SCS - Swiss Cetacean Society 4+

Cedric Rolland

Designed for iPad

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Description

The Swiss Cetacean Society - SCS is a non-profit environmental organization dedicated to the conservation of oceans and threatened marine species since 1977.

The Swiss Cetacean Society - SCS, or Swiss Society for the Study and Protection of Cetaceans, is a non-profit environmental organization dedicated to the conservation of oceans and endangered marine species.

The SCS is convinced that the implementation of effective conservation measures begins with a better scientific knowledge of the species in their natural environment. This principle is applied through its logistical missions at sea for environmental scientific research, its courses in marine biology, its ecology camps at sea and a scientific popularization of quality.

Founded in 1997, SCS has extensive experience in field logistics for the protection of the seas and oceans. It has thus become one of the main suppliers of ketological data in the north-western Mediterranean, as well as a recognized partner of Monaco's environmental institutions (CIESM, ACCOBAMS, RAMOGE).

In addition, SCS is a Member of IUCN, an ACCOBAMS' Partner, a partner of Tethys Research Institute, a member of the World Cetacean Alliance (WCA), a partner of Longitude 181 Nature and has been named Champion of the Earth (by Earth Champions Foundation).

The SCS application allows you to learn about different species of cetaceans.

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What’s New

Version 1.1

- Tap on the animal image to enlarge it
- Sort the list by name, latin name or size
- Small bug fixes

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