Wageningen Universiteit en Reserach centrum  
Go to Homepage Send an e-mail to - Coppens Marjolijn Help

BSc-MSc Thesis and Internship Projects, Wageningen University

Chair group:
Project type:
Limit to main project subjects for:
Word(s):
 

 Search results for '' Results 1 -10 of total 101, search took 0.006 seconds 
 
Water balance of paludiculture: sustainable management of peatsoils
Methodology: Literature, modelling and discussing current experiments Research objective/question: Paludiculture is the productive land use of wet and rewetted peatlands that preserves the peat soil and thereby minimizes ...
Supervisor: Klaas Metselaar
Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
Modeling of overland transport of water and veterinary pharmaceuticals into surface water
Veterinary pharmaceuticals (VPs) in manure end up in agricultural fields and threaten surface water quality. The most important and fastest route by which VPs could reach the surface water is probably the overland flow. In this ca ...
Supervisor: Peter Schaap, Nikola Rakonjac
Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
Sediment Yield Modelling of the Meuse River
The sediment balance for the Meuse River is not well known. The annual loads of gravel, sand and silt in the river are important to explain morphological processes in the river and response to measures. Assessment and analysis of  ...
Supervisor: Hermjan Barneveld+ expert Deltares
Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
Snowmelt, frozen soils and soil erosion in Norway
Problem context One of the research themes of the Nibio institute in Southern Norway (As) is the understanding of water pathway processes in small catchments and to define small, local measures for reducing peak flow and soil  ...
Supervisor: Jantiene Baartman
Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
Water quality mapping in the Upper Berg and Breede River Catchments
Problem context Ineffective water treatment infrastructure, as well as industrial and agricultural runoff are all factors contributing to a decreasing water quality in the Upper Berg and Breede Catchments. A decline in water qua ...
Supervisor: Michel Riksen
Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
Exploring the potential of regenerative agriculture for perennial cropping systems in the Upper Berg and Breede Catchments
Problem context Current farming systems within this area are primarily large scale commercial systems producing stone-fruit for export and grapes for winemaking. Recent droughts have highlighted the vulnerability of these system ...
Supervisor: Michel Riksen
Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
Modelling hydrological responses in burned and unburned forests
Wildfires have become a persistent threat in the Mediterranean, especially in the Iberian Peninsula where, on average, more than 100 000 ha y 1 of land burned in the past decade. From the commonly reported environmental disturbanc ...
Supervisor: Jantiene Baartman
Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
WaterVision: crop production subject to dry, wet or saline conditions
To simulate the effects of hydrology and climate change on agricultural production SWAP (hydrology) and WOFOST (crop growth) are well-known models. They allow a distinction between the effects of dry, wet (oxygen stress) or saline ...
Supervisor: Jos van Dam / Mirjam Hack-ten Broeke
Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
Salinity of soil and groundwater: Netherlands, Australia, Israel, world
Water scarcity is a major reason to use salt or brackish water in semi-arid region agriculture, just as salt water intrusion is a cause of salinity problems in Dutch and other coastal areas. Poor quality irrigation water as well a ...
Supervisor: Sjoerd van der Zee
Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
Down-to-Earth erosion mapping : optimising user-friendly maps to bridge the gap between the Scientist and the Farmer
Soil erosion is a relevant challenge for the farmers in steep slope Italian vineyards Several erosion modelling approaches have previously been conducted by the University of Padova leading to interesting scientific insights Howev ...
Supervisor: Teun Vogel
Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
Result pages:  [Previous]   1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11> of 11  [Next]
 
To homepage Wageningen UR