Biological Oceanography

Biological oceanography investigates the ecology of marine organisms in the context of the physical, chemical, and geological characteristics of their ocean environment. It is closely aligned with marine biology, though the latter has more emphasis on the biology of individual marine organisms.

Biological oceanography includes the use of innovative technologies to study the abundance of parameters such as chlorophyll and zooplankton in the marine environment.

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all-day The Cluster approach for a sustainable Blue Growth in the Mediterranean @ Titania Hotel
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The Cluster approach for a sustainable Blue Growth in the Mediterranean @ Titania Hotel
Save-The-Date for the next transnational Capitalization & Community Building event organized by InnoBlueGrowth entitled "The Cluster approach for a sustainable Blue Growth in the Mediterranean" next June 20-21, [...]

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