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The water cost of large-scale afforestation
Forest have a strong impact on hydrology. With proposed plans for large-scale afforestation to combat rising CO2 levels, an assessment of the impact of such plans on water resources is needed. Using a newly compiled dataset, you w ...
Supervisor: Ryan Teuling
Anne Hoek van Dijke

Department: Hydrology and Quantitative Water Management Group
 
Can hydrological models & machine learning techniques be used to support humanitarian decison making in data scarce areas?
The red cross crescent climate center is developig forecast based finance (fbf) pilots. Forecast based financing aims to release funds prior to a flooding event to be able to reduce impacts. However in data scarce areas one oft ...
Supervisor: AH Weerts WUR/Deltares, Pablo Suarez Red Cross Crescent Climate Center
Department: Hydrology and Quantitative Water Management Group
 
Can we predict drought impacts during the drought year 2018?
The year 2018 was one of the most severe drought years in Europe. Impacts were tremendous and affected many sectors, such as high price in transportation cost, energy price, and lost in crop yields and livestock. To forecast the i ...
Supervisor: Samuel Sutanto and Lieke Melsen
Department: Hydrology and Quantitative Water Management Group
 
Drought forecasting in the Hupsel Brook Catchment during European drought 2018
You will use the well-calibrated WALRUS model in the Hupsel Brook catchment to analyse the recent hydrological droughts. The standardized drought indices and threshold method will be applied to some forecasted hydrological variabl ...
Supervisor: Samuel Sutanto and Claudia Brauer
Department: Hydrology and Quantitative Water Management Group
 
Using temperature-depth profiles to map groundwater recharge conditions on the Veluwe
Temperature-depth profiling in boreholes has proven to be a relatively novel, cheap and powerful technique to evaluate groundwater recharge conditions. This work which involves a combination of fieldwork and numerical modelling bu ...
Supervisor: Victor Bense (victor.bense@wur.nl)
Department: Hydrology and Quantitative Water Management Group
 
Validation of recharge modelling through transient groundwater modelling of the Rhine/Meuse River at high resolution
A recent study into the use of pedotransfer functions, regionalization techniques and wflow_sbm (simplified bucket model) hydrologic model concept of the Rhine and Meuse have resulted in a high resolution (uncalibrated) hydrologic ...
Supervisor: Albrecht Weerts & Victor Bense
Department: Hydrology and Quantitative Water Management Group
 
European radar rainfall climatology (@KNMI or @HWM)
Precipitation is a key meteorological and hydrological variable and the pan-European trend toward more frequent and severe extreme precipitation events is unequivocal. This calls for accurate rainfall information at high spatiotem ...
Supervisor: Aart Overeem and Remko Uijlenhoet
Department: Hydrology and Quantitative Water Management Group
 
Improving radar rainfall estimates over the Netherlands (@KNMI or @HWM)
KNMI's ground-based weather radars provide 5-min rainfall information at a 1-km spatial grid. This is e.g. useful for water management. However, several sources of errors often lead to severe underestimation of rainfall at the Ear ...
Supervisor: Aart Overeem and Remko Uijlenhoet (and possibly Hidde Leijnse, KNMI)
Department: Hydrology and Quantitative Water Management Group
 
Optimal Real Time Control (RTC) of multipurpose reservoirs in Thailand
You will apply the Real-Time Control Tools (RTC-Tools) developed by Deltares to the multipurpose reservoirs in the Greater Chao Praya Basin (Thailand) and explore its performance on finding optimal solutions/operations for prevent ...
Supervisor: Chanoknun Wannasin, Albrecht Weerts, Claudia Brauer
Department: Hydrology and Quantitative Water Management Group
 
Upscaling commercial microwave link rainfall estimation to developing regions (@KNMI or @HWM)
Commercial microwave links (CMLs) from cellular communication networks can be used for rainfall monitoring. This has e.g. been demonstrated for the Netherlands. These networks have not been designed to measure rainfall, but are om ...
Supervisor: Aart Overeem and Remko Uijlenhoet (and possibly Hidde Leijnse, KNMI)
Department: Hydrology and Quantitative Water Management Group
 
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