German Bight (German: Deutsche Bucht; Danish: Tyske Bugt; Dutch: Duitse Bocht; West Frisian: Dútske bocht) is the south-eastern bight of the North Sea bounded by the Netherlands and Germany to the south, and Denmark and Germany to the east. [Wikipedia]
Press report about Germany's first offshore windfarm, the technology used and ecological aspects.
History and presence of the language spoken along the south eastern shore of the North Sea.
Frisian Islands - Wikipedia
The Frisian Islands, also known as the Wadden Islands or Wadden Sea Islands, form an archipelago at the eastern edge of the North Sea.
International Wadden Sea School
A practical guide to Wadden Sea vocabulary in English, German, Danish und Dutch available for download. [PDF]
Trilateral Wadden Sea Cooperation - CWSS Homepage
The Dutch-German-Danish Trilateral Cooperation on the Protection of the Wadden Sea: Latest News, Events, Wadden Sea Plan, Seal Management, Trilateral Monitoring and Assessment Program (TMAP), Inter-Regional Cooperation.
The Wadden Sea
The UNESCO World Heritage Centre describes the region and shows a list of the 890 World Heritage properties.
Wadden Sea Forum
Independent platform of stakeholders from the Wadden Sea Region. The WSF consists of representatives of the sectors Agriculture, Energy, Fisheries, Industry and Harbour, Nature Protection, Tourism, as well as local and regional governments.
Wadden Sea Station Sylt
Presentation of the german Alfred Wegener Institute (AWI) for Polar and Marine Research in the Helmholtz Association.
Wadden Sea World Heritage
The wadden region was formed during the post-glacial period, around 7000 years ago. It reaches from The Netherlands to Denmark.
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