Our researchers Peter Hubbard and Zélia Velez have published this recent study which aims to study the effects of ocean acidification on olfactory sensitivity fish.
CCMAR's NEMA project participates with the organization of two Underwater FotoBlitz. The initiative takes place across the country from 10 to 18 October.
Since July, the CCMAR team has returned to work on the MARSW project in the PNSACV. The campaigns were suspended due to the context of the current pandemic, but they came back in force.
In the Sesimbra waterfront, until October 31, you can visit yet another initiative of this program led by the CCMAR - ISPA consortium since 2007.
This study led by our researchers in collaboration with two institutions from Quelimane aims to increase the quality of life of fishing communities and the artisanal and subsistence fishing sector in Mozambique.
Fifteen doctoral research fellowships will be awarded to graduates that comply with the requirements and wish to carry out research towards a doctoral degree.
This study led by the University of Salamanca and our researchers from IPMA aims to answer the call of the Southern Ocean Observing System Science Strategy to study the impact of ocean acidification these ecosystems.
Microbial communities are the first to react to environmental changes and may in the future be used as potential indicators of environmental degradation and tipping points of ecological coral reef conditions.
The first component of EMSO-PT Cadiz station was successfully tested off the coast of Olhão, Algarve. The tests were performed on one of IPMA’s vessels, the RV Diplodus.