Things we do in CIMA

Things we do in CIMA

From CIMA (Centro de Investigaciones Medioambientales del Atlántico, S.L.) (Atlantic Environmental Research Center), we want to show you what we do in and out our offices.


On this page you can find a series of small videos called "Things we do in CIMA", which will help us to explain what we do and how we do it. All this to approach the world of marine biology and oceanography.


These videos will cover different activities, works, projects, etc. which we carry out in the company. We will try to be as varied as possible, so that we can approach our day to day in a truthful and reliable way.


The idea is, of course, to reach as many people as possible. For this we have prepared different releases that can be shared from different media and social networks. On this page you can find the versions shared on Youtube. On our Facebook page and Instagram you may find the same videos, but adapted, so sharing them is much easier.


Don´t worry, if you want to share videos via WhatsApp: each video we upload will be followed with a link to lower weight release to download and share from your phone.



- Presenting "Things we do in CIMA". Download to share by WhatsApp (3.3Mb). To download the video from the phone click the link. If you are asked, choose to open the video with the browser and, once opened, keep your finger on it until you get a poster of this style: "Save Video". From now on, you only have to share, share and share!




- "Things we do in CIMA" #1: We separate organisms from our last benthic sample (obtained from seabed) with a "triado" (separation into three different groups). In this case, we are going to separate Molluscs: animals with shell, such as snail (note that cephalopods are also molluscs, moat of them have an internal shell called "Cuttlebone"); we will also separate Annelids or Polychaetes: segmented body worms (this is a huge phylum in which more than 16.700 species have been described, including polychaete marine worms, earthworms and leeches); finally, we will separate Crustaceans: animals with exoskeleton, such as crabs (crustaceans are a large subphylum of arthropods with more than 67.000 species, including several groups of animals such as lobsters, crabs, prawns and barnacles).
Download to share by WhatsApp (4.6Mb).Remember, to download the video from the phone, click the link. If you are asked, choose to open the video with the browser and, once opened, keep your finger on it until you get a poster of this style: "Save Video". From now on, you only have to share, share and share!