Marine pelagic-benthic coupling research

Project hosted by the Institute of Marine Sciences of Barcelona (ICM-CSIC)

Marine pelagic-benthic coupling research

Project hosted by the Institute of Marine Sciences of Barcelona (ICM-CSIC)

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Pelagic-benthic coupling

Refers to the relationships between pelagic (water column) and benthic (sediment column) environments in aquatic systems.

End of the Campaign

Reported by E. Isla; written during the Antarctic Scientific Expedition ECA55 (IDEAL-ICM, EDGE project) during his stay at the “Chilean Antarctic Scientific Base Yelcho”, in March 2019 The end of the expedition arrived! This year, the ship of the Chilean Navy...

Let’s get on with it!

Reported by E. Isla; written during the Antarctic Scientific Expedition ECA55 (IDEAL-ICM, EDGE project) during his stay at the “Chilean Antarctic Scientific Base Yelcho”, in March 2019 Three days later we arrived to Yelcho we left early in the morning with soft wind...

Final destination: Yelcho

Reported by E. Isla; written during the Antarctic Scientific Expedition ECA55 (IDEAL-ICM, EDGE project) during his stay at the “Chilean Antarctic Scientific Base Yelcho”, in March 2019 Final destination Yelcho: 64°51'00.0"S, 63°35'00.0"W. We arrived at Yelcho, the...

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