Read about recent publications, expeditions or conferences in which researchers from Naturalis contributed.
Collection managers with collections
Since the 9th of January we, collection managers from Naturalis, cannot work in the collection anymore. The Tower, our treasure house with ...
Literally at greater depths
Naturalis and Substation Curaçao will work together to explore the deeper areas of coral reefs in the Caribbean.
Pollinators are having a hard time, here’s what we can do about it
Bees and other pollinators, such as bats and lizards and thousands of species of insects, are essential for our well-being.
Caribbean coral reefs at the Amsterdam Royal Palace
This afternoon, the symposium on the future (ecological and socio-economical) of Caribbean coral reefs will be held at the Amsterdam Royal Palace ...
Climate change shifts soil fungal communities in the arctic tundra
Climate is warming twice as rapid in the Arctic as compared to the global warming rate. In arctic tundra, climate change is ...
Climate change affects fungal communities in the Arctic
The warming-induced retreat in sea ice and shifts in arctic tundra vegetation are well-documented.
How climate change could shape the Andean forests
Montane cloud forests of the Andes (Yungas) are delicate and highly diverse ecosystems and are crucial for providing water for agriculture and ...
Plant species hotspot maps provide new tool for conservation
A research team led by the University of Oxford, and including Jan Wieringa of Naturalis Biodiversity Center, has mapped areas in tropical ...