New immersion following the extension of the Marineff project!

Latest news!

The new moorings of the Marineff project have been immersed on the BecFer site by the MNHN in Dinard.

Indeed, the extension of the MARINEFF project has not only allowed us to add 14 months of environmental monitoring but also to add two more experimental sites in the bay of Dinard.

These last moorings, like the previous ones, were produced by ESITC Caen last June, and were immersed by MNHN Dinard on 11 July 2022.

Marineff International Conference

ESITC Caen, lead of the European Project MARINEFF, and its partners participated in the Marineff International Conference, being held in Caen (Normandy, France) from 3rd to 5th May 2022.

This conference, as a part of the MARINEFF project, gathered researchers, representatives from industry and other stakeholders to highlight research and case studies about the ecological maritime infrastructures, from construction materials, design to marine biodiversity.

This event allowed all the participants to have a convivial time despite adjournments.

International conference – 3rd to 5th of May

You have all been waiting for it, for months it has been postponed, the international conference MARINEFF will take place from May 3rd to May 5th. ESITC Caen will welcome you during these 2 days of conferences around the thematics in eco-engineering and marine environment and biodiversity.

Happy new year

The MARINEFF project team wishes you a happy new year 2022.

Ecostructure event

Webinar on 4 November 2021 on enhancing biodiversity via artificial marine structures.

New award for the MARINEFF project

The Marineff project received a top award at the CIRIA Biodiversity Interest Group (BIG) Biodiversity Challenge Awards.

Steering Committee n°7

Feedback on the Steering Committee 7 of the MARINEFF project.

Nesting of a Crenilabra Melops on the submerged modules at Bernières-sur-Mer

Observation of a nesting on the dike modules at Bernières-sur-Mer.

Environmental monitoring of modules in Bernières-sur-Mer

The environmental monitoring phase of all the modules is ongoing!

Creation of participatory science protocoles

Our partner the National Museum of Natural History (MNNH) has created 2 participatory science protocols.