Radboud Institute for Biological and Environmental Sciences (RIBES)

The Radboud Institute for Biological and Environmental Sciences (RIBES), formerly known as Institute for Water and Wetland Research (IWWR), aims to perform world leading research in order to understand the response of the natural environment to human impact.

With this knowledge, the research institute RIBES contributes to mitigating ecosystem degradation and finding solutions to restore the natural environment.

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Recent publications

3 biodiversity decline and recovery Ecosysteemherstel door vijf jaar oude Marker Wadden De Levende Natuur

3 biodiversity decline and recovery Scientists' warning on climate change and insects Ecol Monogr

2 responses and adaptations to physical conditions Targeting fibroblast growth factor receptors causes severe craniofacial malformations in zebrafish larvae PeerJ

4 mitigation of greenhouse gasses What the Latest Science on Climate Change Mitigation means for Cities and Urban Areas SUP Volume III

RIBES papers, dissertations and datasets

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Research themes

RIBES defines four overarching themes within the research mission Towards Healthy Ecosystems.