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Intercomparison of standardized and threshold drought approaches in simulating historical drought events in EU
In this topic, you will work using a hydro-meteorological data set with historical data to analyze the drought events at the pan-European scale. The meteorological data are obtained from the observations interpolated to grid-cell  ...
Supervisor: Samuel Sutanto, Henny van Lanen
Department: Hydrology and Quantitative Water Management Group
 
Uncertainty and robustness analysis of forecasted drought in EU
Past seasonal forecast data (referred to hindcast or re-forecast) from ECMWF SEAS S4 are available at the pan-European scale. In this topic, you will carry out an uncertainty analysis of past forecasted hydro-meteorological drough ...
Supervisor: Samuel Sutanto, Henny van Lanen
Department: Hydrology and Quantitative Water Management Group
 
Dune morphodynamics at the grain scale
Dunes are wavy sediment features at the river bed that significantly increase water levels and the associated flood risk. They can reach heights up to one-third of the water depth and often dominate the flow field. Our knowledge o ...
Supervisor: Suleyman Naqshband, Timo de Ruijsscher, Ton Hoitink
Department: Hydrology and Quantitative Water Management Group
 
Longitudinal training dams: a scale model study in the lab
The hydraulic and morphological effects of implementation of a longitudinal training dam in a river. Study using a physical scale model with mobile bed in the Kraijenhoff van de Leur Laboratory for Water and Sediment Dynamics. Foc ...
Supervisor: Timo de Ruijsscher
Ton Hoitink

Department: Hydrology and Quantitative Water Management Group
 
Space-time variability of rainfall as measured with in situ and remote sensors and its effect on the catchment hydrological response
Various topics possible in this direction. The focus may be on space-time variability of rainfall, comparison of different in situ and remote sensors and/or the effect on the catchment hydrological response ...
Supervisor: Remko Uijlenhoet
Department: Hydrology and Quantitative Water Management Group
 
Global analysis of controls on evaporation
Evaporation shows considerable variability in space and time. Using a large database of observations made across the globe over different ecosystems using eddy covariance at so-called flux tower sites, you will explore how climate ...
Supervisor: Ryan Teuling
Department: Hydrology and Quantitative Water Management Group
 
Controls on water balance partitioning from the German SOilCAN lysimeter network (multiple)
The SOilCAN network, consisting of high-resolution lysimeter clusters located throughout Germany in different ecosystems and climate conditions, has been in operation for 8 years. The wealth of data can provide unprecedented insig ...
Supervisor: Ryan Teuling
Department: Hydrology and Quantitative Water Management Group
 
Real-time estimation of river bed topography for guiding future dredging activities: how to optimally merge measured and modelled bed topography for better model initialization?
In many rivers worldwide, dredging is necessary to maintain these waterways for shipping. Actual and estimated future river bed topography information is needed for both shipping (in combination with water level) and to guide fut ...
Supervisor: Abrecht Weerts (WUR/Deltares)
Kees Sloff (Deltares)

Department: Hydrology and Quantitative Water Management Group
 
Effect reservoir modelling on hydrological flood forecasting Europe/SEA
Global Hydrological modelling and forecasting (e.g. globalfloodforecast.com) can provide usefull information for relief organisation, supernational institutions (EU, UN ect). Currently, these type of hydrological models often don' ...
Supervisor: Albrecht Weerts
Department: Hydrology and Quantitative Water Management Group
 
Hydrological event verification for the Rhine
Verification of hydrological forecasts is often carried out using fixed forecast leadimes. Data from a single events are used multiple time and may therefore bias the verification results. The idea for this thesis is to develop an ...
Supervisor: Albrecht Weerts and Schalk Jan van Andel (IHE)
Department: Hydrology and Quantitative Water Management Group
 
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