Dr. Maarten Waterloo

Education: Extensive experience in teaching (global change, introduction to hydrology, catchment response analysis, eco-hydrology, soil-vegetation-atmosphere exchange, critical zone hydrology and hydrological modelling, micro-meteorology, python programming, integrated water resources management, etc.) and organising hydrological field courses (instrumentatrion course hydrology, field course hydrology (Portugal)) at BSc and MSc level. Supervising BSc and MSc research projects.

Research: Carried out catchment hydrology, micro-meteorology, carbon and nutrient cycling research projects in Malaysia, Fiji, Cameroon, Brazil and Europe.

IWRM training projects in the Netherlands, Burkina Faso and Ethiopia

SWAT modelling of Dutch and German catchments for water, nutrient and pesticide loads. Agricultural interventions and wetland development scenarios.

Specialties: Field hydrology, catchment instrumentation anf hydrology, watershed process studies, surface and groundwater nutrient and DOC exports, hydrochemistry and nutrient cycling, micro-meteorology, tropical forest hydrology, plantation hydrology, hydrological modelling, SWAT and SWAT+ modelling, C and Python programming, web site development and hydrological training.

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