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Mytigal - Biological and environmental risks for the cultivation of Mytilus galloprovincialis within climate change scenario

Mytigal - Biological and environmental risks for the cultivation of<em> Mytilus galloprovincialis</em> within climate change scenario

This project focus on the effects of climate changes on the economically important mussel farming industry in Galicia, Spain. It will monitor the eco-physiological and metabolic responses of cultivated mussels as new competitor species arise and as the environment experiences physical and chemical alterations, thus determining the economic impact for growing mussels in a context of climate change.

Team
Principal Investigator
Researchers
Fernando Pádua Silva e Lima

Fernando Pádua Silva e Lima

Position: Auxiliary Researcher
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Rui Seabra

Rui Seabra

Position: Post-Doc Researcher
Group:
MarChange
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Other members
José Manuel Fernández Babarro (PI)
State
Ongoing
Proponent Institution
Instituto de Investigaciones Marinas de Vigo, CSIC (Vigo, Spain)
Funded by
SG de Proyectos de Investigación (Spanish Government)
Dates
2015 (Duration: 2 years)
Participant Institutions
Instituto de Ciências e Tecnologias Agrárias e Agro-Alimentares - Porto (ICETA-Porto/UP)
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