European scientists at universities, nature conservation agencies and government organisations have been active in research, restoration and protection of the European flat oyster for several years now. Currently, restoration projects are carried out in England, Scotland, Ireland, the Netherlands and Germany.

Croatia

University of Dubrovnik

Mediterranean region

Kruno Bonačić
kruno.bonacic@unidu.hr

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England

ENORI

Essex Native Oyster Restoration Initiative
Zoological Society of London

Alison Debney
essexnativeoyster@zsl.org

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England

Solent Oyster

Blue Marine Foundation (BLUE)

Jacob Kean-Hammerson
jacob@bluemarinefoundation.com

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France

FOREVER

Flat Oyster REcoVERy

CRC Bretagne Sud: Sonia Gachelin
sonia.gachelin@huitres-de- bretagne.com

Ifremer: Stéphane Pouvreau
stephane.pouvreau@ifremer.fr

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Germany

PROCEED

Restoration of the native European oyster Ostrea edulis in the North Sea
Alfred-Wegener-Institut, Helmholtz-Zentrum für Polar- und Meeresforschung (AWI)

Dr. Bernadette Pogoda
bernadette.pogoda@awi.de

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Germany

RESTORE

Restoration of the native European oyster Ostrea edulis in the North Sea
Alfred-Wegener-Institut, Helmholtz-Zentrum für Polar- und Meeresforschung (AWI)

Dr. Bernadette Pogoda
bernadette.pogoda@awi.de

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Ireland

Galway Bay

Cuan Beo Environmental CLG

Alec Reid
alec@cuanbeo.com

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Scotland

DEEP

The Dornoch Environmental Enhancement Project
Heriot-Watt University

Dr Bill Sanderson
w.g.sanderson@hw.ac.uk

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Sweden

The bivalve project

IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute

Åsa Strand
asa.strand@ivl.se

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The Netherlands

Borkum Stones

WWF Netherlands

Emilie Reuchlin-Hugenholtz
ereuchlin@wwf.nl

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The Netherlands

Voordelta

Ark Natuurontwikkeling and WWF Netherlands

Karel van den Wijngaard
karel.vandenwijngaard@ark.eu

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The Netherlands

Wadden Sea

Bureau Waardenburg

Hein Sas
hsas@xs4all.nl

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