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Grup de recerca en Biodiversitat i recursos marins (GRMar)

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GRMAR

Institut d'Ecologia Aquàtica

Campus de Montilivi mapa
M. Aurèlia Capmany 69
17003 Girona
Tel. 972418153

Marta Muñoz Frigola
marta.munyoz@udg.edu
http://www2.udg.edu/grmar

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The research group Marine Resources and Biodiversity (GR MAR) is the group GRCT0097 of the University of Girona (UdG) and is composed by researchers of the areas Animal Biology and Plant Biology of the Department of Environmental Sciences of the same university. This research is affiliated to the Institute of Aquatic Ecology (http://www2.udg.edu/iea). The group members belong to recognized research group SGR 1521 MedRECOVER.

 

GR MAR is a new and multidisciplinary group, with the research focused on the analysis of the impact of global change and other disturbances resulting from human activities on the marine biodiversity and resources, with the aim to contribute to their conservation

Notícies

Caràtula
Seminari virtual "L'espectacular viatge de l'anguila europea"
Amb motiu de la Nit de la Recerca 2020, el Dr. Lluís Zamora, membre de l’equip, ha elaborat aquest interessant document sobre una de les espècies de peixos més fascinants: l'anguila europea.

Totes les imatges són pròpies.
12/4/2020
PONDERFUL H2020
PONDERFUL: Pond Ecosystems for Resilient Future Landscapes in A Changing Climate
GRECO/EcoAqua is part of a consortium that is running a new Horizon 2020 project ‘PONDERFUL’, led by the University of Vic (Spain). The project’s overarching aim is to develop improved methods for maximising the use of ponds and pondscapes in climate change adaptation and mitigation, biodiversity conservation and the delivery of ecosystem services.
10/2/2020
Logotip MERCES
MERCES project: Marine Ecosystem Restoration in Changing European Seas
The Marine Fores team is a partner of the MERCES project on the restoration of different degraded marine habitats
5/7/2020
Logotip AFRIMED
AFRIMED project: Algal Forest Restoration in MEDiterranean sea
In the Mediterranean Sea, macroalgal forests represent one of the most valuable, but rapidly disappearing habitats. Here, capitalising on the experience gained and the knowledge accumulated in previous projects, we have formulated a consortium that will improve existing, and develop new restoration techniques to efficiently restore degraded macroalgal forests
5/7/2020