Succesful restoration of oyster reefs and mussel banks by using BESE-elements
BESE-elements reduce wave heights up to 60%, compared to bare tidal flats, despite being placed in a highly exposed area
Ben Gilby et al. measured the effects of a 1.5 ha shellfish reef restoration site on fish assemblages in Pumicestone Passage in eastern Australia.
European researchers studied the natural establishment of salt marsh vegetation as inspiration for new restoration techniques. The study focused on...
A team of European researchers tested techniques that can help restore positive feedbacks in seagrass recovery. They trialed co-restoration with...
German broadcaster 3sat casted a documentary featuring BESE!
We studied bivalves and marshes and demonstrated enhancement of reef establishment with stable artifical biodegradable substrates (BESE-elements).