Blue World Institute of Marine Research and Conservation
The Blue World Institute of Marine Research and Conservation (BWI) works to protect the marine environment in the Adriatic Sea. To that purpose, the Blue World Institute operates three programmes – research, education, and conservation. Their research focuses mainly on large marine vertebrates (dolphins and whales, sea turtles, sharks and giant devil rays) informing their education activities and conservation projects. They work from the Adriatic islands of Lošinj, Murter and Vis, with the local communities, and collaborate nationally, regionally and internationally to advance sustainable marine management and environmental sustainability in the Mediterranean Basin.
Affiliated Marine and Wind Energy Environmental Documents
|Offshore Wind Energy Development and North Atlantic Right Whales
|Silber, G., Dangerfield, A., Smith, J.
|Collision, Habitat Change, Noise
|Marine Mammals, Cetaceans
|Underwater Noise: Sources and Effects on Marine Life
|Rako-Gospić, N., Picciulin, M.
|Fish, Invertebrates, Marine Mammals