We are happy to announce the launch of our new website! Our old website was sadly not performing up to standards, so we've taken the opportunity of improving the website performance and revisiting its design at the same time. The result is a professional, elegant and user-friendly website. We would like to thank Rianne Croes and Joris Lange for once again helping us with our online challenges. Read on if you would like to see how our previous websites looked like, what's new and how your photograph can end up in our header. 

‘How can I define the source of nutrients used in primary production by algae? Is the location of birds in the North Sea determined by the large scale flow patterns? Why is the sea grass off the coast of Australia in poor condition? How does the Mississippi wetland vegetation respond to changes in the inlet of water from the river and how can these wetlands be restored? Can the ecological status of Lake Tai Hu be improved?’

The NCR days 2014 were held at the University of Twente in Enschede on October 2 and 3, 2014. The Book of Abstracts can be found under NCR days - Publications

The NCR days 2015 will be organised by Radboud University Nijmegen.