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The deadline for abstract submission is 30 September 2020

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From 24 until 26 september 2019 the international conference: “SWIMWAYs: Understanding connectivity within the life cycles of coastal fish” took place…

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ECSA’s next major symposium, ECSA 58 - EMECS 13: Estuaries and coastal seas in the Anthropocene – Structure, functions, services and management,…

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On 15 September 2019 Bernard Baerends took up his post as the new Executive Secretary to the Common Wadden Sea Secretariat (CWSS) in Wilhelmshaven

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Featured

Thesis Mare Anne de Wit about the viability of saline farming of quinoa and seed pototoes in the Netherlands

 

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The Master thesis of Anne Hilarides is added to our overview of wadden related theses

 

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Washover inundation and barrier island accretion

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Beach-dune systems near inlets - linking subtidal and subaerial morphodynamics

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An assessment of present day and future sea level rise at the Dutch coast

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Climate change effects on Wadden Sea birds along the East Atlantic flyway

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Lost in transmission: Unravelling the mechanisms of parasite removal by non-hosts

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Hydrodynamics and crossshore sand transport during barrier island inundation

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Publications

View the latest publications of the Waddenacademie in English

Report on request of the Programme towards a Rich Wadden Sea to compile a brief guidance document to reveal some outstanding topics concerning…

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The Programme Towards a Rich Wadden Sea (PRW) asked the Waddenacademie to carry out a literature review and, on that basis, assess what climate change…

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Editors: Linde Egberts and Meindert Schroor

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

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

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