Research institute IMARES Research into strategic and applied marine ecology. About us Follow IMARES on Follow us on facebook Follow us on Twitter Follow us on LinkedIn Follow us on YouTube follow_instagram_label New project on Caribbean coral reef restoration A new project starts: in coral nurseries, resilient corals grow to restore the damaged reefs in the Caribbean. Read more New publication shows Dutch Caribbean turtles migrate into risky waters Lisa Becking (Wageningen University and IMARES) and Marjolijn Christianen (Rijksuniversiteit Groningen and IMARES) together with Mabel Nava and her... Read more EFARO General Assembly 2016 Tue 24 May 2016 - Thu 26 May 2016 Do the opportunities for Blue Growth fascinate you? Do you see an ocean of opportunities? Or are you worried by the impact Blue Growth may have?... Read more Flight preparations for large-scale survey of cetaceans This week, a group of eight researcher from five European countries are together for a special meeting in Le Touquet, France, to prepare a survey to... Read more 1st Annual AcroporaNet Symposium Fri 10 June 2016 - Fri 10 June 2016 We would like to invite you to the first Annual AcroporaNet Symposium to be held in Wageningen on June 10th, 2016! Read more Go to News & Calendar Dossiers Weblogs Projects Publications Facilities, Products and Services Work at IMARES About IMARES Expertise areas Contact Areas of expertise Aquaculture & fisheries Delta technology Marine ecology Maritime technology Marine policy Go to: About IMARES Facilities & services Work & internships Best research photos Contact & addresses e-Newsletter Coast & Sea Read previous editions of the e-newsletter Coast & Sea Wageningen UR.Sign up now! Read more Photo of the week: We count seals from a safe distance on land, but also from the air. With these aerial surveys, we can observe all young seals, including the animals that are hidden among the reeds.