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Drijvende ijsschotsen in zee
8 April 2019
A large overview study describes all the consequences of climate change in the Arctic.
26 March 2019
The chair focuses on understanding the uncertainties of future sea level rise.
26 March 2019
Kim Cohen from Utrecht University was asked by Vrij Nederland magazine to draw a map of the Netherlands as it may appear in the year 2300.
Plastic soep
22 March 2019
On World Water Day, we pay extra attention to one of the most urgent threats to our oceans: plastic. What do you actually know about the plastic soup?
19 March 2019
The climate change research programme NESSC has been awarded an additional 1.4 million euros for research of climate change in the past.
7 March 2019
A large delegation of Dutch polar and marine researchers has signed a letter of intent to collaborate with the Alfred Wegener Institute in Bremerhaven.
7 March 2019
Philippe Delandmeter and Ramon Oord took part in a scientific cruise of our strategic partner NIOZ.
17 January 2019
The public health consequences of climate change could increase the urgency of climate policy, according to Guus Velders in the NRC.
Erosie van het strand bij Cancun
2 January 2019
Seagrass beds are so effective in protecting tropical beaches from erosion, that they can reduce the need for expensive beach nourishments that are used now.
5 December 2018
The ice on Greenland is melting faster than at any moment during the last 350 years. This is concluded from a model by Brice Noël (IMAU).

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