The CIAC website’s main purpose is to keep the cephalopod research community connected between meetings by providing a platform for current news and information.  The community also keeps in contact through the FASTMOLL email distribution list, to which you can subscribe here, and the CIAC Facebook page.

Many other external websites host excellent repositories of information about specific aspects of cephalopod biology. We recommend the following sources:

European COST Action FA1301 on cephalopod welfare: CephsInAction

The Smithsonian Cephalopod Bibliography is a searchable database of cephalopod references.

There is also a Mendeley group for cephalopod researchers and references, and a CiteULike group for cephalopod research.

A list of masters and doctoral cephalopod theses to 2001.

A list of Recent Cephalopoda Primary Types compiled by Mike Sweeney

Taxonomic information: Tree of Life, Encyclopedia of Life, WORMS, ITIS

Distributional records: OBIS

Cephalopod genome sequencing: Cephalopod Sequencing Consortium (CephSeq)

DNA sequence information: GenBank

Database of active cephalopod researchers: Coming soon on CephBase

Deep-sea Guide from the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI): Cephalopods of the Monterey Canyon

Icelandic Institute of Natural History: Cephalopoda of Iceland

Young Cephalopod Researchers group: Request to join the mailing list or visit the Facebook page

If you’d like to suggest additional resources for inclusion, please use the contact form below.

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