Enhancing management approach and mitigation measures against jellyfish proliferations impacts. Project funded by the ENPI-CBC MED

Jellyfish Photography Competition 2014

The MED-JELLYRISK Project welcomes you to the Jellyfish Photography Competition 2014. Register your user account and you'll be able to participate in the Photo Contest.

Submission Rules and Guidelines (3.8 MB)

Your smartphone to the rescue! MED-JELLY App launched in Malta too

How often have you wished for a crystal ball that will help you to identify the beaches which are free of jellyfish? Well...the smartphone app MED-JELLY comes close to such a crystall ball. Already developed in Spain and now in Malta, such an application gives a forecast to users on the occurrence of jellyfish in maltese coastal waters, besides logistical information on each Maltese beach, sting treatment for each jellyfish species as well as the possibility to submit a jellyfish sighting report. The app contains information on a total of 35 beaches, which covers the entire geographical area of the Maltese archipelago in the Central Mediterranean. The MED-JELLY app for Maltese beaches is already available for Android and iPhone platforms.

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