Prof. Alan Deidun from the Department of Geosciences of the University’s Faculty of Science recently took part in the week-long 51st European Marine Biology Symposium in Rhodes.
He delivered a presentation on the expansion of the range of a number of fish species in the Mediterranean. He also presented a poster on the history of sponge fishing in the central Mediterranean.
The symposium is one of the largest European gatherings of marine biologists The main themes discussed included marine bio-invasions, transitional waters, indicators and climate change.
Alan Deidun’s column is not appearing this week.
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