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SENSE is a partnership involving nine Dutch universities and two institutes.
The 4th SENSE Summer Symposium will address the improvement of societal impact of research within SENSE, with keynote lectures and workshops on strategic use of social media, citizen participation and stakeholder interaction. Of course the day will end with the traditional SENSE party! > Read more
You cannot easily fend off climate change, but you can make key nature areas more resilient to a warming climate, says Professor Marten Scheffer (Wageningen University) in an article in Science.
Scheffer and an international team of ecologists have already studied the examples of the Great Barrier Reef, the Amazon rain forest and the Donana Wetlands in Spain. Climate change threatens the survival of these important nature areas. But that is not the only threat to them. Local activities such as pollution, overfishing and tree-felling make the situation worse. > Read more
|Kitsiri Weligepolage Retrieving surface variables by integrating ground measurements and earth observation data in forest canopies. A case study in Speulderbos forest, the Netherlands |
University of Twente, Water Resources
Graduation date: 16 April 2015