One of our aims is to share our results, not only with the scientific community, but also with the citizens. Therfore, we made our results public and here you can access all our publications that result from the different projects that we are conducting at the moment or have conducted since the foundation of the organization, back in 2012.
Every year we publish an anual report detailing the status of the different reearch projects that we are carrying out. You can find them all here:
Technical report 2015 – 2016
The report reviews and analyses the results obtained during the seasons 2015 and 2016, comparing them to the results of the seasons 2013 and 2014 and analysing the project as a whole.
Technical report 2017
The report reviews and analyzes the data obtained during the year 2017, comparing them with the seasons 2013 to 2016 and making a global analysis of the Photo-identification project.
Technical report 2018
The report reviews and analyzes the data obtained during the year 2018, comparing them with the seasons 2013 to 2017 and making a global analysis of the Photo-identification project.
Technical report 2019
The report reviews and analyzes the results of the different research projects during the 2019 season.
The project Photo-Identification: Whales and dolphins along the Catalan coast is supported by the Spanish Ministry for Ecological Transition and the Demographic Challenge.
PÒSTERS AND TALKS
We have shared the results from our studies with the scientifica community in different international conferences.
Oriol Giralt, Montse Valls, Vicki Miller, Bárbara Roldán, Oscar Valiente, Cristian Ramallo, Mireia Fernandez and Blai Ruiz
Short talk held in the international conference of the UK and Ireland Regional Student Chapter of the Marine Mammal Society, held in Saint Andrews (Escòcia, UK) in January 2016. The talk analyses the spatial distribution of four cetacean species in relation to the depth of the seafloor.
Maria Serrano, Montse Valls and Ricard Marcos
Poster presented at the international conference of the European Cetacean Society held in La Spezia (Italy) in March 2018. The poster analyses the spatial distribution of four cetacean species in relation to the depth of the seafloor.
Ricard Marcos Ayala, Oriol Giralt Paradell and Eva Rizo Gómez
Poster presented at the national conference of the Sociedad Española de Cetáceos held in Bilbao in October 2018. The poster analyses the bottlenose dolphins sighted and resighted off the central Catalan between 2014 and 2017.
Ricard Marcos Ayala, Oriol Giralt Paradell, Eva Rizo and Abraham Mas
Poster presented at the first world conference of the Marine Mammal Society and the European Cetacean Society held in Barcelona in December 2019. The poster analyses the environmental factors, especially the presence of underwater canions, that influence the distribution of different species of cetaceans.