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Monitoringsrapportage NSL 2018 : Stand van zaken Nationaal Samenwerkingsprogramma Luchtkwaliteit [Monograph]
Rutledge-Jonker, S. \ Wesseling, J.P. \ Nguyen, P.L. \ Visser, S. \ Hooydonk, P.R. \ Groot Wassink, H. \ Sanders, A/ \ 2018
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Maatschappelijke initiatieven voor natuur en biodiversiteit : een schets van de reikwijdte en ecologische effecten en potenties van maatschappelijke initiatieven voor natuur in feiten en cijfers [Monograph]
Sanders, M.E. \ Langers, F. \ Henkens, R.J.H.G. \ Donders, J.L.M. \ Dam, R.I. van \ Mattijssen, T.J.M. \ Buijs, A.E. \ 2018

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For the Assessment of the Dutch Human Environment we want to review what is known about social activities, initiatives and combination of functions for nature and biodiversity and what they contribute to enhancing biodiversity. In this study we collected data from the available literature and websites. These facts and figures show that most people are involved with nature in one way or another and that the involvement of individuals and businesses in some activities is even increasing. Most green citizens' initiatives are focused on amenity green space, but sometimes important natural values that support international biodiversity targets are also created. In addition, citizens play a vital role in monitoring plant and animal species. These facts and figures show also that in all current forms of land use there are possibilities and initiatives for nature combinations or for increasing biodiversity.

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Voortgang realisatie natuurnetwerk : technische achtergronden bij de digitale Balans van de Leefomgeving 2018 [Monograph]
Sanders, M.E. \ 2018

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The Dutch government and its partners are taking measures to create a coherent network of protected areas in order to halt the decline in biodiversity and in the area of natural habitat and semi-natural habitat, and to improve the conservation status of these areas. The government wants to stay informed of the progress being made. The Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency (PBL) has selected indicators that should provide answers to the question: ‘What progress is being made with the measures being taken to establish the national ecological network?’ The selected indicators have been updated and analysed in order to assess this progress. This report describes the results of the policy measures taken on the basis of the indicators, the technical background of the data used, the methods used to bring these indicators up to date, and the reliability and plausibility of the results.

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Nieuwe perspectieven door bioraffinage : efficiëntere winning, minder kosten, meer milieuwinst \ Ekoland : vakblad voor biologische landbouwmethoden, verwerking, afzet en natuurvoeding [Article]
Sanders, J. \ 2018
alternative farming - organic farming - organic foods - netherlands - biobased economy - biobased chemistry - biorefinery - biomass

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Kleinschalige bioraffinage verhoogt de opbrengstwaarde van de geteelde producten. Tevens recyclet het proces een groot deel van de mineralen op eigen grond. Dit biedt nieuwe mogelijkheden voor het biologisch verbouwen van suikerbieten, fabrieksaardappelen en grasklaver. Dat stelt oud-hoogleraar Johan Sanders, expert op gebied van bio-economie.

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Nitrogen containing biobased chemicals produced using enzymes [PhD thesis]
Full text publicly available; under embargo until:2019-12-10
But, Andrada \ 2018
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Balans van de Leefomgeving 2018 : Nederland duurzaam vernieuwen [Monograph]
Egmond, Petra van \ Elzenga, Hans \ Buitelaar, Edwin \ Eerdt, Martha van \ Eskinasi, Martijn \ Franken, Ron \ Gaalen, Frank van \ Hanemaaijer, Aldert \ Hilbers, Hans \ Hollander, Guus, de \ Nijland, Hans \ Ritsema van Eck, Jan \ Ros, Jan \ Schilder, Frans \ Spoon, Martijn \ Uitbeijerse, Gabrielle \ Wouden, Ries van der \ Vonk, Marijke \ Vugteveen, Pim \ Goossen, Martijn \ Blom, Wim \ Bredenoord, Hendrien \ Brink, Thelma van den \ Evers, David \ Doren, Didi van \ Grinsven, Hans van \ Hinsberg, Arjen van \ Muilwijk, Hanneke \ Oorschot, Mark van \ Peeters, Jeroen \ Puijenbroek, Peter van \ Raspe, Otto \ Rijn, Frank van \ Schijndel, Marian van \ Sluis, Sietske van der \ Sorel, Niels \ Timmerhuis, Jacqueline \ Verwest, Femke \ Westhoek, Henk \ Sanders, Marlies \ Dirkx, Joep \ 2018
animal welfare - animal production - cattle - dairy cattle - pigs - poultry - animal housing

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In de Balans van de Leefomgeving 2016 zijn op basis van een analyse van 20 jaar leefomgevingsbeleid vier thema’s geïdentificeerd die de komende jaren hoge prioriteit hebben: Sterke (stedelijke) regio’s en leefomgevingsbeleid; Voedsel, landbouw en natuur in transformatie; Vergroening en circulair maken van de economie; en Klimaatverandering en energietransitie. Deze vier thema’s vormen in de Balans van de Leefomgeving 2018 opnieuw de kapstok voor de bevindingen. Per thema komen de maatschappelijke opgave, de stand van zaken in het beleid en de beleidsopties aan bod. In de verdieping gaan we in tien afzonderlijke hoofdstukken dieper in op de beleidsvelden die onderliggend zijn aan de strategische thema’s.

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Developing a role for Rhizopus oryzae in the biobased economy by aiming at ethanol and cyanophycin coproduction [PhD thesis]
Meussen, Bas Johannes \ 2018
biobased economy - biofuels - bioethanol - renewable energy - biomass - lignin - bacteria - fermentation - fungi - waste water - residual streams
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Modelling the solubility of the 20 proteinogenic amino acids with experimentally derived saturation data [PhD thesis]
Bowden, Nathan A. \ 2018
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Acceptance of new sanitation : the role of end-users' pro-environmental personal norms and risk and benefit perceptions \ Water research : the journal of the International Association on Water Quality [Article]
Poortvliet, P.M. \ Sanders, L. \ Weijma, J. \ Vries, J.R. de \ 2018
water pollution - water quality - water supply - waste water treatment - government policy - environmental policy - environmental legislation - air pollution - soil pollution - aquatic environment

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Current sanitation systems are inherently limited in their ability to address the new challenges for (waste)water management that arise from the rising demand to restore resource cycles. These challenges include removal of micropollutants, water (re)use, and nutrient recovery. New opportunities to address these challenges arise from new sanitation, a system innovation that combines elements of source separation, local treatment and reuse, and less use of water. New sanitation is applied, but not yet widespread, in several residential areas in Europe. Implementation is hindered by the lack of insight into the general public's willingness to engage in new sanitation, and the resulting uncertainty about this among decision makers and other stakeholders in wastewater management. Using value-belief-norm theory as a conceptual lens, this paper addresses the individual motivations (pro-environmental personal norms) and personal drivers (benefits) and barriers (risks) for acceptance of new sanitation by the Dutch general public. The results of an online survey (N = 338) indicated that both pro-environmental personal norms and risk and benefit perceptions predict consumers' willingness to accept new sanitation. More specifically, they showed that consumer acceptance is driven by perceived risks relating to the housing market and the need to change behavior, but also by environmental benefits. Overall, new sanitation was favorably evaluated by respondents: 64% indicated that they would likely use new sanitation if they were owner-occupiers. The results of this explorative study are discussed in light of the development of novel sanitation systems that are sensitive to perceptions of end-users and other key stakeholders.

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Internet sex work : beyond the gaze [Monograph]
Sanders, Teela \ Scoular, Jane \ Campbell, Rosie \ Pitcher, Jane \ Cunningham, Stewart \ 2018
Computer sex

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This book takes readers behind the screen to uncover how digital technologies have affected the UK sex industry. The authors use extensive new datasets to explore the working practices, safety and regulation of the sex industry, for female, male and trans sex workers primarily working in the UK. Insights are given as to how sex workers use the internet in their everyday working lives, appropriating social media, private online spaces and marketing strategies to manage their profiles, businesses and careers. Internet Sex Work also explores safety strategies in response to new forms of crimes experienced by sex workers, as well as policing responses. The book will be of interest to students and scholars across a range of social science disciplines, including gender studies, socio-legal studies, criminology and sociology. .

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Alles weten over water \ Sierteelt&groenvoorziening [Article]
Sanders, J. \ 2017
ornamental horticulture - public green areas - ornamental horticulture - public green areas

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Water is belangrijk, niet alleen voor het verbruik op het bedrijf zelf, maar ook voor de veldteelten en zelfs voor verdere bedrijfsuitbreidingen. Zowel te veel als te weinig water leidt tot problemen. Op het internet kun je hieromtrent heel wat informatie vinden.

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Sustainable protein technology : an evaluation on the STW Protein programme and an outlook for the future [Monograph]
Voudouris, Panagiotis \ Tamayo Tenorio, Angelica \ Lesschen, Jan Peter \ Kyriakopoulou, Konstantina \ Sanders, Johan P.M. \ Goot, Atze Jan van der \ Bruins, Marieke E. \ 2017
nutrition - proteins - plant protein - biomass - biorefinery - agro-industrial chains

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In 2013 a new STW research programme was started on sustainable protein recovery. This STW Protein Programme consisted of five sustainable protein technology projects, which aimed at developing innovative methods to extract proteins from plant leaves, microalgae and insects to meet the increasing demand for food proteins for humans and livestock. The aim of the additional STW-project ‘Meer en Beter Eiwit’ was to summarize and evaluate the main results and conclusions of these five projects. Besides, some more recent additional insight on protein extraction was supplemented. Project partners including WUR, knowledge institutes and industry were interviewed to obtain their opinion on the project performed and future research needs.This has led to a vision document that gives direction to future research in the field of protein and technology.The approach of this project was to study the topic from start (biomass) via technology to finish (product). It was further put into a larger perspective, looking at the entire chain. When relevant, additional aspects such a soil quality and global protein demands were included.Biomass choice. When choosing a particular protein-recovery technology,biomass selection is the first requirement. Much research is being done on new biomass. However, the use of existing raw materials and residual flows should not be neglected.By building on existing processes and chains, fast(er)implementation is possible. Traditional crops like grain are relatively dry, and the proteins are present in protein bodies. Therefore, they are more easily extracted and give high yields and purities. New, green crops still require a lot of development.Protein streams in the world Protein-rich sources, like soybeans, rapeseed, maize and wheat are being consumed by both humans and animals.The crop with the largest production volume in Europe is is wheat, followed by potato, maize and barley. Together these four crops cover about 85% of the production of protein crops. Worldwide, maize is the largest crop. By far, the largest amount of proteins is being used in feed (>75%),followed by food consumption. Only a limited amount of proteins is isolated for specific use, for example as emulsifiers in different food formulations. An even smaller amount is used for application in chemicals or materials.Protein purity and functionality. Much research from the past focused on obtaining pure protein, e.g. RuBisCo from green leaves or protein from potato juice. Such processes can be economically feasible if the protein produced has a specific functionality, which allows for use as a high-quality food ingredient. However,high purity is not always required to obtain a certain functionality. In such cases the use of less refined,functional fractions is an interesting alternative.Mild separation and fractionation. When purified components are replaced by functional fractions, less intensive separation conditions can be used.Dry separation of proteins yielding a concentrate could bean alternative to wet separation yielding an isolate. Energy consumption is less, and a more native protein can be obtained. Fractionation can also lead to more complete use of biomass, generating little to no side streams.Chain approach for economy and sustainability. Next, it is also important to include the possibility of complete utilization of the raw material and closing cycles.These latter aspects can make or break economic feasibility and sustainability in a process. Efficient and effective use of protein and nitrogen, while maintaining biodiversity, is the most important development point for sustaining life on this earth. Modern agriculture should further improve nitrogen and feed use efficiencies to increase sustainability. Program evaluation. Next to conclusions on the content of the five projects, the evaluation also provides conclusions on the set-up of the STW/EZ programme on sustainable protein. Both academic and industrial participants acknowledged the added value of the link between fundamental research by a PhD and applied research by research institutes that was made in the project set-up. They also partly attributed the project successes to the multidisciplinary approach in the projects. The possibility within the projects to look at all aspects, and the ability to think anew on existing processes and develop new concepts of biorefinery greatly added to current scientific knowledge on protein extraction.

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Het effect van calorie en/of groente informatie op de maaltijdkeuze bij studentenverenigingen : MCB-marketing and consumer behaviour [Student report]
Sanders, L. \ 2017

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Overgewicht in Nederland is tegenwoordig een groot probleem. Het heeft veel negatieve consequenties voor zowel het individu als de omgeving. Vooral onder studenten speelt gewichtstoename een grote rol, het meest bij studenten die uitwonend zijn en lid van een studentenvereniging. Tegenwoordig worden er veel strategieën toegepast om overgewicht tegen te gaan. Dit onderzoek richt zich op het verstrekken van voeding gerelateerde informatie bij avondmaaltijden, een strategie die nog niet wordt gebruikt in Nederland.

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HiPerGreen : High Precision Greenhouse Farming [Monograph]
Simmonds, William \ Fesselet, Lucien \ Sanders, Bram \ Ramsay, Chris \ Heemskerk, Cock \ 2017
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Production of medium-chain, a, omega-bifunctional monomers from fatty acids and n-alkanes [PhD thesis]
Nuland, Youri M. \ 2017
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De hond als kankermodel in de zoektocht naar nieuwe therapeutische alternatieven \ Biotechniek / Landelijke Werkcommissie Laboratoriumdieren [Article]
Abma, E. \ Cicchelero, L. \ Rooster, H. de \ Daminet, S. \ Sanders, N. \ 2017
laboratory animals - laboratory methods - techniques -

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In kankeronderzoek wordt het knaagdierkankermodel beschouwd als de standaard. De translatie van onderzoeksresultaten van knaagdier naar mens is echter verre van optimaal en het wordt dan ook aanbevolen om de werkzaamheid van nieuwe kankergeneesmiddelen te bevestigen in hogere diersoorten vooraleer humane studies worden gestart. Honden met spontane kanker zijn de perfecte kandidaten. De histologische, biologische en geneti- sche achtergrond van kanker is beter vergelijkbaar tussen honden en mensen dan tussen knaagdieren en mensen. Tevens is de tumorontwikkeling en de interactie tussen de tumor, de gastheer en de micro-omgeving van de tumor analoog aan die bij de mens. De diagnos- tische en behandelingsmogelijkheden voor de hond zijn overeenkomstig aan die voor de mens, terwijl de progressie van kanker in honden snel genoeg is om binnen een aanvaard- baar termijn resultaten te bekomen. Tenslotte is het reglementair gezien makkelijker om honden op te nemen in klinische onderzoeken dan humane patiënten, wat uitgebreide mo- gelijkheden voor onderzoek verschaft. De hond zelf heeft uiteraard ook baat bij deelname aan klinische studies omdat deze een bijkomende kans op genezing kunnen bieden.

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Radiobiology and Radiation Hormesis : New Evidence and its Implications for Medicine and Society [Monograph]
Sanders, Charles L. \ 2017
Radiation Physiological effect - Radiobiology

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This book presents new information on radiobiology that more clearly refutes the linear no-threshold (LNT) assumption and supports radiation hormesis. Fresh light is cast on the mechanisms of radiation hormesis and the potential benefits of low-dose ionizing radiation in preventing and treating a wide variety of inflammatory and proliferative diseases. It is proposed that these effects may derive from cellular communication via electromagnetic waves directed by DNA, with each cell acting as a quantum computer. Readers will also find close analysis of the negative impacts of radiophobia on many aspects of modern life, including attitudes to imaging technologies, licensing of nuclear power reactors, and preparedness for survival of nuclear war. The book will be of interest to researchers and scientists in radiobiology, radiation protection, health physics, medical physics, and radiology. Specifically, it will provide medical physicians, radiation oncologists, radiation epidemiologists, gerontologists, cell biologists, toxicologists, and nuclear engineers with a wide range of interesting facts and enlightening novel perspectives.

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Is de energie- en grondstoffenfabriek wel duurzaam? \ H twee O : tijdschrift voor watervoorziening en afvalwaterbehandeling [Article]
Nieuwenhuijzen, A. van \ Sanders, M. \ Visser, C. \ Odegard, I. \ Bergsma, G. \ 2017
water - water supply - water use - water treatment - waste water treatment - sewage effluent disposal - health protection - polluted water - mineral waters - beverages - hydrology - water conservation - water pollution - water quality - purification plants - water treatment - life cycle assessment - phosphate - recovery - biobased materials - biobased economy - sustainability - feedstocks

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Nu al produceren de waterschappen ruim een kwart van hun energiebehoefte uit het rioolwater dat zij zuiveren, door de productie van biogas. Maar rioolwater bevat potentieel ook veel waardevolle grondstoffen, bijvoorbeeld fosfaat en cellulose. Reden voor de waterschappen om rwzi’s om te bouwen tot ‘energie- en grondstoffenfabrieken’. Maar hoe duurzaam is het terugwinnen van deze grondstoffen eigenlijk?

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Het gebruik van antibiotica bij landbouwhuisdieren in 2016 : trends, benchmarken bedrijven en dierenartsen [Monograph]
Geijlswijk, I. M. van \ Heederik, D. J. J.. \ Mouton, J. W.. \ Wagenaar, J. A.. \ Jacobs, J. H.. \ Sanders, P. \ 2017
animal production - animal welfare - poultry - cattle - rabbits - veal calves - turkeys - pigs - animal health - antibiotics

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Ook dit jaar wordt een gedifferentieerd beeld voor de verschillende diersectoren waargenomen. In enkele diersectoren vinden nog aanzienlijke dalingen plaats. In de meeste diersectoren is er sprake van een geringe daling en een relatieve stabilisatie ten opzichte van de snelle daling in gebruik van antibiotica over de afgelopen vijf jaren. Er blijft reden tot aandacht voor de diersectoren die nog steeds aanzienlijke aantallen bedrijven met een (systematisch) gebruik boven de signaleringswaarde of de actiewaarde hebben. Dit jaar worden voor de eerste maal de resultaten van monitoring van het antibioticumgebruik bij konijnen gehouden voor de voedselproductie gerapporteerd.

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Effecten van gebiedsgrootte op de kwaliteitsbeoordeling van Natuurgebieden : evaluatie begrenzing van beoordelingsgebieden volgens de Werkwijze Monitoring en Beoordeling van het Natuurnetwerk [Monograph]
Sanders, M.E. \ Schippers, P. \ Meeuwsen, H.A.M. \ 2017
natural areas - nature - quality - monitoring - natura 2000 - species richness - size

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De kwaliteitsbeoordeling van natuurgebieden zoals beschreven in de “Werkwijze Monitoring en Beoordeling Natuurnetwerk en Natura2000/PAS” is onder andere gebaseerd op het aantal kwalificerende soorten per beheertype en de ruimtelijke verspreiding daarvan. Deze beoordeling kan gevoelig zijn voor ruimtelijke keuzes in omvang en ligging van de beoordelingsgebieden. In dit rapport onderzoeken we de relatie tussen de grootte van de beoordelingsgebieden en de kwaliteitscriteria voor Natura 2000-gebied de Nieuwkoopse Plassen en de Veluwe. De resultaten laten zien in welke mate de beoordeling afhankelijk is van de gebiedsgrootte. Daarnaast doen we een voorstel voor een alternatieve methode voor de kwaliteitsbeoordeling die niet afhankelijk is van de gebiedsgrootte. Bij de alternatieve methode kunnen de arealen per beheertype worden opgeteld voor elke gewenst (Natura 2000-) gebied, per provincie of landelijk ongeacht de grootte en ligging van de beoordelingsgebieden.

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