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Water turbidity in and around Zeebruges estimated from a Pléiades image after application of the Dark Spectrum Fitting algorithm (Image: RBINS). Note that the high turbidity zones were not visible on the initial satellite image.
01/10/2018

Aerosol correction for high resolution satellite data

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Kelle Moreau

Satellite data are increasingly used in applications such as water turbidity mapping (important for aquatic organisms) and understanding sediment transport.

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Grey seal in the harbour of Nieuwpoort on 17 January 2017 (foto: T. Hubin/RBINS).
24/08/2018

Marine Mammals in Belgium in 2017

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Kelle Moreau

Our marine scientists summarise the available information on marine mammals in Belgium in an annual report.

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The Coast guard aircraft, equipped with the sniffer sensor. (Photo: RBINS/SURV)
23/08/2018

Belgian Coast Guard Leading in the International Fight against Air Pollution above the Sea

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Kelle Moreau

Since 2016, a so-called 'sniffer' sensor has been used onboard the Belgian Coast Guard aircraft to check for environmental and nautical violations. This sensor allows the sulfur content in the fuel to be derived on the basis of measurements made in the emissions of ships above the sea.

Opening of the colloquium by Ms. Pisani, Managing Director of RBINS. (Photo: RBINS/T. Hubin)
23/08/2018

Biodiversity for development, a way forward to the Sustainable Development Goals

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Kelle Moreau

Five years of successful integration of biodiversity in the Belgian development cooperation forms the basis for further cooperation. In the week of 28 May to 1 June 2018, the involved Belgian and foreign partners gathered in Brussels.

Opgravingen Sint-Romboutskerkhof Mechelen (Foto: Dienst Archeologie - Stad Mechelen)
25/06/2018

Belgium's Largest Collection of Human Remains Reveals Its Secrets

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Reinout Verbeke

An anthropologist from our Institute has analyzed 350 human skeletons from a cemetery in Malines, Belgium. The human remains date from the 10th until the 18th century, and are part of the largest skeletal assemblage ever found in Belgium.

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