Um artigo publicado na semana passada por Jorge Assis, investigador do CCMAR, referencia os Açores como um dos locais mais relevantes para a espécie Laminaria ochroleuca.
In recent years, biodiversity has suffered a rapid decline, but there are measures that can reverse this scenario. Jorge Assis integrated an international group of researchers who launched an article on the topic this Thursday.
An important study conducted by our researchers relates, for the first time, the targets set by the Paris Agreement and North Atlantic commercial fisheries.
The duration and intensity of marine heatwaves may persist for longer in deeper water, according to a study published in Nature Climate Change, led by researchers of CCMAR and University of Algarve. The findings indicate that subsurface biodiversity may be at a high risk of exposure to cumulative heat from these events.
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