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Herstel zoet-zoutovergangen in Noord Nederland
Meijer, M.-L.; Borrius, K.; van Wieringen, M.; Jager, Z. (2004). Herstel zoet-zoutovergangen in Noord Nederland. Levende Nat. 105(5): 176-180
In: De Levende Natuur: tijdschrift voor Natuurbehoud en Natuurbeheer. Stichting De Levende Natuur: Oosterbeek; Amsterdam; 's-Graveland. ISSN 0024-1520, more
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  • Meijer, M.-L.
  • Borrius, K.
  • van Wieringen, M.
  • Jager, Z., more

    In the North of The Netherlands there is a lot of experience with smaller restoration methods such as fish-migration constructions and salt marsh re-establishment. First priority of restoration is the improvement of estuarine values of the only remaining estuarium, the Ems. Especially the salt marshes and seegrass meadovvs have to be expanded. On the long term restoration of Lauwersmeer as an estuarium, in connection with streams coming form the sandy grounds more upstream is considered the most promising improvement of the estuaria in the North.

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