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Falcons for Everyone 2020
02/04/2020

Observing two Peregrine falcon couples who installed their nests in Brussels

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Reinout Verbeke

Nature and its lifecycles enter our houses and our day to day lives, during this strange period of confinement …

Narwhal washed ashore along the Scheldt river in Bornem (28 april 2016).
23/08/2017

Marine mammals in Belgium in 2016

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Kelle Moreau

In a new annual report, our scientists collect the available information on marine mammals in Belgium in 2016.

Algal bloom near the coast of Ostend, detected by the European satellite Sentinel 2. (Photo: ESA)
06/07/2017

Algal Bloom Along Belgian Coast Detected From Space

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Kelle Moreau

In May 2016, scientists observed an intense algal bloom very close to the Belgian coast. They managed this by using the European satellite Sentinel-2. This satellite can help monitor areas that are unreachable for a research vessel.

Aircraft
30/03/2017

Aerial Surveillance Results 2016

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In 2016 RBINS flew a total of 273 hours on missions to observe the North Sea from the air. Our operators detected 33 instances of pollution caused by vessels at sea: 13 operational discharges and 20 accidental discharges.

Report Environmental impacts of offshore wind farms
17/03/2017

Update on the Environmental Effects of Wind farms in Belgian Waters

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In Belgian waters, three wind farms are now operational, one is under construction, and five more will be constructed in the near future.

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