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Scientific Illustrations and Images

Contestants, please submit images of scientific illustrations, e.g. depicting key concepts.  We ask that you provide a title for your entry, and a description to explain the illustration.  Finally, please credit the image appropriately, for example recognizing the source of the depicted concept as well as the creator of the image.  

Viewers may vote (“like”) for their favorites.  In each of the three categories, the author/performer of the entries receiving the most votes will receive a certificate and a discount voucher to Melia hotels in Palma for the face-to-face Aquatic Sciences Meeting to be held in 2023.

The deadline for submission is on the 16th June at 23:59 UTC.  The deadline to vote for your favorites is on the   25th of June at 23:59 UTC.

Please direct inquiries to lgomez-pujol@uib.cat or ealou@socib.es.

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Total votes for the Contest "Scientific Illustrations and Images" : 182

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Take a Sip

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For too long animals like orcas have been exploited by humans and trapped in tanks for money and entertainment, rather than living freely in the ocean where they belong.
Artist: Amani Tolin, Hampton University

Author : Amani Tolin

Green & Blu..

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Illustration depicting Carbon Sequestration through plants in land and phytoplankton in ocean. Dead plants get layered with sediments forming carbon deposits; Dead plankton form Marine Snow sinking to the depths of ocean forming carbon deposits. Zoom in to view the doodle on Carbon Sequestration 🙂

Author : Akshaya TR

The past of sea..

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The sediments under some seagrass meadows are like a time machine that allows us to travel hundreds of years into the past of these extraordinary ecosystems.

Fish Everywhere

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Fish Everywhere

Fateful encount..

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This illustration shows daytimes of shark attacks reported in 2019.
Data source: Shark Attack File
Illustrator: Kathrin Busch

Author : Kathrin Busch

FRIENDLY FISH

Category : Scientific Illustrations and I ..

Friendly fish in the Caribbean sea

Nitrogen in roc..

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Nitrogen is a key nutrient and its availability defines structure and function of ecosystems. In the Arctic, extremely low nitrogen concentration is one of the reasons of the limited productivity across aquatic ecosystems. Could rocks be potential ecologically meaningful sources of nitrogen in Arctic freshwaters?

Sunshine on the..

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The evaporation on the lake surface

Author : Alireza Ghane

Drawing coral r..

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Unstructured meshes are usually used to capture the complex topology of coastal areas but they can also be used to make some cool drawings

Posidonia’s h..

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For the peace we have when diving through the waving posidonia’s hair

Planktòs Pharm..

Category : Scientific Illustrations and I ..

Planktòs Pharmakon is an art installation which presents a marine universe entangled with mythological resonance. The piece is an exploration focused on an autonomous bioreactor of green microalgae nourished by the light of a video projector. Serving as a substitute for the sun, t he video projector allows the phytoplankton to photosynthesize.

Author : Fabrice Lizon

Wanderer

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This might not be any biodiversity known on Earth, but perhaps it bears some vague resemblance to some plankton (sort of, if you squint).

Author : Rebecca Garner

 

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