The second Summer School was held in Tunis, and was mainly devoted to strategies for data collection. Colleagues of the Tunisians research institutions have also presented some of their research, and in the sequence of videos published on this page, these relations are at the beginning.
The following videos are interviews with various project partners, describing the key aspects and issues related to data collection and the construction of models that are able to predict the presence of Ostreopsis in the Mediterranean and the phases of the algae bloom.
Photo 1. The group of summer school visit the Bardo Museum
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- A welcome from Hechmi Missaoui, General Manager of INSTM and legal representative of the M3-HABs project, to the opening session of the Summer School.
- Cherif Sammari, Professor at INSTM, presents the activities of the National Institute of Marine Sciences and Technologies/Marine Environment Laboratory. Here you will find all the slides related to this video!
- Béchir Bejaoui, INSTM – National Institute of Marine Sciences and Technologies, describes the numerical modelling of some Tunisian ecosystems: the Bizerte lagoon and the Gulf of Gabès. Here you will find all the slides related to this video: PART.1 and PART.2
- Stefano Accoroni, CoNISMa, Università Politecnica delle Marche, describes a conceptual model of annual Ostreopsis cf. ovata blooms in the northern Adriatic Sea. HERE you will find all the slides related to this video!
- Valentina Asnaghi, Coordinator of the project M3-HABs, Genoa University, relates about the progress of the project in May 2015.
- Andrea Pedroncini, Maritime Sector Manager for DHI Italy, explains the importance that the data from the various coastal areas of the Mediterranean are homogeneous, in terms of quality and quantity.
- Ennio Ottaviani, Scientific supervisor of On Air SRL, explains how from data is possible to reach their interpretation.
- Luisa Mangialajo, Sophia Antipolis University, Nice, presents a device used in a collection of samples with uniform criteria.
- The Summer School was attended by several Tunisian and Lebanese university students!