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Nameprof.dr. ES Bakker
FirstnameLiesbeth
Emailliesbeth.bakker@wur.nl

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DescriptionProfessor
OrganizationDepartment of Environmental Sciences
Organization UnitWildlife Ecology and Conservation
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Secretarial phone+31 317 485 828
Phone 2
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Visiting addressDroevendaalsesteeg 3a
6708PB, WAGENINGEN
Building/Room100/D.111
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  • Lid redactie raad Bionieuws, vakblad voor biologen - Bionieuws
    Mar 2021 - Present

  • Lid wetenschappelijke klankbordgroep Waddenmozaiek - Waddenacademie
    Jan 2021 - Present

  • Lid PE&RC PhD Programme Think Tank - Graduate School Production Ecology & Resource Conservation
    Nov 2020 - Present

  • Lid wetenschappelijke adviescommissie EU project GrazeLife - Rewilding Europe
    Mar 2019 - Present

  • Lid Werkgemeenschap Levend Markermeer - Rijkswaterstaat
    Feb 2019 - Present

  • Lid wetenschappelijke klankbordgroep De Wilde Denktank - ARK Natuurontwikkeling
    Jan 2019 - Present

  • Lid stuurgroep KIMA - Kennis en Innovatie Programma Marker Wadden KIMA
    Jan 2019 - Present

  • Lid adviestafel Levenswetenschappen - Nederlandse Organisatie voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek NWO
    Jan 2018 - Jan 2024

  • Lid klankbordgroep Watermozaiek - Stichting Toegepast Onderzoek Waterbeheer STOWA
    Jan 2016 - Present

  • Voorzitter Centre for Wetland Ecology (CWE) - NIOO-KNAW
    Feb 2015 - Present

    Voorzitter Centre for Wetland Ecology (CWE), een platform van academische onderzoeksgroepen in de aquatische ecologie

  • Voorzitter Macrophyte Working Group SIL - International Society of Limnology (SIL)
    Jan 2015 - Present

  • Senior onderzoeker - KNAW
    Jun 2005 - Present


Biography

As special professor in Rewilding Ecology, I study rewilding as a novel ecosystem restoration technique. World-wide steep declines in biodiversity call for large-scale ecosystem restoration. Rewilding is an ecosystem restoration technique aiming to provide room for natural processes to steer biodiversity recovery as much as possible. Rewilding involves the restoration of water and wind dynamics and reconnection of terrestrial, freshwater and marine habitats as well as the promotion of wildlife by reducing or stopping management and re-introducing key missing engineering native species. In my work, I study the outcomes of rewilding for wildlife, biodiversity and ecosystem services as well as the effect of wildlife itself on ecosystem restoration.


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