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Vacatures
Sollicitatie Hoofd MV lab Engels 2015

Sollicitatie Labhoofd Biotech 2015 English

Sollicitatie labhoofd Biotech 2015

Sollicitatie labhoofd Microbiovet lab 2015

Assistent houttechnoloog

Vacature final extern HR-adviseur 2016 06 20

Aangepast Vacature extern Manager Kwaliteitszorg 2017 06 13 final

Vacature EXtern PZK wet. medewerker 2016 09 29

Carrieredag Bos- en
   Natuursector

Verken je
   beroepsmogelijkheden
   in de bos- en natuursector
   Woensdag 27 juni 2012
   Meer info [pdf 1mb]  

Launch Specialist
Journal Bos en Natuur
   April 2010
   Download here [pdf 2mb]
 

Laboratorium
Laboratorium folder Januari 2014
   Januari 2014
   Download here [pdf 785Kb]
  

Reports Passed Events:
Proceedings CELOS Forest
   Management System
   (7 April 2006)
Seminar about Land use and
   Amazon Initiative
   (7 March 2006)
 
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Agro Experiments Sites
Biodiversity Bigi Pan
   (MUMA)

Composting
Edible Mushrooms
GUYAGROFOR
TEAM

Projects & Experiments: Experiments
Here you can find the research programs that are still in progress within Celos

AGRO EXPERIMENT SITES
Project I. A feasibility study on the completely mechanized cultivation on small farm scale of some specific annual crops, suitable for rain-fed arable sandy-loam and loamysand soils of the Zanderij formation, based on field research. [read more]


BIODIVERSITY AND ECONOMIC VALUATION OF THE
BIGI PAN MULTIPLE USE MANAGEMENT AREA

In July 2004 a research project of CELOS and the Faculty of Technology was funded by
the Suriname Conservation Foundation (SCF).
Objective
The project aims at collecting data on the existing economic activities undertaken in the
area, and trying to design models to determine the economic value. In addition, the biodiversity (vegetation and commercial fish) is studied in relation to the
existing hydrology, water quality and the land use. Essentially, the Bigi Pan Wetland comprises of complex interrelationships. Intraspecific and interspecific interactions occurring between faunal species and their relationships with their environment characterize this wetland. At present the two most economically valuable faunal groups are Fish and Birds. The related food webs, the seasonal hot and wet seasons, the hydrological aspects of the area, the vegetative cover and anthropogenic effects all impact on the carrying capacity of the Bigi Pan for the economically viable industries of fishing and tourism. [read more]



COMPOSTING
CELOS is experimenting with different compositions of compost to recommend farmers when using organic fertilizers, based on what basic material they have in their immediate
surroundings. In collaboration with the department of Plant Propagation, two
compost heaps where made at the CELOS plant. [read more]



EDIBLE MUSHROOM RESEARCH AT CELOS
The research of the cultivation of edible mushrooms suitable for the climate of Suriname, started long ago, but with the building of an indoor cultivation chamber in 2002 the experiments took a more serious turn. [read more]


GUYAGROFOR PROJECT

Project facts
Project duration: Nov. 1st 2004 Oct 31st 2008.
Location: Brazil, Suriname, Venezuela
FUNDED BY:  European Union, Dutch government
The problem
Since the past century Indigenous and Maroon communities in the rainforest of Suriname, Brazil and Venezuela (population almost 25 million in total) have been facing increased pressures on their community lands. These pressures where caused by expanding economic activities like land settlement schemes, large dams, roads, mining (bauxite, gold), timber logging, bio-prospecting, industrial fishing and farming, eco tourism and imposed conservation projects. [read more]


Team Project
CELOS is coordinating the Tropical Ecological Assessment and Monitoring (TEAM) initiative in Suriname http://www.teaminitiative.org, a 10-year-long research project under auspices of the Center for Applied Biodiversity Science (CABS), a division of the non-profit biodiversity NGO Conservation International (CI). The research is conducted in 1.6 million ha Central Suriname Nature Reserve (CSNR), established in 17th June 1998 and recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site on 29th November 2000. [read more]

 

 

 

 

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