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18.05.2022

Webinar: Results of the Trilateral Wadden Sea Visitor Survey 2020/21

Online

3rd March, 2022

Kick-off for SHIRE project on Wadden Sea fish history

What did the fish community in the Wadden Sea look like in historic times? What were drivers of change? These questions will be addressed in this project.

19th January, 2022

Simultaneous waterbird counts along the East Atlantic Flyway presently conducted

During the January weekends, you will dedicated ornithologists along the coastline of the East Atlantic Flyway, counting the waterbirds present in their specific area.

8th December, 2021

UNESCO stelt vragen over gasboringen onder Nederlandse Waddenzee

UNESCO heeft een brief gestuurd aan de Nederlandse regering met een verzoek om informatie met betrekking tot de voorgenomen gaswinning Ternaard en de aanlanding van Wind op Zee ten noorden van de Wadden.

19th November, 2021

UNESCO calls for substantial investment in science to protect marine World Heritage against climate impact

A new report, Ocean Science Roadmap for UNESCO Marine World Heritage, reveals that three quarters of marine World Heritage sites are unprepared for the impacts of climate change, because of a lack of scientific knowledge.

2nd December, 2021

Forskere vurderer, at Vadehavet er i alvorlig fare på grund af klimaforandringer

Verdensarv Vadehavets internationale videnskabelige symposium formulerer anbefalinger om beskyttelse af økosystemet og biodiversiteten.

26th November, 2021

Expert Group Salt Marshes and Dunes sights Marconi salt marshes

During their last meeting in October 2021, the members of the Expert Group Salt Marshes and Dunes visited the Marconi salt marshes, a salt marsh development project by Bioshape in the Netherlands.

1st November, 2021

Harbour seal population size in the Wadden Sea plateaus close to the level it was in 1900

Thirty years after the implementation of the Wadden Sea Seal Agreement, the population of harbour seals in the Wadden Sea, has increased five-fold and is assumed to have reached the same level as estimated in 1900.

10th November, 2021

Bird influenza among migratory birds on the rise in the Wadden Sea

Since October, multiple cases of bird flu have been reported in the Wadden Sea. Denmark, Germany, and the Netherlands all confirmed that the highly pathogenic bird flu virus HPAI has been identified in dead migratory birds found within the Wadden Sea.