Publications

Breeding Birds in the Wadden Sea in 2001
Wadden Sea Ecosystem No. 22 - 2006. Results of the total survey in 2001 and trends in numbers between 1991 - 2001.
Solutions for Sustainable coastal Protection in the Wadden Sea Region
Wadden Sea Ecosystem No. 21 - 2005. CPSL 2005. Coastal Protection and Sea Level Rise. Solutions for Sustainable Coastal Protection in the Wadden Sea Region.
Schiermonnikoog Declaration 2005
The 10th Trilateral Governmental Conference on the Protection of the Wadden Sea
Migratory Waterbirds in the Wadden Sea 1980 - 2000
Wadden Sea Ecosystem No. 20 - 2005. Blew, J. and Südbeck, P. (Eds.) 2005. Migratory Waterbirds in the Wadden Sea 1980 – 2000. Wadden Sea Ecosystem No. 20. Common Wadden Sea Secretariat, Trilateral Monitoring and Assessment Group, Joint Monitoring Group of Migratory Birds in the Wadden Sea, Wilhelmshaven, Germany.
Wadden Sea Quality Status Report 2004 (QSR)
Wadden Sea Ecosystem No. 19 - 2005. K. Essink, C. Dettmann, H. Farke, K. Laursen, G. Lüerßen, H. Marencic, W. Wiersinga (Eds.).
Evaluation TMAP Data Handling 2004
Evaluation of TMAP Data Handling for the Trilateral Wadden Sea Cooperation. Prepared by The Orbis Institute Ottawa, Canada, September
Contaminants in Bird Eggs in the Wadden Sea
Wadden Sea Ecosystem No. 18 - 2004. Recent Spatial and Temporal Trends. Seabirds at Risk? Effects of Environmental Chemicals on Reproductive Success and Mass Growth of Seabirds Breeding at the Wadden Sea in the Mid 1990s.
Management of North Sea Harbour and Grey Seal Populations 2002
Wadden Sea Ecosystem No. 17 - 2002. Proceedings Texel Symposium November 2002: "Management of North Sea and Grey Seal Populations".
The Wadden Sea - A Particularly Sensitive Wadden Sea Area (PSSA)
The Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) agreed to designate major parts of the Dutch, German and Danish Wadden Sea as a Particularly Sensitive Sea Area (PSSA).
High Tide Roosts in the Wadden Sea 2003
Wadden Sea Ecosystem No. 16 - 2003. A Review of Bird Distribution, Protection Regimes and Potential Sources of Anthropogenic Disturbance.

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