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

Med-Jellyrisk School 2014

In the framework of the MED-JELLYRISK Project, ICM-CSIC (Spain) organizes the school "Introduction to Pelagic Cnidarians and Ctenophores: Research Topics and Methods" to promote the exchange of experiences between ICM-CSIC and the Project partners and to train the new generation of jellyfish scientists based on the experience acquired along the first two years of the Project

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Anti-Jellyfish Nets Installation 2014

On July 17th-18th, the MED-JELLYRISK Project has launched the installation of the first anti-jellyfish nets in Tunisia (Hammamet and Monastir, 400 linear meters in total). On July 22, the first nets was installed in Italy, Favignana (Egadi Islands) and another one will be installed soon at the island of Ustica (NW Sicily). We will continue soon with other localities in Tunisia, Sicily (Lampedusa, Alcamo, Eolian islands) as well as Ibiza in Spain, and Malta. For those who will experience to safely swim within the net enclosures, please send us your feedback.

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.

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