David Abecasis, Bárbara Horta e Costa and Inês Sousa went to Arendal, Norway to participate in the 5th International Conference on Fish Telemetry.
David Abecasis is working in the Blue Azores Expedition promoted by the Blue Ocean Foundation and the National Geographic Society. He told us about the expedition and how is life on board.
Our researcher, David Abecasis, participated in the researchers/divers team of the recent documentary “Exploring and working to protect the Azores underwater ecosystem” from National Geographic Society, which was premiered on November 22nd.
Between the 6th and 18th of December 9 students of the Master in Marine Biology will defend their thesis.
Sebastian was one of the winners who had the opportunity to choose where to carry out his PhD. Among the more than 800 offers that the research centres provided, Sebastian chose to do his PhD at CCMAR.
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.
An important study conducted by our researchers relates, for the first time, the targets set by the Paris Agreement and North Atlantic commercial fisheries.
Records show that the animal swam in the waters of the Professor Luiz Saldanha marine park, a part of the Arrábida Natural Park (Setubal) in the beginning of August last year, where it roamed for almost a week.
CCMAR is one of the partners of the STRAITS project that will equip all four corners of Europe with acoustic receivers o track aquatic life in an effort to better understand their biology and ecology.
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