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News

Isabel Marín Beltrán, a CCMAR researcher, was one of the young researchers invited by Science to write about how she imagined the world in 2040, considering the possible impact of COVID-19.
The study demonstrated the relevance of combining fish larvae behaviour and oceanography processes in modelling the dispersion of fish larvae to estimate recruitment.
Since the late 19th century, almost 30 per cent of known seagrass area across the world has been lost. Our researcher, Carmen Santos. coordinated one of the chapters of this report.

Next Events

Other Events
The Marine Evolution 2 was postponed to 2021. Further information soon.
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Briefs

The prize “Luís de Camões” for the best oral communication was attributed during the SIBIC2020 congress, for her “Evolution of the immune system in two antarctic notothenioids” presentation.
The Minister of the Sea dived into the Sado estuary this week and our researchers joined in a debate to warn about the importance of seagrasses meadows.
Lélia Matos,a paleoceanographer, is joining the EMSO project at the IPMA-Algés Campus. Welcome Léila!

Job Opportunities

Application open from
June 30, 2020 to July 15, 2020

Articles

by K. Sillanpää; J.C.R. Cardoso; R.Castelo Félix; L. Anjos; D.Mary Power; K. Sundell
by N.T. Marques; A. Filipe; P. Pinto; J. Barroso; H. Trindade; D.M. Power; A.Cristina Figueiredo