Institute of Oceanography and Fisheries

the sea plays a key role in climate regulation and mitigation of harmful effects of climate change.

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News

Events
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June 20, 2024
Melita Peharda Uljević has been elected as an associate member of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts
Istraživački rad
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June 19, 2024
An important work by Italian scientists on yelkouan shearwater was published in the new issue of our journal ACTA ADRIATICA
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June 18, 2024
The TREC expedition successfully finished it’s Croatians segment
Project
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June 15, 2024
Establishing a joint monitoring system for non-indigenous species through the ALIENA project
Project
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June 15, 2024
FishNoWaste – developing common policies and recommendations for waste management in fishing ports

The Institute of Oceanography and Fisheries is the first national scientific institution dedicated to marine research.

The scientific activity of the Institute has been multidisciplinary from the beginning, encompassing biological, chemical and physical oceanography as well as sedimentology, fishery and mariculture.

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Projects

The Institute implements a large number of national and international projects.

Eukaryotic plankton in the pelagic system – biodiversity, biotoxicity and environmental impact
Climate change impact on open and coastal regions of the central Adriatic Sea (KLIMADRIA)
Coastal fish (and other marine organisms) communities: status, challenges and pressures (PRIMOS)
Microorganisms as Indicators of the State and Changes in the Marine Environment (MICROS)