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SENSE is a partnership involving nine Dutch universities and two institutes.
The Millennium Ecosystem Assessment has put the concept of Ecosystem Services in the heart of natural resource and biodiversity analysis. The translation of this concept into real action remains problematic, however.
This symposium focuses on new inspirations and approaches ‘beyond ecosystem services’. Main goal: to explore concepts and ideas that might point the way for Conservation Biology. > Read more
SENSE members Rik Leemans (WUR) and Heather Leslie (VU) joined the Springtij Forum and returned in high spirits. They wonder who in the SENSE community wants to join and organise a substantial SENSE contribution to the 2015 edition, to connect our scientific efforts to society. > Read more
|Jantsje van Loon-Steensma Salt marshes for flood protection. Long-term adaptation by combining functions in flood defences |
Wageningen University, Earth Systems Sciences
Graduation date: 8 October 2014