THE AQUARIUM in Varna is a center for raising awareness about the diversity and specificity of the Black Sea flora and fauna. The live exposition of Aquarium - Varna includes many typical Black Sea fish species, as well as freshwater and exotic fish species. The exhibition halls display collections of shellfish and preserved fish and reptiles from different parts of the world's oceans. Information on the hydrobiological and hydrochemical characteristics of the Black Sea, as well as on the main elements of the marine food chain is presented. Recently, the collection has been enriched with diaphonized objects - fish, reptiles and invertebrates, colored by a special technique that allows clear tracking of the internal structure of organisms.

The aquarium is part of the Institute of Fish Resources - Varna (IFR), at the Agricultural Academy (SAA, Sofia). The institute has a rich library, with more than 30,000 books, textbooks and periodicals in the field of marine biology, hydrochemistry, oceanography, ichthyology, fisheries and fish industry, mariculture, aquaristics and more. The library keeps unique books and maps from the 19th century. 

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TIMMOD Promoting Technology Innovation in environmental monitoring and modelling for assessment of fish stock and non-fish resources 2020-2022 

Study of the quantity and distribution of Rapana venosa within the BlackSea4Fish project

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2nd Cross-border thematic meeting under the TIMMOD project, April 2021

 

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WHITECLAM Research of sand (white) clams and new management proposals, Maritime and Fisheries Program, 2019-2021  20200812 193440

IFR-Varna participated in a meeting on priority species GFCM, FAO

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WHITECLAM'2021 International Conference, October 2021

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ECRAMON ECRAMON – Increasing the research and management capacity of marine non-fish resources in the Black Sea 2016-2017

About the white clam, interview with assoc prof. PhD Elitsa Petrova

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