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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 North German Wadden Sea has seen the highest levels of recovery within Europe.
Around 8.1 km of the Hindenburg embankment runs through the Wadden Sea.
The gravity of this potential scenario, from conservation, cultural and economic perspectives, has been addressed in a 2100 Strategy for the Wadden Sea, which puts forward solutions such as adding sediment to the sea to stop it from drowning.
The distribution of oysters, Crassostrea gigas, also shifted northward and for the first time their larvae settled and grew on blue mussel, Mytilus edulis, beds in the German section of the Wadden Sea (Brandt et al., 2008).
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).
1 The Dark Sky World Heritage Wadden Sea Region program is set up to reduce light pollution on Ameland and protect darkness.
The Danish Wadden Sea (1225 [km.sup.2]) constitutes the northern tenth of the Wadden Sea (Fig.
leucopsis) migrate from wintering grounds in the Wadden Sea area to northern Scandinavia and Russia.
The rotating machinery still works so you can literally set the room spinning and choose to have a view over the Wadden Sea or historic Harlingen Town.
Five Weathers, 2015, depicts the Dutch islands in the Wadden Sea from an unmistakably Chinese perspective, and is somewhat reminiscent of a famous scroll painting in the collection of the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam.
In 2014, a twinning project with another Unesco World Heritage Site, the European Wadden Sea, was launched.