In Portugal and in most EU and worldwide countries the information on the impact of climate change on exploited resources is inexistent. In this study, researchers studied the role of climate change in fisheries in Portugal.
Biological invasions are one of the many consequences of a globalized world. Thus, early detection and eradication of invasive species are crucial to prevent significant economic impacts.
The study reveals that marine fish species exploited by commercial fishing tend to have less genetic differentiation between their populations, which may influence their ability to adapt to environmental changes.
The City Hall of Faro approved the classification of the Ramalhete marine station as Property of Municipal Interest.
The conference will take place online between 18 th and 29 th January, gathering over 400 participants, including scientists, industry representatives and policymakers, in an exchange of experience, knowledge and opportunities.
This study shows that the application of dietary supplementation of natural antioxidants extracts in Senegalese sole larvae diets has improved their growth performance.
In this article recently published in the international journal "Environmental Pollution", researchers investigated the probability of coastal marine habitats retaining microplastics under controlled bio-physical conditions.
Our researchers Andreia Rebotim, Catarina Cavaleiro and Célia Santos from IPMA wrote the Portuguese version of the book "Once upon a time ... a scientific fairy tale - Volume I" in collaboration with researchers from Brazil.
Reduce food loss and waste and improve water management in the Mediterranean agro-food supply chain are the main objectives of FRUALGAE, a new CCMAR project.