Sarian Kosten has received a NWO-VIDI grant to dive into the world of bioturbators and their effects on aquatic greenhouse gas emissions: "Bioturbators drive greenhouse gas emissions from shallow inland waters".
16 July 2021
Sarian Kosten and Pascal Bodmer (former post doc at our group, now at Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada) are guest editors of Aquatic Botany for a special issue on “The role of plants in regulating aquatic methane fluxes”.
8 June 2021
Radboud Researcher Reinder Nouta investigates the efficiency of climate mitigation techniques in Frisian peatlands. Innovative is the close collaboration between the water authority Wetterskip Friesland, farmers, citizens and scientists.
22 April 2021
Tuesday april 6th, students and staff of Dutch universities are campaigning for structurally more money for scientific education and research. Mandy Velthuis was involved in the action in Nijmegen, where a cortege of professors, student representatives, postdocs and pedel walked with a puppet of the philosopher Erasmus from the Aula to the Waal. To make a statement, Erasmus was literally put up to his lips in the river.
9 April 2021
Researchers from NIOZ, the Radboud University and the University of Groningen have demonstrated how biodegradable meshes can support coastal ecosystems. Mussels, sea grasses and salt marshes have a better chance of survival if they are protected by the specially developed mats.
11 December 2020