Marine Conservation: forging effective strategic partnerships was the theme of this year’s annual conference of the European Cetacean Society (ECS) which was held in La Spezia, Italy, April 6th to 10th, with the help of Eulabor Institute/ Waterevolution and with Tethys as a scientific partner and organizer of two workshops:
“Important Marine Mammal Areas (IMMAs) across the Mediterranean Sea” and “Mediterranean Grampus Project 2.0”.
Several talks were given and posters were displayed by the staff of Tethys
Arianna Azzellino, Caterina Lanfredi, Maddalena Jahoda, Valentina De Santis, Margherita Zanardelli, Sabina Airoldi – Time matters. Why we should consider more the temporal resolution of our studies.
Caterina Lanfredi, Arianna Azzellino, Aurelie Moulins, Massimiliano Rosso, Paola Tepsich, Sabina Airoldi – Abundance assessment of sperm whales (Physeter macrocephalus) in the North-Western portion of the Pelagos Sanctuary (NW Mediterranean Sea)
Simone Panigada, Julie Belmont, Célia Le Ravallec, Greg Donovan,. Phil Hammond, Ana Cañadas – The ACCOBAMS Survey Initiative – when a dream comes true
Elisa Remonato, Sabina Airoldi, Massimiliano Rosso, Caterina Lanfredi, Luca Bittau, Renata Manconi, Carla A. Chicote, Manel Gazo, Aurelie Moulins, Paola Tepsich, Alessandro Verga, Arianna Azzellino – Where are the Risso’s dolphins (Grampus griseus) of the North Western Mediterranean Sea? Study of Movements Within and Outside the Pelagos Sanctuary.
Nino Pierantonio, Giorgos Paximadis, Ana Can̅adas, Antigoni Foutsi, Simone Panigada – Occurrence and abundance of delphinids in the Northern Aegean Sea from aerial surveys