A new ICM-CSIC study unveils that marine debris on India's southeast coast is increasingly facilitating the colonization of invasive species, posing a significant threat to the ecological balance of the region’s marine system.
A study developed in collaboration between the Fundación Oceanogràfic and ICM-CSIC revealed that the risk of life-threatening gas embolism was greater in larger animals as well as those caught at deeper depths.
- Nine areas for offshore wind energy overlap or border Natura 2000 protected areas in the Western Mediterranean
This is the main conclusion of a study with the participation of the ICM-CSIC which describes this interaction as "remarkable" and calls for "caution".
According to a new ICM-CSIC study, meso- and bathypelagic ecosystems hide a large number of cryptic species, which would have led to erroneous assessments of diversity in this type of difficult-to-access environments.
- “Epigenetics in Aquaculture”, a new book that explores the role of epigenetics in aquatic organisms and their management
The book, the first one on the subject, deciphers the importance of epigenetics in the environmental adaptation and culture of algae, mollusks, crustaceans, and fish.
The observations can be found on the citizen science platform MINKA, promoted by the Institut de Ciències del Mar (ICM-CSIC).