Skip to main content

The Waddenacademie founded the Young Wadden Academy (YWA) in 2016 to encourage young researchers to focus their energies on the Wadden Region.

Read more

he EU Interreg North Sea Region project SalFar will organise a scientific conference “Saline Futures: Addressing Climate Change and Food Security”.…

Read more

Amsterdam University Press released the book: 'Waddenland Outstanding; History, Landscape and Cultural Heritage of the Wadden Sea Region'. Editors are…

Read more

The amount of food in the Wadden Sea determines whether or not bar-tailed godwits will make it to their Siberian breeding grounds and back alive. In…

Read more

Featured

SALFAR Conference “Saline Futures: Addressing Climate Change and Food Security” 10-13 September 2019, Leeuwarden, the Netherlands

Read more

Short report and presentations of the theme-day May 17 in Leeuwarden

Read more

Building Safety with Nature. Salt Marshes for Flood Risk Reduction

Read more

Sea-level rise, subsidence and morphodynamics in the Dutch Wadden Sea; 2030, 2050, 2100

Read more

Developed by the scientific community from Denmark, Germany and the Netherlands

Read more

Research about knowledge uncertainties in nature conservation

Read more

Thesis Lies Leewis about sandy beach ecosystem functioning after human activities

Read more

16th Islands of the World Conference 2018. 10–14 June 2018 Leeuwarden - Terschelling The Netherlands

Read more

Publications

View the latest publications of the Waddenacademie in English

Editors: Linde Egberts and Meindert Schroor

In december 2016 the Waddenacademie — together with the German Nordfriisk Instituut (in Bredstedt) and…

Read more

The Waddenacademie and Programma naar een Rijke Waddenzee asked prof.dr. Bert Vermeersen (NIOZ/TUD): Sea level rise; prof.dr. Peter Fokker (TNO):…

Read more

Publication 2018-01

Authors: Frans Sijtsma and Stefan Hartman

In order to provide the discussion on sustainable tourism in the Wadden Sea Region with…

Read more

The Trilateral Research Agenda was developed by the scientific community from Denmark, Germany and the Netherlands in a joint effort for identifying…

Read more