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A gathering of ministers, scientists and media celebrated the 5th anniversary of the marine data-collecting ship the Cana on Monday at Beirut's port.The new conference took place on the Cana and celebrated coordination between the Italian Foreign Ministry and the Lebanese government in collecting data along Lebanon's coastline and further out into the Mediterranean Sea. A group of Lebanese scientists and one Italian, specializing in subjects related to marine biology and other maritime sciences, presented data collected over the last five years that focused on topics such as pollution, coastal wildlife, hydrobiology, fishing practices, bottlenose dolphin sightings and others.The scientist collective are also working on mapping wildlife along the Lebanese coast.
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