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Tiesma, Menno (author)
Leaching of phosphorus (P) from agricultural land is an important source of eutrophication in the Bollenstreek in the Netherlands. This is because floriculture has led to high P concentrations in the sandy soils with low organic carbon content, which are characterised by a low retention capacity for P. In this study, P concentrations in...
master thesis 2022
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de Jong, Ties (author)
"Landfills form the final stage in waste processing and are sources of multiple environmentally harmful emissions. Due to the biodegradation of organic material, methane, a strong greenhouse gas, is released into the air and soluble pollutants, like ammonium or heavy metals, are flushed out of the landfill waste. In modern landfills, the waste...
master thesis 2021
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Gebremicael, T.G. (author), van der Zaag, P. (author), Abbas Mohamedali, Y. (author), Hagos, Eyasu Y. (author)
Understanding the natural low flow of a catchment is critical for effective water management policy in semi-arid and arid lands. The Geba catchment in Ethiopia, forming the headwaters of Tekeze-Atbara basin was known for its severe land degradation before the recent large scale Soil and Water conservation (SWC) programs. Such interventions...
journal article 2020
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Chen, Xiaomin (author), Xu, Gaohong (author), Zhang, Wanshun (author), Peng, Hong (author), Xia, Han (author), Zhang, Xiao (author), Ke, Q. (author), Wan, Jing (author)
The Three Gorges Project (TGP) has greatly enhanced the heterogeneity of the underlying surface in the Three Gorges Reservoir Area (TGRA), thereby affecting the hydrologic processes and water quality. However, the influence of the differences of underlying surfaces on the hydrologic processes and water quality in the TGRA has not been studied...
journal article 2019
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Gebremicael, T.G. (author), Abbas Mohamedali, Y. (author), van der Zaag, P. (author)
Understanding the relationship between hydrological processes and environmental changes is important for improved water management. The Geba catchment in Ethiopia, forming the headwaters of Tekeze-Atbara basin, was known for its severe land degradation before the recent success in integrated watershed management. This study analyses the...
journal article 2019
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Dijkstra, Fokke (author), Jordans, Luuk (author), Groenewegen, Maurits (author), Steijlen, Florentine (author), Mekel, Charlotte (author)
Terminos Lagoon is the biggest and ecologically most important fluvial-lagoon system of the southern Gulf of Mexico. Rivers, sea and meteorology all influence the lagoon, variable over the year, resulting in a complex situation. To protect this area, it is crucial to know how different hydrological processes, hydrodynamic processes and spatial...
student report 2018
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