THURSDAY – JULY 15TH

Activities will take place at several locations around Israel. Participation in the activities is free but requires pre-registration

01

Haifa – national maritime museum

Registration is closed

02

Haifa – Dado beach 

03

Haifa – the community school, Hachil 14, Bat Galim

04

Haifa – the community school, Hachil 14, Bat Galim

05

Jisr A-Zarka – the fishermen’s village

06

Michmoret – Faculty of Marine Sciences, Ruppin Academic Center

Registration is closed

07

Herzliya – R/V Mediterranean Explorer

Registration is closed

08

Tel Aviv – Magid community Center

09

Ashdod – Dolphin and sea center

10

Jerusalem – The Israel Aquarium

11

Eilat – the Inter-University Institute for Marine Sciences

 

 

Jellyfish (including a tour of the exhibition “Help”)

 

16:00-19:00

 

 

 

 


“Café Trash” – research and art from flotsam

 

17:00-19:00

 

 

 

 


Food from the future – making bread and seaweed pesto with the 11th grade students

Round 1: 10:00-11:30

Round 2: 12:00-14:00

*Up to 15 participants per round

 

Products from the sea –making soap with seaweed with the 10th grade students.

Round 1: 10:00-11:30

Round 2: 12:00-14:00

*Up to 15 participants per round

 

 

Marine Sciences in the 21st century

09:00-11:30

*In Arabic

The spirit of the sea – the many faces of the ocean

 

19:00-22:00

*Minimum 30, maximum 150 participants

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“A meeting of Science and Ship” – on deck of the research vessel Mediterranean Explorer with the equipment and people enabling marine science and education

Round 1: 10:00-11:30

Round 2: 11:00-12:30

*Max 30 people per round.

*The tour will take place at the Herzliya marina, exact location will be sent before the meeting.

 

 

So what is polluting our ocean? Collecting flotsam and a scientific analysis of the results

17:00-19:30

*The activity will take place on the southern shore of the Yarkon river outlet (opposite the Tel Aviv port)

The magical world of marine mammals and their environment

 

18:30-20:00

*Minimum 30


Getting to know the marine environment, including a special “behind the scenes” tour of the aquarium (quarantine, biological safety and veterinary care)

Round 1: 18:30

Round 2: 19:00

Round 3: 19:30

*Each round will be about 2 hours and a quarter.

*Max 15 people per tour

 

Climate change in color + inspiration from the “zoo” in a drop of seawater

17:00-19:00

*The activity will take place at the Inter-university Institute – Almog beach, after the underwater observatory towards Taba.