Check out our latest video on how we assessed blue carbon in Madeira rhodolith beds.
The M3C project established a formal agreement with the Funchal Natural History Museum, envisaging the incorporation of the project’s biodiversity samples in the Museum’s permanent collections. This agreement is a guarantee that the outcomes of the M3C project will be permanently available to science and to the general public, thus representing a significant societal contribution.
The M3C project and the Forests and Nature Conservation Institute (IFCN/IP-RAM, the public agency responsible for the management of Marine Protected Areas in Madeira), signed a collaboration protocol aimed at insuring the continued use of the project’s outputs in the managements and conservation of marine habitats in the archipelago.
M3C Project Goals • Mapping of the rhodolith (maërl) beds in Madeira archipelago• Biodiversity evaluation• Blue Carbon assessment Objetivos do projeto M3C • Mapeamento dos campos de rodólitos no arquipélago da Madeira• Avaliação da biodiversidade associada• Quantificação do carbono azul About Life4Best The LIFE4BEST Programme (hereafter LIFE4BEST) continues the EU BEST Initiative. LIFE4BEST provides …
The M3C team has just completed a detailed DropCam survey of the subtidal habitats of Porto Santo. Check out how the whole thing happened!
The M3C team set out to explore the newly found rhodolith beds of Cabo Girão. Have a look at the amazing biodiversity we found!
Fresh news from the M3C project on rhodolith mapping https://www.dnoticias.pt/2021/7/28/270921-estudo-pioneiro-sobre-habitat-marinho-na-madeira-publicado-em-revista-cientifica-internacional/