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New Smart System Detects Toxic Waste in the Sea

Researchers from Campus Gandia of the UPV have designed a new smart sensor system that helps detect and delineate toxic waste, oil spills or hydrocarbons in general, in any aquatic environment, whether it is the sea, rivers lakes, etc. and at very low concentrations. As IGIC researcher Jaime Lloret points out, marine pollution is a […]

New Satellite Tagging Project for Loggerhead Turtles

Researchers from Campus Gandia, Valencia University and the Oceanographic, alongside the NGO Xaloc and the Generalitat Valenciana (Valencia Regional Government), are working on a satellite-tagging project to study the behavior, habitat use and survival of loggerhead turtles (Caretta caretta). The loggerhead turtles are being tagged with satellite transmitters to track their movements after being released […]

Travel with “Tortuga Lola”

A group of researchers from the Campus Gandia, under the direction of Eduardo Belda, are taking part in a satellite tagging project studying the behavior, habitat use and survival of captive-bred and rehabilitated loggerhead turtles (Caretta caretta). The study is being carried out in collaboration with the Generalitat Valenciana, the University of Valencia, the Oceanogràfic […]

Using Scientific Echo Sounders to Conduct Census of Turtle Populations

Sonars and echo sounders are commonly used to detect and assess fish stock, as well as for species identification. However, there are very few studies of turtle populations made with these tools, probably due to a lack of commercial interest. Now a team of researchers from the Campus of Gandia and the Oceanogràfic in Valencia are […]

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