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    Natuurbeleid betwist : Visies op de legitimiteit van het natuurbeleid
    Buijs, Arjen - \ 2020
    Beleidsworkship LNV
    Quantifying solvent action in oil paint using portable laser speckle imaging
    Baij, Lambert ; Buijs, Jesse ; Hermans, Joen J. ; Raven, Laura ; Iedema, Piet D. ; Keune, Katrien ; Sprakel, Joris - \ 2020
    Scientific Reports 10 (2020)1. - ISSN 2045-2322

    The exposure of oil paintings to organic solvents for varnish removal or to water for the removal of surface dirt can affect the chemical and physical properties of oil paint in an undesired way. Solvents can temporarily plasticise and swell the polymerised oil paint binding medium, enhancing both the thermal mobility and mechanical displacement of pigments embedded in this film. The enhancement of these microscopic motions can affect both the chemical and physical stability of the object as a whole. In order to minimise solvent exposure during cleaning, an analytical method that can quantitatively measure the microscopic motions induced by solvent uptake, is required first. In this study, we use Fourier Transform Laser Speckle Imaging (FT-LSI) and a newly developed portable FT-LSI setup as highly resolved motion detection instruments. We employ FT-LSI to probe pigment motion, with high spatiotemporal resolution, as a proxy for the destabilising effects of cleaning solvents. In this way, we can study solvent diffusion and evaporation rates and the total solvent retention time. In addition, qualitative spatial information on the spreading and homogeneity of the applied solvent is obtained. We study mobility in paint films caused by air humidity, spreading of solvents as a result of several cleaning methods and the protective capabilities of varnish. Our results show that FT-LSI is a powerful technique for the study of solvent penetration during oil paint cleaning and has a high potential for future use in the conservation studio.

    "Hoe houden we de herontdekking van de natuur in leven?"
    Buijs, Arjen - \ 2020
    nature - experiential value - natural areas - Netherlands - leisure
    Wat typeert de duurzame doeners?
    Buijs, Arjen - \ 2020
    Lerende evaluatie van het Natuurpact 2020 : Gezamenlijk de puzzel leggen voor natuur, economie en maatschappij: tweede rapportage
    Folkert, Rob ; Bouwma, Irene ; Kuindersma, Wiebren ; Hoek, Dirk-Jan van der; Gerritsen, Alwin ; Kunseler, Eva ; Buijs, Arjen ; Broekhoven, Saskia van; Knegt, Bart de; Aalbers, Carmen ; Kamphorst, Dana ; Doren, Didi van; Klaassen, Pim ; Wit-de Vries, Esther de; Roelofsen, Hans ; Agricola, Herman ; Os, Jaap van; Frissel, Joep ; Donders, Josine ; Verwoerd, Lisa ; Giesen, Paul ; Sanders, Marlies ; Goossen, Martin ; Nuesink, Nienke ; Arnouts, Rikke ; Boer, Tineke de; Dam, Rosalie van - \ 2020
    Den Haag : PBL Planbureau voor de Leefomgeving (PBL-publicatie 3852) - 183
    Provinciaal beleid voor maatschappelijke betrokkenheid bij natuur - het beleid nader bekeken in 8 casussen : Achtergrondstudie bij de Tweede Lerende Evaluatie Natuurpact
    Bouwma, Irene ; Kamphorst, Dana ; Doren, Didi van; Boer, Tineke de; Buijs, Arjen ; Goossen, Martin ; Donders, Josine ; Frissel, Joep ; Broekhoven, Saskia van; Mensink, Viktor ; Zee, Friso van der - \ 2020
    Wageningen : Wettelijke Onderzoekstaken Natuur & Milieu (WOt-technical report 175) - 152
    Since 2013 the provincial governments have further developed their policies for strengthening social engagement with nature. This study is part of the Second Reflexive Evaluation of the Nature Pact and examined provincial policy strategies for stimulating social engagement with nature. The study examined eight cases involving volunteers, citizens’ initiatives, social care and recreation in eight provinces. The cases analysed the provincial policy programmes and regulations concerning social engagement. From interviews and a document analysis a picture was compiled of stakeholders’ expectations regarding the policies and goals. The outcomes of the policies and experiences of those involved were then assessed in the light of these expectations.
    Natuurbeleid betwist : Visies op legitimiteit en natuurbeleid
    Buijs, A.E. ; Boonstra, F.G. - \ 2020
    Zeist : KNNV uitgeverij - ISBN 9789050117456 - 220 p.
    Wat is legitimiteit?
    Buijs, A.E. ; Mattijssen, T.J.M. ; Boonstra, F.G. - \ 2020
    In: Natuurbeleid betwist / Buijs, Arjen, Boonstra, Froukje, Zeist : KNNV uitgeverij - ISBN 9789050117456 - p. 19 - 28.
    Inleiding
    Buijs, A.E. ; Boonstra, F.G. ; Mattijssen, T.J.M. - \ 2020
    In: Natuurbeleid betwist / Buijs, Arjen, Boonstra, Froukje, Zeist : KNNV uitgeverij - ISBN 9789050117456 - p. 9 - 18.
    Tot slot: Meervoudige legitimiteit en het belang van een mens-inclusief natuurverhaal
    Buijs, A.E. ; Boonstra, F.G. - \ 2020
    In: Natuurbeleid betwist / Buijs, A., Boonstra, F., Zeist : KNNV uitgeverij - ISBN 9789050117456 - p. 182 - 198.
    Een museum in de wildernis
    Behagel, J.H. ; Turnhout, E. - \ 2020
    In: Natuurbeleid betwist / Buijs, A., Boonstra, F., Zeist : KNNV uitgeverij - ISBN 9789050117456 - p. 135 - 144.
    De meervoudige legitimiteit van sturing op biodiversiteitsherstel in het agrarisch landschap: spanningen en synergiën
    Runhaar, Hens - \ 2020
    In: Natuurbeleid betwist / Buijs, A., Boonstra, F., Zeist : KNNV uitgeverij - ISBN 9789050117456 - p. 158 - 169.
    Defining urban open space governance and management
    Jansson, Märit ; Vogel, Nina ; Fors, Hanna ; Dempsey, Nicola ; Buijs, A.E. ; Randrup, T.B. - \ 2020
    In: Urban Open Space Governance and Management / Jansson, Märit, Randrup, Thomas B., Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group - ISBN 9780367173036 - 19 p.
    This chapter introduces and defines central terms needed to understand and discuss contemporary urban open space (UOS) governance and management. It discusses how governance and management already are, and can increasingly become, related to each other in practice. It describes theoretical models, including ‘strategic management’ and the ‘combined governance and management model’. It also provides examples illustrating self-governance, open co-governance and closed co-governance, which are useful to the understanding and development of UOS governance and management. Finally, it contextualises the combined approach to governance and management as a way to promote strategic and inclusive development, responding to current crisis and trends, which increase pressure on UOS.
    Moving beyond the nature-based solutions discourse: introducing nature-based thinking
    Randrup, T.B. ; Buijs, A.E. ; Konijnendijk, C.C. ; Wild, Tom - \ 2020
    Urban Ecosystems 23 (2020). - ISSN 1083-8155 - p. 919 - 926.
    Suites of concepts and approaches have been launched during recent years to promote urban nature and greener cities. However, it is doubtable whether tinkering within the current economic and political system can provide adequate solutions. Nature-based Solutions can be seen as a new conceptual approach to the human-ecological connection, and as an outcome of an evolutionary development of socio-ecological concepts. In this Communication, we argue for drawing up inspiration by nature as an outset for the development of more sustainable and inclusive cities, balancing anthropocentric and ecocentric values and acknowledging the importance of the social and governance dimensions in a more balanced socio-ecological perspective. We call this approach Nature-based Thinking.
    Dormancy cycling: Translation related transcripts are the main difference between dormant and non‐dormant seeds in the field
    Buijs, G. ; Vogelzang, Afke ; Nijveen, H. ; Bentsink, L. - \ 2020
    The Plant Journal 102 (2020)2. - ISSN 0960-7412 - p. 327 - 339.
    Primary seed dormancy is a mechanism that orchestrates the timing of seed germination in order to prevent out‐of‐season germination. Secondary dormancy can be induced in imbibed seeds when they encounter prolonged unfavourable conditions. Secondary dormancy is not induced during dry storage, therefore the mechanisms underlying this process have remained largely unexplored. Here, a two‐year seed burial experiment in which dormancy cycling was studied at the physiological and transcriptional level is presented. For these analyses six different Arabidopsis thaliana genotypes were used, Landsberg erecta (Ler) and the dormancy associated DELAY OF GERMINATION (DOG) Near Isogenic Lines 1, 2, 3, 6 and 22 (NILDOG1, 2, 3, 6 and 22). The germination potential of seeds exhumed from the field showed that these seeds go through dormancy cycling and that the dynamics of this cycling is genotype‐dependent. RNA‐seq analysis revealed large transcriptional changes during dormancy cycling, especially at the time‐points preceding shifts in dormancy status. Dormancy cycling is driven by the soil temperature and the endosperm is important in perception of the environment. Genes that are upregulated in the low‐ to non‐dormant stages are enriched for genes involved in translation, indicating that the non‐dormant seeds are prepared for rapid seed germination.
    Health and welfare of rabbits farmed in different production systems
    Saxmose Nielsen, Søren ; Alvarez, Julio ; Bicout, Dominique Joseph ; Calistri, Paolo ; Depner, Klaus ; Drewe, Julian Ashley ; Garin‐bastuji, Bruno ; Gonzales Rojas, Jose Luis ; Gortázar Schmidt, Christian ; Michel, Virginie ; Miranda Chueca, Miguel Ángel ; Roberts, Helen Clare ; Sihvonen, Liisa Helena ; Spoolder, Hans ; Stahl, Karl ; Velarde Calvo, Antonio ; Viltrop, Arvo ; Buijs, Stephanie ; Edwards, Sandra ; Candiani, Denise ; Mosbach‐schulz, Olaf ; Stede, Yves Van Der; Winckler, Christoph - \ 2019
    EFSA Journal 18 (2019)1. - ISSN 1831-4732 - 96 p.
    animal welfare - animal production - rabbits - animal housing - animal behaviour - animal health
    The AGRI committee of the European Parliament requested EFSA to assess the welfare of rabbits farmed in different production systems, including organic production, and to update its 2005 scientific opinion about the health and welfare of rabbits kept for meat production. Considering reproducing does, kits and growing rabbits, this scientific opinion focusses on six different housing systems, namely conventional cages, structurally enriched cages, elevated pens, floor pens, outdoor/partially outdoor systems and organic systems. To compare the level of welfare in the different housing systems and rabbit categories, welfare impact scores for 20 welfare consequences identified from the literature were calculated, taking their occurrence, duration and severity into account. Based on the overall welfare impact score (sum of scores for the single welfare consequences), obtained via a 2-step expert knowledge elicitation process, the welfare of reproducing does is likely (certainty 66–90%) to be lower in conventional cages compared to the five other housing systems. In addition, it is likely to extremely likely (certainty 66–99%) that the welfare of kits is lower in outdoor systems compared to the other systems and that the welfare is higher in elevated pens than in the other systems. Finally, it is likely to extremely likely (certainty 66–99%) that the welfare of growing rabbits is lower in conventional cages compared to the other systems and that the welfare is higher in elevated pens than in the other systems. Ranking of the welfare consequences allowed an analysis of the main welfare consequences within each system and rabbit category. It was concluded that for reproducing does, as well as growing rabbits, welfare consequences related to behavioural restrictions were more prominent in conventional cages, elevated pens and enriched cages, whereas those related to health problems were more important in floor pens, outdoor and organic systems. Housing in organic rabbit farming is diverse, which can result in different welfare consequences, but the overall welfare impact scores suggest that welfare in organic systems is generally good.
    Vooronderstellingen maatschappelijke betrokkenheid en legitimiteit natuurbeleid. : Tussenrapportage WOT-04-010-037.08
    Buijs, A.E. ; Boonstra, F.G. - \ 2019
    Maatschappelijke betrokkenheid - casus onderzoek. : Tussenrapportage WOT-04-010-034.60
    Bouwma, I.M. ; Kamphorst, D.A. ; Doren, D. van; Boer, T.A. de; Buijs, A.E. ; Goossen, C.M. ; Donders, J.L.M. ; Frissel, J.Y. ; Broekhuizen, S. - \ 2019
    Burgers voor natuur : Hoe burgers bijdragen aan een transitie naar een natuurinclusieve samenleving
    Buijs, A.E. ; Mattijssen, T.J.M. ; Smits, M.J.W. ; Dam, R.I. van - \ 2019
    Wageningen University & Research (Policy paper Citizens for Biodiversity ) - 17 p.
    The Transformative Potential of Active Citizenship: Understanding Changes in Local Governance Practices
    Mattijssen, Thomas J.M. ; Buijs, Arjen A.E. ; Elands, Birgit H.M. ; Arts, Bas J.M. ; Dam, Rosalie I. van; Donders, Josine L.M. - \ 2019
    Sustainability 11 (2019)20. - ISSN 2071-1050 - p. 5781 - 5781.
    This paper focuses on understanding the transformative potential of active citizenship in green space governance. Through an in-depth case study, we show how citizens promoted the redevelopment of a brownfield into a green space, but eventually also contributed towards a broader co-creative shift in local governance. In this process, we highlight how a shift in citizens’ activities from contestation towards collaboration led to the uptake of citizen-driven discourses and activities in spatial planning. The social connectivity between governance practices is of key importance in this transformation—successful governance practices that involve active citizens can inspire others. Even so, transformation is often a slow and path-dependent process which also depends on an enabling policy environment. Cooperating with authorities provides citizens with power, but also requires alignment with official rules. Creating and maintaining effective partnerships will remain a challenge for citizens and policymakers that strive for societal transformations.
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