Wageningen University & Research supports Indonesian shrimp farmers by training them in Coastal Field Schools to make aquaculture sustainable and to support mangrove restoration. Photo: Blue Forests
Wageningen University & Research supports Indonesian shrimp farmers by training them in Coastal Field Schools to make aquaculture sustainable and to support mangrove restoration. Photo: Blue Forests
With innovative DNA techniques, scientists of Wageningen University & Research assess the presence of marine alien species in the Arctic. Photo: Mare van den Heuvel
With innovative DNA techniques, scientists of Wageningen University & Research assess the presence of marine alien species in the Arctic. Photo: Mare van den Heuvel
Researchers of Wageningen University & Research study the unique species communities in marine lakes in Indonesia. The absence of predators can lead to very high densities of species like this vivid shrimp. Photo: Christiaan de Leeuw
Researchers of Wageningen University & Research study the unique species communities in marine lakes in Indonesia. The absence of predators can lead to very high densities of species like this vivid shrimp. Photo: Christiaan de Leeuw

In the project ‘Pumping iron’ scientists from Wageningen University & Research study the effect of iron availability on reef community shifts from coral to sponge domination. Photo: Benjamin Müller
In the project ‘Pumping iron’ scientists from Wageningen University & Research study the effect of iron availability on reef community shifts from coral to sponge domination. Photo: Benjamin Müller
Wageningen University & Research scientists study how exotic species, such as this Brush-clawed shore crab, are introduced and establishing themselves in (changing) marine environments. Photo: Reindert Nijland
Wageningen University & Research scientists study how exotic species, such as this Brush-clawed shore crab, are introduced and establishing themselves in (changing) marine environments. Photo: Reindert Nijland