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Mobilization of wildfire ash by wind and water erosion
Immediately after a wildfire, burnt landscapes are typically black due to the widespread deposition of an ash layer and, with time-since-fire, then loose again this blackness because of the disappearance of this ash layer and/or g ...
Supervisor: Jantiene Baartman
Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
What affects the moisture regime of the sand surface of beach and dune?
In the past decade, sand nourishments (or sand supply) to Dutch fore-shores and beaches have been undertaken to provide an additional protection against the sea. One of the protective mechanisms is that sand transports over the be ...
Supervisor: Sjoerd vd Zee
Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
Modeling drought and oxygen stress in clay soils
Potentially clay soils are very fertile. Nevertheless proper cultivation of clay soils is hard as they may change rapidly with respect to too wet and too dry conditions. Also proper simulation of drought- and oxygen stress in clay ...
Supervisor: Jos van Dam, Marius Heinen (WENR)
Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
Assessing soil and water related risks with GIS in 5 watersheds in Burundi
Burundi is among the poorest countries in the world, with 58 per cent of its inhabitants living on less than a dollar per day. In order to improve food security, a project to boost communal fish farming is under development in 5 p ...
Supervisor: Aad Kessler
Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
Modelling the impacts of global change on the sustainable development of a coupled socio-ecological system
The Mar Menor coastal lagoon is a singular socio ecosystem that hosts several endemic species and provides various recreational services to the local population and tourists. In 2016 the lagoon underwent an ecological crash after  ...
Supervisor: Jantiene Baaartman, Javier Martinez-Lopez
Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
Pesticide effects in soil biota and soil functions
Pesticides are heavily used in agriculture to reduce crop losses due to pests, weeds and pathogens. Between 1961 and 2011 the global agricultural production more than tripled, largely due to pesticide use. Currently, global pestic ...
Supervisor: Violette Geissen, Esperanza Huerta Lwanga & Tamas Salanki
Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
Assessing the effect of soil and water conservation (SWC) practices on hydrological responses and soil erosion processes in Manafwa sub watershed using the event based OpenLISEM Model.
For the last five decades, Mount Elgon region has experienced rapid population growth and expansion of arable land by increasing park encroachment. This has accelerated reoccurrence of soil erosion landslides in the Manafwa waters ...
Supervisor: Jantiene Baartman
Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
Advanced subsurface irrigation system using rockwool
The use of modern irrigation technologies allow us to apply the exact amount of water (and nutrients) required by the plants. However, most of the farmer still use old and inefficient systems. This project aim to develop a new and ...
Supervisor: Angel de Miguel and Jos van Dam
Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
Modelling the impact of agroforestry practices to inform a Payment for Ecosystem Services (PES) scheme in the Rukeri water catchment, Rwanda
Organization Dutch International Business cooperative (DIBcoop) offers several services in the agri(-business) sector, whereby they focus on business development, provide technical expertise and raise funding for projects. Techni ...
Supervisor: Luuk Fleskens
Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
Microplastics in green spaces: local spatial distribution
Introduction Microplastics are causing a high degree of concern worldwide, since they are poorly controlled. This pollutant has been studied in aquatic environments, especially marine. However, there are few studies involving m ...
Supervisor: Loes van Schaik, Ines Amorim Leitao
Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
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