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Tethys has contributed since 1986 to marine conservation, at national and international levels, through the provision of scientific knowledge.

The Institute has been investigating the ecology of marine species,

most notably whales and dolphins, in research campaigns involving paying volunteers,

that are among the earliest citizen science projects in the Mediterranean.

Join us at sea next summer! Everyone can participate.

 

 

Tethys turns 30

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Read the highlights of Tethys’ activities in research, conservation and awareness, from 1986, under the brand new menu “Activities”, or the special summary in ITALIANO

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An expedition as a present

PRESENT

Best  gift ever: get a voucher and the lucky ones receiving the present will be able to freely choose their participation dates and their destination, Greece or Italy – in the field, helping the researchers.

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JOIN US 2016 in Greece 

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IDP teams in Greece will be going on from June to September: please check out the new dates and fees for 2016. Also detailed info is already available.

 

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JOIN US 2016 in Italy

CSR_Bp_20110519_005_SAIRCetacean Sanctuary Research teams in the northwestern Mediterranean will star next May and go on until September: new dates and fees for 2016 are now on line. See also all detailed info.

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Projects

A series of best pictures regarding Tethys' ongoing long term research projects conducted in the Mediterranean which you can join: CSR in the Pelagos Sanctuary, Ligurian Sea on board the RV "Pelagos", and IDP in the coastal waters of Greece.

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Blog

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(Italiano) Tethys compie 30 anni

Wednesday February 3rd, 2016

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It’s too loud in the Mediterranean: scientists present the first underwater noise map

Friday January 22nd, 2016

Human activities using loud noise sources cover very big portions of the Mediterranean Sea, as announced in a special press release by OceanCare. Their impacts on marine wildlife should be.. read more

(Italiano) Il “Parmurelu d’oru” di Bordighera a Sabina Airoldi

Wednesday October 21st, 2015

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