A new species for the fauna of Cyprus has been recently reported by Enalia Physis and collaborators from Cyprus, Greece and Italy. The Notostacan species Triops cancriformis was recorded in Paralimni Lake, a temporary brackish lake, in 2013. T. cancriformis is considered a living fossil, since scientific reports date the species back to the Jurassic period (approximately 180 million [...]
Enalia Physis was founded by people who shared the same passion for the environment and were guided by the same vision: to conduct and promote environmental research in marine, freshwater and terrestrial ecosystems and to encourage and enhance education and ecological awareness of the general public. Enalia Physis members are still serving these purposes and the scientific work that has been [...]
See Antonis Petrou's presentation for Zenobia Week: Download it here.
UPDATE: Antonis Petrou's presentation is viewable here. If you are lucky enough to be a diver then you definitely know all about the Zenobia wreck and its marine life! But if you consider yourself a future diver or a sea lover, here you will find a short feedback regarding this magnificent huge wreck. You can [...]
On the 11th of February 2014 Enalia Physis gave a tour to high school students to a fish hatchery and taught them through the Telia Aquamarine Ltd hatchery procedures. [slideshow_deploy id='1003']
Enalia Physis member Antonis Petrou gave a talk about the state of diving tourism as part of the EU's Blue Growth Initiative, at an event organised by the Mayor of Larnaca, Europe Direct (Larnaca), and the EU Representation in Cyprus. Slides are below (Greek only).
Enalia Physis is having its annual meeting of the board and members on Friday 29th November at the offices in Nicosia. The Board will meet at 14:00 followed by the meeting of all members and friends at 16:00. Summaries of activities in 2013 will be presented at a round-table presentation. Visitors interested in becoming members [...]
Ayioi Omologites Primary School - The ecosystem of Pedieos river in Lefkosia Collaboration between Enalia Physis member Iakovos Tziotzis and the Water Development Department of the Cyprus Government. For more information: WDD website. All pictures copyright WDD. [slideshow gallery_id="2"]
Enalia Physis member Marc Srour is giving this lecture on human evolution, beginning with the origin of great apes, and then jumping to the mess of fossils that tell us the story of the past 6 million years of evolution that eventually led to the modern humans, and how climate allowed the modern human to [...]
A repeat of Enalia Physis's successful 6-part lecture series from April 2011, this time compressed into a single one hour lecture going from the origin of life through to the origin of animals, then onto the colonisation of land, through the first insects, dinosaurs, their extinction, then the rise of mammals, and finally ending in [...]