[MARMAM] Dolphin research courses in Slovenia
tilen.genov at gmail.com
Sat May 1 12:44:03 PDT 2010
Dear list members,
apologies for cross-posting.
Summer Dolphin Research Courses in Slovenia
Morigenos – marine mammal research and conservation society is organizing
Summer Dolphin Research Camps in July, August and September 2010, where you
can assist in the research programme of the Slovenian Dolphin Project.
Morigenos is an independent, non-profit and non-governmental organization,
dedicated to the research and protection of cetaceans (whales, dolphins and
porpoises) and conservation of the marine environment.
More information on Morigenos can be found at www.morigenos.org. The list of
scientific publications by Morigenos can be seen at
Slovenian Dolphin Project is a long-term research, monitoring and
conservation programme, focusing on bottlenose dolphins (*Tursiops truncatus
*) in Slovenian and adjacent waters (north Adriatic) since 2002. Research
activities focus on dolphin distribution, abundance, social structure,
habitat use, feeding habits, fishery interactions and tourism impact.
Summer Dolphin Research Camps offer interested people to join Morigenos team
for 10 days and participate in research activities. This includes boat
surveys, land watches, theodolite tracking, photo-identification,
behavioural observations, lectures and training. Food and accommodation are
provided at Morigenos research base. Anyone above the age of 16 can
participate, regardless of nationality or field of expertise. No previous
experience is required.
Apart from research activities, the participants share everyday duties and
chores with the team members.
Detailed information on Summer Dolphin Research Camps can be found at
There is no selection. Applications are treated on a "first-come,
Please send an e-mail to morigenos at morigenos.org for registration, preferred
dates and possible questions.
Morigenos - marine mammal research
and conservation society
Jarska cesta 36/a
morigenos at morigenos.org
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