Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba

From coral reefs to mangroves and from sea turtles to the effects of sunscreen: Wageningen University & Research carries out research on the natural environment of Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba, both above and below water.

Wageningen University & Research conducts research and provides advice regarding the management of the Caribbean part of the Netherlands: integrated coastal management, management of coral reefs, mangroves, seagrass recovery, ecotoxicology and monitoring programs for fisheries. Wageningen University & Research also conducts studies into the biodiversity of marine and terrestrial species, ranging from marine mammals, reptiles and birds to marine benthos and fish.

Bonaire 2050 - A Nature-Inclusive Vision

Download the brochure 'Bonaire 2050 - A Nature-Inclusive Vision'

The Saba Bank: the largest Dutch nature reserve

A special part of our research takes place at the Saba Bank, the largest national park of the Netherlands. This book will take you into the beautiful underwaterworld of the Saba Bank:

Download the brochure: Saba Bank Research 2011-2016

For more about our Saba Bank expeditions, follow the blog via Expedition Saba Bank 2018.

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Research on Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba

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