WORKSHOP – Estrategias para la observación sostenible de cetáceos y especialización inteligente del Turismo en Canarias”, Tenerife
The workshop organized by the University of La Laguna aimed to offer solutions in order to optimise cetacean detection through acoustic methods and web applications. In addition, it expected to diversify the whale-watching experience in the Canary Islands through cetacean observation from coast and, in turn, set up interpretation spaces. Finally, it intended to assess the impact of this watching activity on cetaceans and their habitat.
On this occasion, the Soclimpact project, represented by its partner Andreia Sousa from FCiencias.ID, delivered a presentation on the impacts of climate change for whale watching in Tenerife. The presentation addressed the key elements for whale watching, the climate scenarios and projections for the Canary Islands and the narratives for the activity in Tenerife.
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