Scientific dissemination in the Instituto Español de Oceanografía (IEO): Best practices in recent years
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AuthorsBesada, V. (Victoria); García-Martínez, M.C. (María del Carmen); Juárez-Hernán, L. (Laura); Lozano-Ordóñez, P. (Pablo); Morillas-Kieffer, A. (Ana); Quintas, P. (Patricia); Reglero, P. (Patricia); Tenreiro-López, U. (Uxía); Velasco, E.M. (Eva María); Valeiras, J. (Julio)
dissemination of marine sciences
science on board
There is a growing interest and obligations to bring the results of scientific research closer to society. In this sense, the Instituto Español de Oceanografía (IEO, CSIC) has acquired in recent years an institutional commitment with the scientific dissemination, carrying out some projects on this topic. The objective of these projects is to visualize and value their research and results in different formats increasing the scientific culture of society that demand and financed most of public research. In the present work four successful initiatives or projects are presented. Diversimar project is a citizen science tool for the observation of the marine and fishing biodiversity of Galicia and the Cantabrian Sea. Mar interior project brings activity of IEO to society with face-to-face conferences and workshops. Planet Tuna project combines science with art through an online platform to enhance the scientific knowledge of tuna and other big pelagics for their sustainability. ...
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