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    A nature inclusive vision for Bonaire in 2050
    Verweij, Peter ; Cormont, Anouk ; Nel, Jeanne ; Rooij, Bertram de; Jones-Walters, Lawrence ; Slijkerman, Diana ; Soma, Katrine ; Eurpen, Michiel van; Pourier, Sherwin ; Coolen, Quirijn ; Mone, Ghislaine ; Bervoets, Tadzio ; Clarenda, Julianka ; Slobbe, Frank van; Christiaan, Danilo ; Meyer, Kalli de; Vries, Yoeri de; Eleana, Reynolds ; Hoetjes, Paul ; Meijer-Sedney, Esther ; Velden, Henk van de; Bertuol, Paulo ; Eckrich, Caren ; Engel, Sabine ; Francisca, Roxanne-Liana ; Wolf, Wijnand de; Beukeboom, Elsmarie ; Cranston, Cristely ; Almenkerk, Jan Jaap van; Baren, Pieter van; Debrot, Dolfi ; Janssen, John ; Hennen, Wil ; Henkens, Rene ; Mücher, Sander ; vd Geest, Matthijs ; Selnes, Trond ; Dominguez Teles, Iago - \ 2020
    Wageningen : Wageningen Environmental Research (Wageningen Environmental Research report 3023) - 41
    Sunscreens damage coral
    Slijkerman, Diana - \ 2020
    Tracking digital footprints in Bonaire’s landscapes : spatial distribution and characterization of tourists on Bonaire using social media
    Slijkerman, Diana ; Wal, Jan Tjalling van der; Vries, Pepijn de; Verweij, Peter - \ 2020
    Den Helder : Wageningen Marine Research (Wageningen Marine Research rapport C052/20) - 32
    Adding insult to injury: Effects of chronic oxybenzone exposure and elevated temperature on two reef-building corals
    Wijgerde, Tim ; Ballegooijen, Mike Van; Nijland, Reindert ; Loos, Luna Van Der; Kwadijk, Christiaan ; Osinga, Ronald ; Murk, Albertinka ; Slijkerman, Diana - \ 2020
    Science of the Total Environment 733 (2020). - ISSN 0048-9697 - p. 139030 - 139030.
    Oxybenzone - benzophenone-3 - acropora tenuis - Stylophora pistillata - Climate change - PSII yeild - microbiome
    Coral bleaching due to global warming currently is the largest threat to coral reefs, which may be exacerbated by altered water quality. Elevated levels of the UV filter oxybenzone in coastal waters as a result of sunscreen use have recently been demonstrated. We studied the effect of chronic oxybenzone exposure and elevated water temperature on coral health. Microcolonies of Stylophora pistillata and Acropora tenuis were cultured in 20 flow-through aquaria, of which 10 were exposed to oxybenzone at a field-relevant concentration of ~0.06 μg L−1 at 26 °C. After two weeks, half of the corals experienced a heat wave culminating at 33 °C. All S. pistillata colonies survived the heat wave, although heat reduced growth and zooxanthellae density, irrespective of oxybenzone. Acropora tenuis survival decreased to 0% at 32 °C, and oxybenzone accelerated mortality. Oxybenzone and heat significantly impacted photosynthetic yield in both species, causing a 5% and 22–33% decrease, respectively. In addition, combined oxybenzone and temperature stress altered the abundance of five bacterial families in the microbiome of S. pistillata. Our results suggest that oxybenzone adds insult to injury by further weakening corals in the face of global warming.
    Convention on biological diversity : Sixth national report of the Kingdom of the Netherlands
    Sanders, M.E. ; Henkens, R.J.H.G. ; Slijkerman, D.M.E. - \ 2019
    Wageningen : Statutory Research Tasks Unit for Nature & the Environment (WOt technical report 156) - 136
    The Netherlands is one of the most densely populated countries in the world. Most of the country’s land area is highly productive agricultural land. There is little or no area of natural ecosystem that could be called pristine,although high biodiversity values are certainly found. TheKingdom of the Netherlands also comprises six Caribbeanislands with, among other things, tropical rainforests,mangrove forests and coral reefs. The main cause of the long-term decline biodiversity has been the intensification of agricultural production, including the reclamation of semi-natural areas, the drainage of wet areas, the use of artificial fertilizer, etc. But also unsustainable fishing,pollution, overgrazing, climate change and invasive alien species cause a decline in biodiversity. To reverse this decline, the Netherlands has prepared and implemented action plans and targets for biodiversity since 1990. This report presents the most important efforts to achieve the biodiversity targets.
    Nexus interventions for small tropical islands: case study Bonaire
    Geest, Matthijs van der; Slijkerman, D.M.E. ; Mücher, C.A. ; Debrot, A.O. ; Burg, S.W.K. van den; Dominguez Teles, I. ; Henkens, R.J.H.G. ; Ghasemi, Nafiseh ; Kramer, H. ; Meijninger, W.M.L. ; Lotz, L.A.P. - \ 2019
    Wageningen Marine Research - 85 p.
    Nexus interventions for small tropical islands: case study Bonaire : Introduction
    Geest, Matthijs van der; Slijkerman, D.M.E. - \ 2019
    Wageningen Marine Research - 8 p.
    Nexus interventions for small tropical islands: case study Bonaire : Food from the Land
    Geest, Matthijs van der; Slijkerman, D.M.E. - \ 2019
    Wageningen Marine Research - 10 p.
    Nexus interventions for small tropical islands: case study Bonaire : Water
    Slijkerman, D.M.E. ; Geest, Matthijs van der; Debrot, A.O. - \ 2019
    Wageningen Marine Research - 9 p.
    Overdosis zonnebrandcrème funest voor koraal rond Bonaire
    Slijkerman, D.M.E. - \ 2019
    Onderzoek toont aan: koraalriffen hebben last van sommige zonnebrandcremes
    Slijkerman, D.M.E. - \ 2019
    Sunscreen ecoproducts : Product claims, potential effects and environmental risks of applied UV filters
    Slijkerman, D.M.E. ; Keur, M. - \ 2018
    Den Helder : Wageningen Marine Research (Wageningen Marine Research report C056/18) - 75
    An environmental risk assessment of three organic UV-filters at Lac Bay, Bonaire, Southern Caribbean
    Schaap, Iris ; Slijkerman, Diana M.E. - \ 2018
    Marine Pollution Bulletin 135 (2018). - ISSN 0025-326X - p. 490 - 495.
    Octocrylene - Oxybenzone - Sunscreen products - Tourism - UV filters

    Although organic UV filters (OUVFs) benefit human health by preventing skin burns and cancer, several studies revealed that organic UV filters can induce developmental and reproductive toxicity to aquatic organisms. Discharge of OUVFs occurs predominantly at marine recreational hotspots, such as Lac Bay, Bonaire, and is predicted to increase significantly due to growing tourism worldwide. Unfortunately, there is no insight what the current and future discharge of OUVF at Lac Bay is. Therefore, this study aimed to 1) measure concentrations and estimate the risk of specific OUVFs to different nursery habitats at Lac Bay, and 2) compare measured and predicted concentration based risk assessment outcome. Results showed that at least one of the three nurseries at Lac Bay had a potential for adverse effects. Furthermore, predicted environmental concentrations of UV filter discharge can be applied to gain more insight in the order of extent of OUVF discharge by marine tourism.

    UV filter pollution Bonaire by tourism : Lac Bay monitoring and survey results 2017
    Slijkerman, Diana ; Bol, Sharon - \ 2018
    Den Helder : Wageningen Marine Research (Wageningen Marine Research report C023/18) - 36
    Zonnebrandcrème schaadt koraal Bonaire
    Slijkerman, D.M.E. - \ 2018
    Effecten van nanoplastics in het mariene milieu getest in mesocosms
    Foekema, E.M. ; Slijkerman, D.M.E. ; Sonneveld, C. ; Weide, B.E. van der; Wei, Y. - \ 2017
    Den Helder : Wageningen Marine Research (Wageningen Marine Research rapport C107/17) - 44
    Description of the Outstanding Universal Value (OUV) of the Proposed Marine Nomination Properties of the Bonaire and Curaçao Marine Parks (BCMP)
    Debrot, Dolfi ; Langley, Josephine ; Vermeij, Mark ; Slijkerman, Diana ; Jongbloed, Ruud ; Beek, Ingrid van; Freitas, John de; Pors, Leon ; Jak, Robert ; Rockmann, Christine ; Cremer, Jenny - \ 2017
    Den Helder : Wageningen Marine Research (Wageningen Marine Research report C003/18) - 184
    Effecten van visvriendelijke maatregelen op de glasaalindex bij Den Oever
    Slijkerman, D.M.E. ; Foekema, E.M. ; Vries, P. de - \ 2017
    Den Helder : Wageningen Marine Research (Wageningen Marine Research rapport C109/17) - 48
    Sunscreen debate: Are sunscreens impacting our reefs?
    Slijkerman, Diana - \ 2017
    Are sunscreen products harmful to Bonaire's ecosystems? : The Reef: Sunscreen Awareness Bonaire
    Slijkerman, D.M.E. - \ 2017
    Wageningen Marine Research
    Dr. Diana Slijkerman of Wageningen Marine Research was on Bonaire last November to study the presence of potentially harmful sunscreens. She took water samples of Lac Bay and conducted a survey among visitors from cruise ships on the beach.
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