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.

Hoogenboom, R.L.A.P., ten Dam, G., van Leeuwen, S.P.J., van Egmond, H., Nicolina, J, Dwarkasing, A.J.S. 2021. High levels of dioxins and PCBs in meat, fat and livers of free ranging pigs, goats, sheep and cows from the island of Curaçao. Chemosphere. Volume 263, January 2021, 128057. Article.

Huisman, S.N., Jesse, W.A.M., Ellers, J., van Beukering, P.J.H. 2021 Mapping the economic loss of ecosystem services caused by the invasive plant species Antigonon leptopus on the Dutch Caribbean Island of St. Eustatius. One Ecosystem 6: e72881. Article.

Lamb, A.D., Lippi, C.A., Watkins-Colwell, G.J., Jones, A., Warren, D.L., Iglesias, T.L., Brandley, M.C.,  Dornburg, A. 2021. Comparing the dietary niche overlap and ecomorphological differences between invasive Hemidactylus mabouia geckos and a native gecko competitor. Ecology and Evolution. DOI: 10.1002/ece3.8401. Article.

Neckheim, C.M., Hovestadt, A., 2021. Nieuwe gegevens over de land- en zoetwatermollusken van Sint Maarten (Nederlandse Antillen). Spirula 428. zomer 2021. Article

Neckheim C.M. 2021. Drie nog niet vermelde landslakkensoorten van Saba en Sint Maarten, Nederlandse Antillen, verzameld in 1991. Spirula 427. voorjaar 2021. Article.

Sukhorukov, A.P., Sennikov, A.N., Nilova, M.V., Kushunina, M., Belyaeva, I.V., Zaika, M.A., Hanáček, P. 2021. A new endemic species of Sesuvium (Aizoaceae: Sesuvioideae) from the Caribbean Basin, with further notes on the genus composition in the West Indies. Kew Bulletin. Article.

van der Zee, J.P., Christianen, M.J.A., Bérubé, M., Nava, M., van der Wal, S., Berkel, J., Bervoets, T., Meijer Zu Schlochtern, M., Becking, L.E., Palsbøll, P.J. Demographic changes in Pleistocene sea turtles were driven by past sea level fluctuations affecting feeding habitat availability. Mol Ecol. 2021 Dec 3. doi: 10.1111/mec.16302. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 34861074.  Article.

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