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[Translate to english:] Koeien en schapen grazen op de kwelder bij de Punt van Reide. Foto: Waddenacademie.

Increasing grazing pressures threaten grasslands on a global scale. Therefore, it is important to understand the impact of grazers on the functioning…

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[Translate to english:] Cover rapport

It is clear that fish populations have declined in the Wadden Sea since the 1980’s.

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[Translate to english:] Banner WSRC

NIOZ has collected all her knowledge on Wadden systems around the world in a brand new Wadden Systems Research Centre.

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[Translate to english:] Eems-Dollard geulen vanuit de lucht. Foto: beeldbank RWS-Joop van Houdt.

Two articles on the Ems-Dollard area have been published in open access, thanks to a temporary fund of the Waddenacademie in order to stimulate…

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[Translate to english:] sheet presentatie Jouke van Dijk

Last week Jouke van Dijk presented the paper "Options for socio-economic developments in the trilateral Wadden area" at the WRSA (Western Regional…

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[Translate to english:] thumb fish conference

On June 22-24, 2015, the 5th Fish Passage Conference will be held for the first time in Europe, in the city of Groningen, The Netherlands. Hundreds of…

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[Translate to english:] Grutto. Foto: Rosemarie Kentie.

Meadows where godwits breed should only be mown after 1 July. This would be the most effective measure to call a halt to the continual decline in…

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[Translate to english:] Sjoerd Duijns.

Even though the number of bar-tailed godwits in the Dutch Wadden Sea has been on the increase since 1990, their numbers have been substantially…

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[Translate to english:] logo Euocean 2014

Today, the Rome Declaration was presented at the EurOCEAN 2014 conference, an official event of the Italian EU Presidency.

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[Translate to english:] Kwelders van Schiermonnikoog vanuit de lucht. Fofo: Joop van Houdt, beeldbank RWS.

On October 8 Jantsje van Loon will defend her PhD thesis at Wageningen University.

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