Category Archives: Biodiversity Monitoring News

St. Maarten Reef Survey

PHILIPSBURG — Catlin Seaview Survey was in St. Martin to assess the state of coral reefs over larger scales and in more precise detail than ever

Invasive Predator Research on Saba

SABA — Feral cat densities on Saba have been studied to discover the potential impact of this invasive predator on the Red-billed Tropicbird breeding colonies.

New Spiders for Saba

SABA — Two new spider species have been discovered on Saba during the Sea & Learn event and might even be new to science.

ICRI meeting, Belize

BELIZE CITY, BELIZE – The Global Coral Reef Monitoring Network (GCRMN) has invested the past two years in preparing the most extensive analysis of coral reef

BioNews 10 – November 2013

This month’s issue highlights the Saba Bank Expedition 2013. International experts investigated the ecological functionality of the Bank, focussing on corals, fish, sponges, genetics and nutrients.

More attention for whales and dolphins

DUTCH CARIBBEAN — IMARES performed an aerial survey for marine mammals around the ABC islands. Read the press release here.

Butterflies of the Windwards

DUTCH CARIBBEAN — Butterflies are very grateful subject for research and monitoring. On Statia a periodic monitoring programme is already in place.
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