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CERES in the news
Gent de la Mar (ES)
CERES partner Ignacio Catalán explains the work of the IMEDEA-CSIC-UIB in Mallorca on this Balearic TV show.
Horizon Magazine (EN)
The EU’s independent research and innovation magazine interviews CERES scientific lead Myron Peck about how climate change will affect marine species, consumers and industries that rely on them.
CERES was included in a radio series looking at the marine research of Universität Hamburg. The series was part of the centenery celebrations of the university
University of Hamburg
You can contact us at the University of Hamburg for any media enquiries you may have.
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A seabass/seabreem farm on the Turkish coast
In 2016, around 296,000 tons of farmed sea bass and sea bream were produced in the Mediterranean, worth around €1.5 billion. Credit: Ferit Rad, Mersin University
The effects of jellyfish stings on fish. The south-west coast of Ireland is susceptible to a sudden bloom of jellyfish. Credit: Tom Doyle, UCC
Phytoplankton production by 2100
How rising temperatures may affect phytoplankton production by 2100 (IPCC high emissions scenario RCP 8.5) Credit: Adam Kennerley, CEFAS
CERES outreach material
Brochure - CERES storylines (1st edition)
Initial Brochure with descriptions of 22 of totally 27 CERES Case Studies
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CERES Office Universität Hamburg, Germany
Professor Dr. Myron Peck, scientific coordinator
Anastasia Walter, project manager
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