Discover what we found during the last expedition 2019

July 19, 2019

We set sails for 7 days to explore the remote coasts and fjords in Iceland to study the ocean´s health and get the inspiration to develop a full citizen science program for next expedition in 2020. 

We made this report to show people what we found and to present formally the results that came out from our research work on board Schooner Opal.

Among other things, in the report you can read about plastic science, whale research, bird surveys and pollution impacts on the coastline and seas.

A beautiful story to learn and spread

Enjoy it 🙂

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