We are participating in a COST action (Marcons), discussing the importance of thermal refugia for the impacts of climate change.
Back to our quadrat surveys, this time at Cape Touriñan, in Galicia, Spain. Towards the south, the dominance of macro-algae is now just a memory, but here it is still possible to see these magnificent algae belts! More brown and red algae to feast your eyes 🙂 There was still time for robolimpet deployment:
On the 23rd of June we finished our Summer 2017 survey for the project Reehab. Here you can see Rui taking notes on the percentage of cover of Sabellaria alveolata in one of the five 5x5m permanent quadrats in Buarcos, Figueira da Foz, central Portugal. Even though this location is known for having some of the most impressive S. alveolata reefs… Read more »
Hi, today we briefly entered the French territory to service and deploy some more loggers Some perspectives of the amazing shore at Biarritz Here’s how it looks like to service the loggers in a touristic location … the only problem is not having any opportunity to swim… it’s time to return to Portugal 🙁 See you in an year, Biarritz!
We will be present at TIBE (Trends in Biodiversity and Evolution), the annual meeting organized by CIBIO. It will take place from 28 to 30 of June 2017. This year’s theme is bio-logging and we will be talking about our variety of electronic gadgets that we use to study climate and biogeography. See you all there!