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One of the world’s most threatened ecosystems

One of the world’s most threatened ecosystems

The endemic Brazilian deep kelp L. abyssalis is strongly associated with communities dominated by free-living calcareous algae which develop in the form of nodules, called rhodolith beds. These rich ecosystems are in danger of disappearing.

From Brazil to Austria

From Brazil to Austria

It is super exciting to see our project RESTORESEAS showcased in the new Brazil exhibition at the Natural History Museum Vienna! This exhibition explores 200 years of historical relationships between Brazil and Austria

Kick-Off Meeting

Kick-Off Meeting

On 12-13 April 2022 RESTORESEAS had its first general meeting. In this kick-off meeting, led by coordinator Prof. Ester Serrao, we put the wheel in motion to start the work proposed in each of our work packages. The meeting was attended by all 13 international partner.

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