INSTITUTE FOR MARINE BIOLOGICAL RESOURCES
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SEA IN REAL-TIME
Observe the state of the sea in real time through the Institute's network of buoys and seamarks
Marine weather station located in the Port of Ancona.
Weather station located on the roof of the IRBIM headquarters in Ancona
Weather-marine station installed on buoy off the coast of Fano
Meteo-hydrological station located at the mouth of the Arzilla river in the city of Fano (Pesaro)
Station installed at the Lesina Lagoon
Weather station located on the roof of the IRBIM headquarters in Lesina
Marine weather station 200 meters from the coast near the mouth of the Potenza river
Marine weather station installed on a buoy near the artificial barrier of Porto Recanati
Marine weather station 1.5 miles off the coast of Senigallia (Ancona)
16.04.2023 - Messina
PNRR-funded National Biodiversity Center is born
IRBIM CNR Leader of Spoke 2 "Solutions to reverse marine biodiversity loss and manage marine resources sustainably"
16.03.2023 - Ancona
A year of IRBIM CNR in pictures
The video made by Daniel Li Veli and presented at IRBIM DAY 2022 in Rome.
19.11.2022 - Ancona
Design of future IRBIM CNR Headquarters wins award from The Plan magazine
Created by Simone Subissati Architects of Ancona.
26.10.2022 - Ancona
CNR IRBIM at TG2
The report discusses the rising temperatures in the Mediterranean Sea and the arrival of invasive alien species.
25.10.2022 - Messina
IRBIM CNR at Festival della Scienza in Genova
Bioremediation and biosensors: how to save the sea and its biodiversity by drawing inspiration from nature.
17.09.2022 - Ancona
CNR IRBIM video on interactions between cetaceans and professional fishing off the coast of the Marche region
LifeDELFI activities include the involvement of fishery operators in concrete conservation actions aimed at a transition towards a sustainable fishing model.