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.

Balutowski, D. 2022. Brown Tides: Assessing the Past, Present, & Future State of Sargassum in Aruba Through a Mixed Methods Approach. Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development. Thesis.

Danielson-Owczynsky, H. 2022. Factors that Influence Red-billed Tropicbird Survival on Pilot Hill, Sint Eustatius. Utrecht University Thesis.

Lanjouw, S. 2022. Testing a biodegradable engineering product for mangrove restoration along a high wave-energy coastline. Wageningen University and Research. Thesis Report.

Petuch, E., Berschauer, D. 2022. A New Species of Jaspidiconus (Gastropoda: Conidae) from Aruba. The Festivus. Issue 2, Volume 54. Article.

Raijmakers, J.R. 2022. Map mangrove planting sites and compare and evaluate mangrove restoration techniques. Van Hall Larenstein, University of Applied Sciences. Thesis Report.

Restrepo, C., Delgado, D., Debrot, A.O., de Vries, A.J., Houtepen, E., de Freitas, J.A. 2022. Phenological trajectories of Caribbean very dry tropical forests diverge under different geologic formations. BioTropica 2022;00:1–14. Article.

Volbeda, T. 2022. The influence of factors that negatively affect nesting activity of sea turtles on Sint Maarten. Van Hall Larenstein, University of Applied Sciences. Research Report.

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