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 0.013 seconds 
 
Linear ecological focus areas to limit stream contamination from intensive croplands
Description: Problem context Intensive agricultural areas often contaminate nearby steams with nutrients coming from fertilizer use. However, these areas often have Ecological Focus Areas (EFA) with vegetation, such as field mar ...
Supervisor: Joao Pedro Nunes
Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
Sludge microplastics decay through earthworms
Project description. Microplastics on terrestrial environments have become a big concern in the last years due to the effects that they produce to the soil invertebrates. Previous studies have shown that plastic residues are pre ...
Supervisor: Violtte Geissen and Esperanza Huerta Lwanga
Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
Microplastics along the terrestrial food web. The case of cities and natural reserves in the Netherlands.
Project Description Nevertheless microplastics characteristics and distribution are well-known in the aquatic systems. In the terrestrial environments it is not the case. Previous studies have shown that the microplastics can b ...
Supervisor: Violette Geissen and Esperanza Huerta Lwanga
Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
Unraveling fuel management effectiveness in mitigating wildfire hazard
The occurrence of wildfire events constitutes one of the most devastating natural disasters, with important environment and socio-economic consequences. The Mediterranean region is strongly affected by recurring wildfires, and on  ...
Supervisor: Joao Pedro Nunes
Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
Physical, chemical and biological glyphosate and AMPA degradation from soils
Project Description Wide spectrum herbicides as glyphosate are widely used in the Netherlands. In soils, pesticides are accumulated even after several years of application. After monitoring, we found middle to high concentratio ...
Supervisor: Violette Geissen and Esperanza Huerta Lwanga
Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
Effect of Glyphosate and Boscalid(Pesticides) on soil organisms
Project Description Wide spectrum pesticides as glyphosate and boscalid are widely used in the Netherlands. In soils, pesticides are accumulated even after several years of application. After monitoring, we found middle to high ...
Supervisor: Violette Geissen and Esperanza Huerta Lwanga

Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
Benefits and impacts of changing agricultural land use and related practices in the Mediterranean
The Mediterranean basin is known for its well-developed winegrowing activity due to favourable pedo-climatic conditions (high solar radiation, low/medium precipitation, shallow soils) and long tradition. However, this large basin  ...
Supervisor: Joao Pedro Nunes
Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
Salt, freshwater and mangrove forest growth in Bonaire: analyzing a restoration project
Methodology: Data analysis, modelling and measuring Research objective/question: In a Ramsar site on Bonaire (Lac) Stinapa is executing a mangrove restoration project. They would like to understand the hydrology of the ma ...
Supervisor: Klaas Metselaar
Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
Measuring soil physical relationships in lab and field
Introduction: Unsaturated hydraulic soil functions (the water retention curve and hydraulic conductivity curve) are key to understanding and simulating the transport of (agro-)chemicals and water in the unsaturated zone. They are ...
Supervisor: Jan Wesseling and Jos van Dam

Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
PIP-related SLM thesis research “without going abroad”
The PIP approach as developed for African farming households aims at building a foundation for sustainable change. However, elements of PIP are equally applicable in the EU and our own countries, where we are facing an environment ...
Supervisor: Aad Kessler
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