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BACK LIVE AFTER THE BIG STORM
During the Fall a big storm hit the coast bringing devastation all over the Ligurian coastline. Waves up to 10 mt @ 12 sec were recorded from oceanographic buoys, with a strong wind up to 180 km/h. It was something hard to describe, it was unbelievable, especially for the Mediterranean sea.
The biospheres lasted, but we reported big demages losing plants, technology and cables. The facility on land got destroyed. We are now working hard, below and above the water to re-establish the Nemo's Garden.
We are now happy to inform you we've just restored the LIVE STREAMING. You will be able to follow again the uw operations planned for the next months, either through the website or on our Youtube channel at this link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCWVyZmVpBnGRxHXKgFjcOQ/live
Enjoy.

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BIOSPHERES

The structure

Our underwater farm is composed of 6 air-filled clear plastic pods, anchored to the bottom of the sea by ropes, chains and weights screws, just off the coast of Noli, Italy.
These acrylic structures, resembling large balloons, float at different depths, between 15 and 36 feet below the surface of the water.

2000
liters

AIR VOLUME EACH BIOSPHERE

The structure

Our underwater farm is composed of 6 air-filled clear plastic pods, anchored to the bottom of the sea by ropes, chains and weights screws, just off the coast of Noli, Italy.
These acrylic structures, resembling large balloons, float at different depths, between 15 and 36 feet below the surface of the water.

24/7

MONITORING SYSTEM

The structure

Our underwater farm is composed of 6 air-filled clear plastic pods, anchored to the bottom of the sea by ropes, chains and weights screws, just off the coast of Noli, Italy.
These acrylic structures, resembling large balloons, float at different depths, between 15 and 36 feet below the surface of the water.

Over
90

SEEDBEDS EACH BIOSPHERE

The structure

Our underwater farm is composed of 6 air-filled clear plastic pods, anchored to the bottom of the sea by ropes, chains and weights screws, just off the coast of Noli, Italy.
These acrylic structures, resembling large balloons, float at different depths, between 15 and 36 feet below the surface of the water.

The science
behind

Agriculture represents 70% of freshwater use worldwide: water management is needed in most regions of the world where rainfall is insufficient or variable. Increasing pressure is being placed on water resources by industry and urban areas, meaning that water scarcity is increasing and agriculture is facing the challenge of producing food with reduced water resources.
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