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EARTHSYSTEMS 2022 summer course
19.09.2022 - IPMA
The 2022 edition of the EARTHSYSTEMS summer course was held at IPMA Tavira, dedicated to Land-Atmosphere-Ocean interactions in a changing planet - A hands-on approach to Earth System observation and modelling
Students from IST visit RV Mário Ruivo and ROV Luso
19.09.2022 - IPMA
RV Mário Ruivo receives the visit from students from Instituto Superior Técnico
Internship students at NNIO participate in national scientific meetings
04.08.2022 - IPMA
Pedro Martins and Rita Pinheiro presented the results of their work about the ARGO network in the northeast Atlantic at national Scientific Meetings
Students from FCT NOVA visit the research vessel Mário Ruivo
28.07.2022 - IPMA
RV Mário Ruivo receives the visit of postgraduate students in Marine Science, Technology, and Society.
Teacher Training Course – EDUCOAST
18.07.2022 - IPMA
The Research Vessels and Ocean Observatories Group participates in the first Teacher Training Course of the EDUCOAST Project.
Oceanographic campaign BLUEFORESTS 2022
02.06.2022 - IPMA
The BlueForests 2022 campaign, carried out by IPMA onboard the oceanographic ship Mário Ruivo between the 30th of May and the 2nd of June, aimed to collect sediment cores from the sea bottom to study the coastal ecosystems formed by seaweed, seagrasses and saltmarshes are commonly known as blue forests.
EMSO-PT Leg 2 campaign 2022
02.06.2022 - IPMA
The EMSO-PT leg 2 oceanographic campaign was carried out on board RV Mário Ruivo, between 30 May and 02 June 2022, with the aim of deployment three EMSO-PT consortium equipments.
Students from the Naval Engineering and Architecture degree of Instituto Superior Técnico – Lisbon visit the research vessel Mário Ruivo
25.05.2022 - IPMA
RV Mário Ruivo receives the visit of students from the Naval Engineering and Architecture degree in the Instituto Superior Técnico - Lisbon on 24 May 2022.
Oceanographic campaign SAT UHRS 2022-C4G on board RV Diplodus
16.05.2022 - IPMA
The SAT UHRS 2022-C4G campaign’s on board RV Diplodus main aim was to perform the Sea Acceptance Tests (SAT) for the Ultra-High Resolution Seismics (UHRS) equipment acquired in December 2021.