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January 10 0 Comments

On December 11th, a mooring line containing autonomous sensors for the continuous measurement of oceanographic variables in the Mediterranean Sea was deployed in the Strait of Gibraltar. The installed devices will register physical and biogeochemical properties in the Mediterranean water outflow that leaves the basin through the Strait on its way out to the North […]

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October 8 0 Comments

 Our safe operating spaces for our common future ocean in the Earth system What are our safe operating spaces for the ocean? This is the starting question for the new EU Horizon 2020 project COMFORT.  The COMFORT project sets out to quantify coupled cycles of carbon, oxygen and nutrients for determining and achieving safe operating […]

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September 5 0 Comments

Dr. Jullián Blasco, scientist of ICMAN-CSIC and the Prof. Dr. Ilaria Corsi of University of Siena, have published the book “Ecotoxicology of Nanoparticles in Aquatic Systems” (CRPC Press-Taylor and Francis Group). This book explores the use of nanoparticles related to their occurrence in the environment, their impact on biota in aquatic systems, application of new […]

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April 5 0 Comments

The International Arctic Science Committee (IASC) is an international non-governmental scientific organization whose objective is to support and facilitate cooperation in all aspects related to Arctic research, between all countries with research interest in the Arctic and in all areas of the Arctic region.   The main objectives of the marine working group are to […]

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January 18 0 Comments

The Scientist A. Tovar has been granted by the Fulbright Commission (https://fulbright.es) in the program of mobility of “Stays for senior professors and researchers at foreign centers”. The researcher will spend 6 months at the Lamnont-Doherty Earth Observatory at Columbia University in New York (USA) (https://www.ldeo.columbia.edu). The objective of this stay is to study the priocess involved in the biogeochemical cycles […]

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June 28 0 Comments

A recent study entitled “Importance of the Gulf of Cádiz as a nursery for small pelagic fish Sardina pilchardus“  by Enrique González-Ortegón at ICMAN-CSIC, and in collaboration with IEO-Cádiz, IFAPA-Toruño and IPMA showed interesting results about environmental forcing affecting the advection of sardine early stages to the one of its main nursery area, the western […]

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