Category Archives: Biodiversity Monitoring News

Bonaire’s Deep Reefs (2)

BONAIRE — The submarine “Curasub” descended to depths of 200 to 250 metres on Bonaire to make some amazing discoveries about lionfish and a large bacteria-dominated

State of Birds in the Dutch Caribbean

DUTCH CARIBBEAN — Did you know that while birds are diverse and found in nearly all habitats of our planet 1,313 bird species (one in eight

BioNews 6 – June/July 2013

This month’s issue focuses on the development of the Dutch Caribbean Biodiversity Database, the central repository for biodiversity-related data, maps and literature for our islands.

Flora of Aruba, Bonaire and Curaçao

DUTCH CARIBBEAN — Botanical research on Aruba, Bonaire and Curaçao dates back to the late 19th century and still continues today, discovering new species ever still.

Flora of Past and Present

LEIDEN - Naturalis Biodiversity Center houses a multitude of historical flora collections. Presently still more and more specimen and species are added to those and to

Tropicbirds on the Air

HILVERSUM – In a radio interview with Dutch radio show “Vroege Vogels” [“Early Birds”] Michiel Boeken and IMARES researcher Dolfi Debrot raised awareness with the Dutch

Coral Restoration in the ABC

CURAÇAO/BONAIRE - The decimation of Elkhorn and Staghorn corals in the 1980s all over the Caribbean has induced the need for coral reef restoration.
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