Rottum (island group)
Rottumeroog in 2005
Map of the three islands of Rottum (2013)
|Location||Eemsmond, Groningen, Netherlands|
|Area||7,400 ha (18,000 acres)|
Rottum (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈrɔtɵm]) is a nature reserve in the Wadden Sea in the Netherlands. It consists of the three West Frisian Islands Rottumerplaat, Rottumeroog, and Zuiderduintjes. As a nature reserve, Rottum receives highest protection status under Dutch Law, admission to the islands is restricted. The Dutch Ministry of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality and the government organisations Rijkswaterstaat and Staatsbosbeheer share responsibility for the nature reserve.
- Beheerregeling Rottum, Beheer en Adviescommissie Kustverdediging Rottumeroog en Rottumerplaat, 2006, 50pp.
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