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Coral regeneration is slower under ocean acidification conditions

Rael Horwitz and Maoz Fine - Bar Ilan University and The Interuniversity Institute of Eilat

Two relatively rare jelly fish species were observed during the last few weeks in the northern Gulf of Eilat : The graceful purple Scyphomedusa Tysanostoma loriferum and the transparent, but wicked, box jelly fish Carybdea alata. While these observations are typical of September, only few specimens are sighted annually, suggesting that they are being carried by the currents from southern regions of the Red Sea to our area.
Photo : Maoz Fine

Benthic response to removal of fish cages

Shai Oron, Dror Angel, Beverly Goodman-Tchernov, Gily Merkado, Moshe Kiflawi, Sigal Abramovich
Ben Gurion University of the Negev, The Interuniversity Institute of Eilat, University of Haifa

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The Israel National Monitoring Program at the Gulf of Eilat - Available Data

All the data collected by the NMP is available for public download and use

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Visit of delegation from Dalhousie University, Canada to The Interuniversity Institute of Eilat

The Schulich Foundation established a fund to support joint collaborative activities between marine scientists and researchers from Israel and Dalhousie University, Canada. This initiative will be supported during 2014-2017.

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