Recent Publications

All DC islands

Below you will an overview of the reports and publications on biodiversity related subjects in the Dutch Caribbean that have recently been published.

Amelot, M, Brunel, T, Debrot, D, Kitson-Walters, K. 2021. Update on the 2012-2020 trends in the St. Eustatius fisheries. Wageningen University & Research report C059/21.  Report.

Bomen, E, de Graaf, M, Kough, AS, Izioka-Kuramae, A,  Zuur, AF, Smaal, A, Nagelkerke L. 2021.  Spatial dependency in abundance of Queen conch, Aliger gigas, in the Caribbean, indicates the importance of surveying deep-water distributions. Diversity and Distributions. DOI: 10.1111/ddi.13392 Article.

de Bruijn, E. 2021. Towards better climate change adaptation governance in Curaçao and Bonaire. Master Thesis. Earth Systems Governance Faculty of Geosciences, Utrecht University. Thesis.

Debrot, A.O., Boman, E., Madden, H. 2021. St. Eustatius invasive alien Green Iguana : Case study of a Rapid Response Extermination Campaign (RREC). Wageningen University &
Research report C033/21. Report.

Eilert, S.Y. 2021. Klein Curaçao? Het verband tussen het Statuut voor het koninkrijk der Nederlanden uit 1954 en de revolte van 1969. Bachelor’s thesis. Faculty of Humanities, Utrecht University.
Thesis.

Erdogan, E. 2021. The terrestrial consequences of poor wastewater management in Curaçao: How exploring public health risks and ground water quality levels can provide insights into establishing its sustainable management for small island development states. Master Thesis. Faculty of Geosciences, Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development
Utrecht University. Thesis.

Firmansyan, I, Carsjens, GJ, de Ruijter FJ, Zeeman, G, Spiller, M., 2021. An integrated assessment of environmental, economic, social and technological parameters of source separated and conventional sanitation concepts: A contribution to sustainability analysis.  Journal of Environmental Management. Volume 295, 1 October 2021, 113131. Article.

Global Mangrove Alliance. 2021. State of World’s Mangroves 2021. Report.

Hill, CEL,  Lymperaki, MM, Hoeksema, BW. 2021. A centuries-old manmade reef in the Caribbean does not substitute natural reefs in terms of species assemblages and interspecific competition.  Marine Pollution Bulletin 169. Article.

Humphreys, M. P., Meesters, E. H., de Haas, H., Karancz, S., Delaigue, L., Bakker, K., Duineveld, G., de Goeyse, S., Haas, A., Mienis, F., Ossebaar, S., and van Duyl, F. C.: Dissolution of a submarine carbonate platform by a submerged lake of acidic seawater, Biogeosciences Discuss. [preprint].

Kornder, NA, Cappelletto, J, Mueller, B, Zalm, MJL, Martinez, SJ, Vermeij, MJA, Huisman, J, de Goeij, JM. 2021. Implications of 2D versus 3D surveys to measure the abundance and composition of benthic coral reef communities. Coral Reefs. Article.

Teoh, CP., Jacquemyn, C., Laya, JC. 2021. The effects of dolomite geobodies within carbonate clinoforms on fluid flow and connectivity: Insights from an outcrop analogue on Bonaire, The Netherlands (South Caribbean). Marine and Petroleum Geology. Available online 23 September 2021, 105344. Article.

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