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Indicators of social wellbeing and economic development in coastal restoration
Problem context The Mar Menor coastal lagoon is a unique ecosystem that hosts several endemic species and provides various recreational services to the local population and tourists. In 2016, the lagoon underwent an ecological c ...
Supervisor: Johanna Schild
Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
Impact of rainwater harvesting on ecosystem services in the Modder river basin
Problem context The Modder river basin in central South Africa is a semi-arid basin that is experiencing great challenges with water availability. These water shortages negatively affect the provision of ecosystem services, that ...
Supervisor: Johanna Schild
Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
Adapting to climate change through land and water management system innovations
Problem context Smallholder agricultural systems in Southern Africa are often operating in marginally suitable agroclimatic conditions and therefore particularly sensitive to a changing climate. Yet, their productivity needs to  ...
Supervisor: Luuk Fleskens and Olivier Crespo
Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
Global meta-analysis of the impact of cross-slope barriers on soil carbon sequestration
Problem context Converting land from natural to agricultural use is generally associated with a decline in soil organic carbon. Carbon sequestration in agricultural land is therefore seen as one way in which the agricultural sec ...
Supervisor: Luuk Fleskens
Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
Multi-scale research on impacts of vegetation recovery on soil moisture in the ecotone
Problem context With the policy implementation of returning farmland to forests in the past 20 years in China, the ecological environment continues to improve. And the different ecological restoration process will bring about va ...
Supervisor: Michel Riksen
Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
The functions of windbreak system in desert-oasis area and its planning
Problem context Windbreaks form an important ecological protection of oasis in desert areas. It includes the dominant shrubby vegetation in the ecotone between desert and oasis, the windbreak shelterbelt around oasis, the farml ...
Supervisor: Michel Riksen and Huijie Xiao
Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
Re-creating pastures: a new land management approach in Northeastern Portugal
Problem context Rural Northern Portugal is experiencing severe depopulation and aging of the remaining residents, leading to less and less land being in use for agriculture and grazing, especially in marginal mountain areas. Whe ...
Supervisor: Luuk Fleskens, Tomas de Figueiredo (IPB)

Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
Sustainable agricultural practices for climate change mitigation/adaptation and provision of ecosystem services
Agriculture and associated land use changes contribute ~25% of total global anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions (Paustian et al 2016), being CO2 responsible for 50% of average annual GHG emissions for the 2000 2009 period (Smit ...
Supervisor: Jantiene Baartman
Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
Regreening Dodoma fieldwork internship
Problem context In the semi-arid region of Dodoma in central Tanzania, Justdiggit is implementing the Regreening Dodoma project. The project is focused on the application at scale of Farmer Managed Natural Regeneration. This cre ...
Supervisor: Francesco Sambalino
Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
Modelling water sequestration in landscape restoration programs
Problem context Justdiggit implements large scale landscape restoration projects by retaining rainwater for vegetation and preventing erosion, flooding and land degradation. This creates local benefits for communities and the  ...
Supervisor: Francesco Sambalino
Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
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