We are pleased to announce that the Vodafone Foundation, as part of the World of Difference 2019 program, this year will support the director of our project “Is it Alien to you? Share it!!!“.
In the context of our citizen science project Is it Alien to you…. Share it!!!, members of iSea presented two articles in the scientific journal of the Hellenic Centre for Marine Research, Mediterranean Marine Science.
In a new collaboration of iSea with the Hellenic Center for Marine Research (HCMR) and the Association Toulipa Gulimi, interesting data emerged about the feeding habits of Dalatias licha (Kitefin shark) in the Greek seas. Read more “New information on Dalatias licha shark diet in the Greek waters”
A new publication by the University of the Aegean in collaboration with iSea and CretAquarium of HCMR in the context of our project “Is it Alien to you? Share it!!!” Read more “New publication in the context of our project Is it Alien to you? Share it!!!”
In the context of the survey, a total of 1,157 from primary schools of 25 Greek cities were collected and analysed, in order to study the students’ knowledge and attitudes towards dolphins and whales. Read more “New iSea research on students’ awareness about cetaceans in Greece”
The 22nd Annual European Elasmobranch Association Meeting just finished. iSea travelled to Peniche, Portugal, with two presenting posters, Read more “iSea became the 12th member of the European Elasmobranch Association”
About 1000 alien species have been reported in the Mediterranean Sea, more by far than in other European seas. A small number of the marine invasive alien species induce human health impacts, being venomous and poisonous. Recently, the news of the death of three Libyan fishers who consumed the poisonous silver-cheeked toadfish, have drawn the attention of the media and the public. As marine scientists, engaged in the study of alien species, we wish to provide accurate information concerning these new health hazards. Read more “Joint Press Release about the Toxic and Poisonous Alien Species occurring in the Mediterranean Sea”
Another visit took place in the context of the MMET project at the Kapani Market, the most popular and busy marketplace of Thessaloniki.