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17.05.2019

Theme-day Morphodynamics of the Wadden Sea

On May 17, the first NCK-theme day about "Morphodynamics of the Wadden Sea: recent research and future challenges" will be held in Leeuwarden.
 

25th February, 2019

Overeenstemming over maatregelen opruimen overboord geslagen lading MSC Zoe

De betrokken partijen in het Waddengebied hebben opnieuw gezamenlijk maatregelen afgesproken voor het opruimen van de (nog niet) aangespoelde lading uit de overboord geslagen containers.

27th February, 2019

New Ecosystem on trend of waterbirds in the Wadden Sea published

The most recent publication of the Wadden Sea Ecosystem series reports on the trends of migratory and wintering waterbird in the Wadden Sea.

8th January, 2019

Tuesday storm halts clean-up efforts of lost containers

For the past week, the relevant authorities as well as countless volunteers have worked at retrieving the cargo lost by container ship Zoe in the North Sea off the Dutch and German island of Borkum on the night of 1-2 January.

16th November, 2018

Marine UNESCO-Welterbestätten setzen Fokus auf Meeresmüll bei Treffen auf Norderney

Manager mariner Welterbestätten und Meeresmüll-Experten aus 11 Nationen diskutierten Auswirkungen von Meeresmüll für marine UNESCO-Welterbestätten.

1st November, 2018

Wattenmeer-Seehunde bekommen mehr Junge denn je

The Trilateral Seal Expert Group (TSEG) published report “Aerial surveys of Harbour Seals in the Wadden Sea in 2018”.

15th May, 2017

14th International Scientific Wadden Sea Symposium works towards Trilateral Research Agenda

From 8 to 11 May 2017, over 130 experts on the Wadden Sea met in Tønder at the 14th International Scientific Wadden Sea Symposium (ISWSS).

5th May, 2017

14th ISWSS in Tønder (DK): 130 scientists swap notes for the future of the Wadden Sea

130 scientists will meet at the 14th International Scientific Wadden Sea Symposium from the 9-11 May 2017 in Tønder, Denmark.

19th December, 2016

Seal counts 2016: harbour seal population may have reached carrying capacity

The population of harbour seals in the Wadden Sea area remained largely stable in 2016. Experts assume that a slight decrease in numbers may be a signal that the overall population in the area has reached its carrying capacity.