According to a study in which the Institut de Ciències del Mar (ICM-CSIC) has participated, species richness has increased by more than 60% in the last two decades.
The Mediterranean fleet, more artisanal, had an easier time returning to work after the health restrictions.
This is the main conclusion of a new study involving the ICM-CSIC based on the analysis of fish otoliths found in geological formations dating back 700-800 thousand years.
The second edition of the BioMARató-Beaches with life, one of Catalonia's most significant events of citizen science and marine observations, has also been celebrated this year on the island of Tremiti, in Italy.
A new study in collaboration with the ICM has found that these ecosystems grow towards the main current and are able to self-organize to capture more food.
Modelling of a submarine landslide in the Svalbard Islands indicates that tsunami waves could be more than 4 meters high and reach the coast in 50 minutes.