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Serengeti migration
30/04/2015

To Fence or Not to Fence?

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Reinout Verbeke

Large-scale fencing can hinder migratory species and lead to population collapse. An international group of biologists and ecologists identified the gaps in knowledge and provided a framework to better understand the impacts of fencing on wildlife, people and ecosystems.

Solea larva, picture by Hans Hillewaert
21/04/2015

Model for the Larval Dispersal of Sole in the North Sea

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PhD student Léo Barbut, from our Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences, works on the sole larval dispersal in the North Sea.

Oil pollution in 2014
16/04/2015

Sea Pollution in 2014

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In 2014, a total of 37 marine pollution spills were observed in and around the Belgian marine areas.

Our biologist henri Robert in front of research vessel RV Sonne
07/04/2015

Scientific Trip to Study Potential Impact of Deep Sea Mining

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Reinout Verbeke

One of our biologists, Henri Robert, is on board of the new German research vessel Sonne. Together with 40 other scientists and technicians he will study the potential environmental impacts of the future mining of so-called manganese nodules in the deep sea.

The Ivy Bee (Colletes hederae) on a ivy flower
31/03/2015

Zoom on Bees

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We developed a website and a new booklet for teachers and students on the importance of bees in our environment.

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