We are pleased to announce that Areeba Moiz, a student of the International Master of Marine Biological Resources (IMBRSEA), successfully defended her thesis at the Annual Symposium of the International Master of Marine Biological Resources (IMBRSEA) organized by Ghent University and the University of Algarve in Faro, Portugal.
The thesis, "Analyzing bottlenose dolphin whistle structures in the Tyrrhenian Sea, in relation to various geographic and socio-behavioral aspects, is based on data collected by Oceanomare Delphis.
His research delved into the acoustics, communications, and behaviors of dolphins to understand the group dynamics and social structures of the bottlenose dolphin population of Ischia. The results are valuable in developing and updating conservation strategies for the species in the Kingdom of Neptune MPA.
Thank you to the thesis advisor Bruno Cozzi and co-supervisors Marco Bonato and Barbara Mussi for their support.