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A new study identifies a 'warm' glacial period that would have allowed the accumulation of ice necessary for this important transition.
From Olhão to Viana do Castelo, during eight meetings, researchers explained the effects that climate change will have on the fisheries sector and fishermen reported what they already feel at sea.
The Scientific Call will be delivered today at COP 26, during the meeting of the heads of state and governments of the Ocean Panel. Adelino Canário, Board Director of CCMAR and Professor at the University of Algarve, is one of...
An important study conducted by our researchers relates, for the first time, the targets set by the Paris Agreement and North Atlantic commercial fisheries.
In Portugal and in most EU and worldwide countries the information on the impact of climate change on exploited resources is inexistent. In this study, researchers studied the role of climate change in fisheries in Portugal.
National Geographic Portugal: Pepe Brix
The July issue of National Geographic magazine highlights the work of our researcher Leonardo Mata, for his research on the cultivation of red macroalgae capable of reducing the emission of greenhouse gases.
Aspeto das pradarias de Zostera marina em Portugal durante a maré baixa no verão (Créditos: Ana Alexandre – CCMAR)
In a recently published study (Functional Ecology) the researchers concluded that the effects of global change, particularly ocean warming, could benefit marine plants.
New study brought together over 30 world experts in the carbon captured by the ocean and coastal ecossystems.
In recent decades, sea surface temperature has been increasing says a CCMAR research team that recently published a comparative study that looks at the period between 1950 and 2010. Researchers found that even in each decade and...