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

Med-Jellyrisk Training Course, Tunisia- May 2015

 At the beginning of summer 2015, Med Jellyrisk will hold with the ATUTAX cooperation a training course on "The taxonomy, monitoring and ecology of jellyfish" on May 22nd, 2015 at the House of Culture Hammam-lif, Tunisia. For more information, please visit the following website:  http://www.cbd.int/idb/2015/celebrations/tn/

MED-JELLYRISK Photographic Competition Awards - May 2015

The corresponding awards of the photographic competition were given to the winners. First to Pete Bullen in Malta for his stunning photo of the Hula skirt siphonophore and later to the two Italian competition winners, namely a GO-PRO 4 Silver for the underwater camera category (Giulia Durante) and an ASUS ZENPHONE 4 (Elena Stanca, represented by her brother Luigi). Congrats to the happy winners!

The Med-Jellyrisk Project & Medjelly App presented at the 2nd BCN Citizen Science Day - April 2015

The Med-Jellyrisk Project and the Medjelly App have been presented in the 2nd Edition of the Barcelona Citizen Science Day, where the main actors of the citizen science area share experiences, knowledge and reflections.

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