GoJelly bloomed at the 6th International jellyfish blooms symposium
6. 11. 2019
GoJelly was well represented during the 6th International jellyfish blooms symposium, which was held between 4-6.11.2019 in South Africa.
The following GoJelliers contribute to the symposium:
|Oral presentations_Jellyfish Blooms Symposium|
|04.11.19||Hila Dror, UH Israel||Jellyfish mucus as a means to combat plastic pollution?|
|05.11.19||Nicole Aberle, NTNU Norway||Backtracking a bloom: Where to find the scyphopolyps?|
|06.11.19||Rachel Tiller, SINTEF Norway||Pest and Plague or Valuable resource and opportunities: Stakeholder perceptions of Jellyfish across Europe|
|06.11.19||Dror Angel, UH Israel||How do we quantify the abundances of something as elusive as jellyfish?
|Ina Stoltenberg, GEOMAR Germany||Jellyfish-fish interactions in changing oceans|
|Sonia Goueroun, ARDITI Portugal||Patterns and trends in jellyfish diversity in the Macaronesia region|
In addition, Jamileh Javidpour, SDU Denmark, GoJelly project coordinator, introduced to the Jellyfish Institutes’ performance during the opening event on Sunday (03.11.19) and Rachel and Jamileh will act as session chairs tomorrow during the ‘Human-Jellyfish Nexus’ session.