Researchers share results from Save Posidonia Project’s premier winner, ‘Antroposi’

cartell 2021 antroposiThe Formentera offices of tourism and environment report that architects of an effort to study the direct impact of drainage pipes, watercraft and human activity on posidonia meadows in the Anthropocene will share their findings in a 6.30pm YouTube presentation on Wednesday 10 March. Researchers in the Imedea-backed “Antroposi” project walked away with €83,822 in funding after beating out the competition in the inaugural edition of the Consell de Formentera’s Save Posidonia Project. For more than a year, researchers looked at various segments of Formentera’s surrounding seafloor in a bid to deepen understanding of how the more high impact human activities like sewage discharge and boats dropping anchors and navigating above meadows of Posidonia oceanica seagrass. Imedea researcher Iris Hendricks will lead the presentation.

5 March 2021
Communications Department
Consell de Formentera