Aquatic habitats are no “silent world”; they are filled by several, different sound sources. Waves and water turbulences are examples of physical sources of sounds, but physical sources are not the only ones. An immense variety of aquatic animals depends on sounds for activities that are crucial for their survival, and their vocalisations are called […]Read More AQUATIC HABITATS: A SILENT WORLD?
Land and sea, no matter where we are, are connected. Any trash that is disposed of improperly can potentially enter the ocean or other waterways, and anyone who disposes of trash improperly can be a source of marine debris! Yes, even you! Marine debris is one of the greatest threats our ocean faces (check our […]Read More SIMPLE ADVISES FOR REDUCING OUR LITTERING FOOTPRINT
Which is the level of public awareness on marine pollution? New video on Artemis Eyes Channel! (Youtube link: Marine Pollution Awareness- video) In December 2015, an online survey was made public on the ec.europa.eu website; the survey was about public perception of marine pollution. The questions were few and simple: do you think that chemical pollution […]Read More MARINE POLLUTION AWARENESS
In collaboration with Nicolo’ Ongaro, Artemis Eyes just published a new video on its channel, called Plastic Wave. Plastic Wave wants to tell you about plastic pollution in our oceans, by interviewing renowned scientists researching on this issue, by summarizing some of the knowledge achieved by scientists to date and by taking you for a […]Read More PLASTIC WAVE