registration of institutions and responsible persons in the new portal of the European Commission ECAS. The project is the first phase and after accepted and approved by the EC, its realization began by preparing the first meeting held in Vienna in early 2015, organized by the Lead Partner MinPol from Austria, spin-off organization of the University of Leoben.

The exploitation of mineral resources in Europe is essential activity that should meet the current and future needs of the European Society for minerals. Mineral deposits including the famous sites, abandoned mines and historic mining sites must be protected from other uses to which their use is made impossible. Consideration of these different land use requires proper consideration of exclusivity, reversibility and effect on the environment. The aim of the project is to develop the concept and methodology for defining the future protection of mineral deposits from the public interest' in order to ensure their best use in the future.
The First Meeting of the Project MINIATURA 2020 held in Vienna in March, 2015.
MINIATURA 2020 will last 3 years. The project is divided into seven work packages: 5 sessions and two additional (horizontal work packages-related project support). Each work package is divided into several tasks. The project involves a total of 24 partners, professional institutions, universities, industry representatives, etc. from European countries. Leaders of work packages and tasks are defined and the role of leaders and partners are defined for each work package. Geological Survey plans activities in almost all the work packages and the project will address issues related to the conditions in this area in Montenegro, as well as cooperation with other partners in achieving the goals set at the project level.
2014 MedPartnership / UNESCO IHP component of coastal aquifers
Dragan Radojevic, BCs in Hydrogeology

This project is under the auspices of the "Strategic Partnership for the Mediterranean Sea Large Marine Ecosystem" and UNESCO-IHP "Management of Coastal Aquifer and Groundwater" and Geological Survey is involved within the Ministry of Sustainable Development and Tourism to contribute to the preparation of documents. Representatives of the Geological Survey participated in the preparation of the "Draft regional report".

In this document a particular aspect is given in the following three sections:
1. Policies and legislation;
2. National legislation
3. Institutions and National aquifer cards.
2014 COWAMA selection group
Dragan Radojevic, BCs in Hydrogeology

During 2014, The Geological Survey of Montengro was involved in the COWAM work sectional group, which operates under the auspices of the HORIZON 2020 prgram. The main topics of this working group were: uUse of continental aquifers to supply drinking water in the coastal region, etc.

During 2015, the plan is to propose a pilot project in these areas which will be located in Montenegro.
Realized projects 1973-2014 (more)