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Centro de Biologia Molecular e Ambiental

Centre of Molecular and Environmental Biology

Field Station in Quiaios (CRAM-Q)

CRAMCRAM-Q, a close partnership between CBMA, CESAM (Aveiro University) and the Portuguese Wildlife Society headquartered at the CBMA, constitutes one the Portuguese certified centers for recovery of marine animals (mammals, sea birds and sea turtles). CRAM-Q acts as interface between research and stakeholders (fisheries, local authorities and other public institutions), through specialized services and environmental education activities. 

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