web sites created by ECOMERS
ID-Bio ID-Bio is an online collaborative project aiming to illustrate by scientific media flora and fauna identification keys and to provide the public with audio guides describing natural and manmade landscapes .
MEDAM This site presents the assessment of the cumulative impact of structures reclaimed from the sea on the French coasts
Projet FOREFISH is the web site of Adrien Cheminée, a former PhD student of ECOMERS. The central aim of his PhD study was to determine the consequences of the decline of macroalgae forests (especially of the genus Cystoseira) on fish populations of Mediterranean rocky.
Aqualung: Scuba diving gears
Association Monégasque pour la Protection de la Nature: Manager of the marine protected areas of Monaco Principality
FishBase: the largest worldwide database on fish
Groupe d'Etude du Mérou: a structure gathering the specialists of the Mediterranean Groupers (Epinephelus spp.)
Peau Bleue: a non-profit association specialized in citizen science
Mer Vivante: a booklet presenting the Mediterranean marine ecology
Fish Watch Forum: marine citizen observatory - European and Mediterranean. Devised and managed by Peau-Bleue and ECOMERS, it aims at collecting and gathering records and observations of Western Europe and Mediterranean marine fish.
David Luquet : http://www.davidluquet.com/
Sophie Fallourd : http://www.pictureaqua.com/
Dominique Horst : http://www.bathymed.net/
Patrick Louisy : http://www.photosous-marine.com/fr/accueil.php
The Science of Marine Protected Areas - Mediterranean Sea - The Partnership for Interdisciplinary Studies of Coastal Oceans (PISCO, USA) and the University of Nice Sophia Antipolis (UNS, France) have produced a booklet summarizing the latest science about MPAs, with an emphasis on the Mediterranean Sea.