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The staff at Bureau Waardenburg build up a wealth of knowledge through the work carried out each year. Sometimes the findings are relatively unknown or completely novel. In such cases we can share these findings with the scientific and wider communities through the publication of articles.

Flux-Collision model

In a publication in Ecological Modeling we have compared two different models for calculating the numbers of bird collisions with wind turbines. The f...

Flight activity of birds over the North Sea

Bureau Waardenburg has published results from radar studies of bird movements in a North Sea wind farm in Ibis.

Monitoring marine mammals from platforms

Monitoring methods for seabirds were also detect changes in marine mammals abundance. Fewer marine mammals were observed than with dedicated methods b...

Biogeosciences: Tree height integrated into pantropical forest biomass estimates

Aboveground tropical tree biomass and carbon storage estimates commonly ignore tree height (H). We estimate...

Classifying coastal regions for the Water Framework Directive

Bureau Waardenburg ecologists were involved with the integration of WFD for coastal habitats. This involved the classification of coasts in the North ...

Urban development and the natterjack toad

The natterjack toad is an internationally protected species and is listed in the Habitats Directive. In the Netherlands, the species is fairly common ...

CO2 Sink in Africa - Article in Nature

One fifth of emissions of fossil fuels is absorbed by endangered forests! Bureau Waardenburg ecologist Jan Reitsma is...

Collision risk of birds with modern large wind turbine

Article about a study into the collision rate of birds with modern, large (1.65 MW) wind turbines in three wind farms in the Netherlands.

The National Amphibian Monitoring Program and Natura 2000

Bureau Waardenburg ecologist Gerard Smit is co-author, together with RAVON and CBS, of an article on the Dutch national amphibian monitoring...