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  • Scientists save corals following storms and they ask for your help
    Researchers from CCMAR at the University of Algarve are collecting a type of coral commonly referred to as gorgonians that were stranding on shore following recent storms in order to transplant them back to their natural habitat.
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    VII Congress of the Iberian Society for Ichthyology, Faro, Portugal, from the 12th to the 16th of June, 2018. REGISTER NOW
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    Will take place in Portugal, Faro, from 1 to 6 July 2018.

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CCMAR organizes this week the fifth conference “Interdisciplinary Approaches in Fish Skeletal Biology (IAFSB)”  in Tavira, Portugal.

In recent decades, sea surface temperature has been increasing says a CCMAR research team that recently published a comparative study that looks at the period between 1950 and 2010. Researchers found that even in each decade and according to regions, the sea surface temperature varies and has increased from 0.1 to 0.2 degrees.

The 10th Call for Access is OPEN, with an application deadline of 14 May 2018.

Ana Grenha receives her Tech2Market honorable mention (photo credits: UAlg Communication Department)

Ana Grenha, Maria Clara Costa and Luisa Custódio have received honorable mentions at the Tech2Market contest promoted by the University of the Algarve. We talked with the researchers to find out more about their technologies and future prospects.

 

 

 

António Sykes, researcher at CCMAR, was appointed as the Portuguese and Sociedade Portuguesa de Ciências Animais em Laboratório (SPCAL) member of the Working Group on Capture and Transport of Cephalopods of FELASA (Federation of European Animal Science Associations).

Researchers from CCMAR at the University of Algarve are collecting a type of coral commonly referred to as gorgonians that were stranding on shore following recent storms in order to transplant them back to their natural habitat.

Year after year, CCMAR hosts netherlands students, for a two week training programme. During these days, students work on our marine station and collect a lot of samples to work with.

O CCMAR celebrou a 5 de março de 2018 o seu 27º aniversário e aproveitou a cerimónia para entregar os prémios de mais uma edição do concurso de fotografia e vídeo: "Aos Olhos do CCMAR".