Community Relations

As part of the center’s goals, it collaborates with various organizations and associations working on the Mediterranean for public education and raising awareness of issues below the Mediterranean Sea.

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Videos on research projects in the Mediterranean Sea in collaboration with the National Maritime Museum and Merci

Exhibited in the “Home Port” exhibition at the National Maritime Museum starting in April 2021
Courtesy of Mr. Hagai Nativ, Dr. Roy Diamant, Dr. Gil Rilov

Views of the Israeli Mediterranean Sea
Photo: Hagai Nativ, Morris Kahn Marine Research Station. Charney School of Marine Sciences, University of Haifa.
The Morris Kahnem station staff conducts long-term ecological research in the Mediterranean. The study surveys various sites around the country, at depths ranging from ten meters to forty-five meters

Implementation of the Marine Monitoring System of the University of Haifa – THEMO

11 km west of Nahariya, sea depth 125 meters.
Sponsored by the University of Haifa and the University of Texas A&M.
The Timo project is managed by the Laboratory of Acoustics and Underwater Navigation, Department of Marine Technologies, Charney School of Marine Sciences, University of Haifa.
The information from the arrays is transmitted in real time using an antenna on the roof of Eshkol Tower at the university and shared freely through the project website

Measuring the ecosystem functions of reef companies using underwater measurement cells. Rilov Laboratory, Exploration of Seas and Lakes for Israel.

Dr. Gil Rilov, a faculty member in the Department of Marine Biology, Charney School of Marine Sciences, University of Haifa and a member of the teaching committee at the center.
This video was filmed and produced by the team of Rilov Laboratory: Dr. Golomb, Martina Moles, Laor Bartel. The study is funded by the European Union as part of the FutureMARES project.