Lecture on non-indigenous species in estuaries

Today I had the opportunity to talk about our research findings on non-indigenous species in estuarine environments and the Western Scheldt in particular, during a guest lecture in the course ‘Marine Biology’ of the University College Roosevelt. For those interested the slides can be found here:  Guest lecture UCR 110418 . Information is largely based on our Transect Monitoring reports (2016-01, 2017-04 coming available soon) and the Overview reporting on exotic species monitoring in the Western Scheldt (2017-01).

Involvement in international ‘biodiversity data’ course


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Last week Ecoauthor provided the practical (hands-on) training in using multi-variate statistics in biodiversity data analyses (in cooperation with partners). It was good to have enthousiastic motivated (starting) researchers from around the world participating in Vlissingen (the Netherlands). Training was … Continue reading