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  • Sharing science-led solutions in the Dutch dunes

    We are proud to be organizing this 6th conference in the CWW series. Read more

  • New possibilities with 3D radar Max

    We use the new 3D bird radar, Max to measure: avoidance behaviour by birds flight heights and continuous flight speeds. More over 3D bird radar... Read more

  • Biodegradable structure for habitat improvement

    - BESE-elements - In a quest for artificial structures for use in the recovery of musselbeds, we have developed a biodegradable structure that can be used in habitat... Read more

  • Building with North Sea Nature

    Eco-friendly design of scour protection: potential enhancement of ecological functioning in offshore wind farms: Towards an implementation guide and experimental set-up’... Read more

  • Webcams for monitoring breeding success

    Webcams are being used to monitor terns on artificial breeding islands. Read more

  • Shellfish reefs back in the North Sea

    Since 2015, we have been investigating the recovery of shellfish banks together with ARK, WNF and the POC. Read more

New DNA lab

1st March 2021 - In June our lab for eDNA research will be ready.

Lesser black-backed gull in the spotlight

16 February 2021: Offshore wind farms generate rennewable energy, although can cause concerns for wildlife. What are the ecological effects of offshore wind farms? And to what extent are birds, bats, fish and marine mammals affected by the construction and operation of offshore wind farms? Knowledge on this subject gathered through the Dutch Governmental Offshore Wind Ecological Programme (Wozep) is used to provide insight into the ecological effects and to limit these as much as possible. Read how Bureau Waardenburg is involved >>

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