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Water balance, soil moisture distribution and crop water status under drip irrigation.
Country: The Netherlands Host institute: WUR & Royal Eijkelkamp Begin date: First quarter 2021 End date: Third quarter 2021 Problem context In recent years the Netherlands had a serious rainfall deficit during the summer a ...
Supervisor: Angel de Miguel Garcia, Gerlo Borghuis
Department: Water Resources Management group
 
African Farmer led Irrigation Development
Country: various countries in Africa Host institute: various institutes Period: open Problem context Farmer-led Irrigation Development, in which farmers drive the establishment, improvement, and/or expansion of irrigated agr ...
Supervisor: Gert Jan Veldwisch
Department: Water Resources Management group
 
Seeding water: the socio-hydrological linkages of managed aquifer recharge
Country: Oaxaca, Mexico Host institute: Ecothropic Period: open Project Summary: In Zapotec communities of Mexico, the rivers, and then the wells, went dry. Without water, there was no work, forcing people to migrate. The com ...
Supervisor: Jaime Hoogesteger and Britt Basel
Department: Water Resources Management group
 
Reducing water usage and NOx emission: A “two-in-one” approach using drip irrigation and drip nitrogen fertigation
Country: Netherlands Host institute: MegaGroup Trade Holding B.V. Period: tbd Project type: thesis or internship Problem context Irrigation and fertilization are regarded as the key components when it comes to crop cultiva ...
Supervisor: Harm Boesveld, Rhaphael Kiran
Department: Water Resources Management group
 
Smart farm management: perspectives on sensoring technologies
Country: The Netherlands Host institute: WUR & Royal Eijkelkamp Begin date: First quarter 2021 End date: Third quarter 2021 Problem context With increasing droughts in the Netherlands, it becomes urgent to re-think on-far ...
Supervisor: Gerlo Borghuis and/or Saskia van der Kooij
Department: Water Resources Management group
 
Analysing the role of drought in research on Sustainable Development Goals
Problem context: The main tools used to monitor and mitigate droughts are Drought Early Warning Systems (DEWS). They rely on indices that depict accurately the climatic and hydrological aspects of drought but do not encompass yet ...
Supervisor: Sarra Kchouk, Lieke Melsen, Pieter van Oel
Department: Water Resources Management group
 
Benefits of drought for irrigated farmers
Start date flexible but some field work of 2-3 months in Brazil should take place between February and June 2022. Problem context: Drought is one of the main hazards affecting humans. Agriculture is one of the first activities ...
Supervisor: Sarra Kchouk, Pieter van Oel
Department: Water Resources Management group
 
Disputed hydrosocial territories and flooding hazards in Guatemala: largescale mining, indigenous communities and citizen alliances
Host institute(s): Municipality of Quetzaltenango Country: Guatemala Period: open Project type: Master thesis for 1 or 2 students Problem context In the Palajunoj valley near Quetzaltenango city, Guatemala, three large grav ...
Supervisor: Prof. Rutgerd Boelens & Dr. Jeroen Vos
Department: Water Resources Management group
 
Understanding the influence of remote sensing classification methods on smallholder irrigation in Mozambique
Country: Mozambique Host institute: Resiliencia Problem context Smallholder irrigation is seen as a useful approach to improve agricultural productivity, increase food security, reduce poverty and increase resilience to clima ...
Supervisor: Gert Jan Veldwisch, Alex Bolding
Department: Water Resources Management group
 
Irrigation strategy in pear
Country: The Netherlands Host institute : Applied Plant Research/Wageningen UR Problem context Pear fruits are very susceptible for drought stress which will have a great impact on the fruit size and fruit development. Expect ...
Supervisor: Harm Boesveld (WRM)
Rien van der Maas (Applied Plant Research WUR)

Department: Water Resources Management group
 
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