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Waddenzee

the part of the North Sea between the Dutch mainland and the West Frisian Islands
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The chain of wave- and wind-shaped sand dune barrier islands of the Wadden Sea is gradually driven landward by storm surges and SLR (figure 4).
Furthermore, it supports the 'Dark Sky World Heritage Wadden Sea Region' program by helping us to address levels of light pollution and preserve bird wildlife and the environment," says Nico Oud, Alderman of Sustainability of Ameland.
Zoobenthic biomass limited by phytoplankton abundance: evidence from parallel changes in two long-term data series in the Wadden Sea.
In 2014, a twinning project with another Unesco World Heritage Site, the European Wadden Sea, was launched.
In keeping with Compagnie du PonantOs signature of offering itineraries that visit lesser traveled locales only accessible to small ships, guests will also have an opportunity to explore Belle Ile-en-Mer, a secluded French island off the coast of Brittany which was a popular destination in the 19th century for artists like Claude Monet, Sarah Bernhardt and Albert Roussel; Sylt, the largest North Frisian island off the North Sea coast in Germany and its UNESCO World Heritage site Wadden Sea National Park; and experience the crossing of Kiel Canal, a 61-mile long canal that links the North Sea to the Baltic.
A very similar model was proposed by Pedersen and Bartholdy (2007) for the exposed marshes adjoining sandflats in the Danish Wadden Sea.
When designing the Maritime and Beachcombers Museum in Oudeschild, the Netherlands, located on the island of Texel in the Wadden Sea, Delft-based firm Mecanoo Architects put the museum's archeological subject matter to use-- literally.
NETHERLANDS A lone tourist takes photographs of the frozen IJsselmeer inland sea on Afsluitdijk, a dyke closing off the Wadden sea and North Sea from IJsselmeer inland sea, northern Netherlands.
What we were going to do, however, was take part in a mud walk on the Wadden Sea, a UNESCO world heritage site.