Program for a morning outdoors
1. 9:00 a.m.
Welcome of passengers and introduction to the marine life that we will observe
2. 9:30 a.m.
Visit of the Old Port by the sea, observations of the buildings and the cultural history of the city also fruit of the living.
3. 10:00 a.m.
Leaving the port and observing the first birds
4. 10:30 a.m.
Explanation of other species and marine diversity using educational materials including the curiosity box
5. 11:30 a.m.
Arrival at the port, observation of the plankton under the microscope and filling in the educational notebooks
6. 12:00 p.m.
End of the outing, debrief on the return of the participants, their expectations met, their projections, etc.
Coco, an electric and ecological 100% boat
New electric motorization
We are equipped with a 100% electric motor and we mainly use sailing. We move in a silent and non-polluting way. We installed 2 solar panels. We participate in the collection of floating waste from the Old Port and the harbor of Marseille. Our biodiversity conference is about environmental awareness
Saturday afternoons, book for sharing
We have set up reasonable rates and thought for the inhabitants of Marseille. In comparison with a leisure activity and not an exceptional gift. We have also worked with a local association to welcome its most precarious members. We take part in the Days “Marseille seen from the sea” and nav
The interview with Fanny & Anjelika
Plankton Harvest Route
Launch of a participatory research project in the bay of Marseille
1. What is a planktoscope?
The planktoscope (https://www.planktoscope.org) is the result of an international research project on the collection of data related to plankton. Via a Raspberry Pi4 he coordinates the reception of flows of individuals, photographs, segments them into a multitude of units and recognizes them via the Eco Taxa databases
2. What research are we pursuing?
Characterization of the dynamics of planktonic communities in the Bay of Marseilles How are the communities structured and what are the natural and anthropogenic factors that shape them? What can community structure tell us about the state of the ecosystem?
Presentation of the participatory research project with our partner Natural Solution