Master Thesis Wageningen University

Lisa Becking (Wageningen University and IMARES) and I, together with Sea Turtle Conservation Bonaire (STCB) ; Mabel Nava, Sue Willis and Robert van Dam have shown in a recent publication that sea turtles who breed in Bonaire, Caribbean Netherlands, migrate great distances of up to 3500km to reach their foraging grounds across the Caribbean in 10 different countries. [...]

Proceedings of the international WIAS symposium, Wageningen, The Netherlands.

Since last month, a collection of over 1000 electronic, publicly available theses completed at and can be found in in the digital library. Approximately 80% of the collection is made up of master’s theses while 20% are bachelor’s theses.

The theses cover the domain of Wageningen University and Van Hall Larenstein University of Applied Sciences and concern subject areas including nutrition, human and animal health, nature, climate and living environment, energy, water, landscape or animals.

The library contains mainly recent theses, as the systematic collection of electronic theses began in 2010. Older printed theses can be found in the .


(newsletter 4-2011)


Phd Thesis Wageningen University

Koene and the WAFL 2008 Scientific Committee), Ponsen and Looijen, Wageningen, the Netherlands.

All animals are equal but some animals are more equal than others: a Cross cultural comparison of human-animal relationship in a comparative perspective in Kaiser &Lien (eds) Ethics and the Politics of Food, Wagening Academic Publisher