MSc theses 2018

Below, an overview is provided of the MSc thesis reports produced by students who did an MSc thesis at the Environmental Systems Analysis Group in 2018.

  • Eugene Alhassan: Integrated ecosystem assessment to develop a sustainable management plan for Owabi wildlife sanctuary in Ghana
  • Gayathri Hari: Impact of climate change on food and water resources in Punjab, India
  • Hesther Ansems: Best practices to develop net zero energy office buildings
  • Dissa Natria: The influence of air pollutants in combination with pollen on hay fever symptoms in the Netherlands
  • Matthijs Hollanders: Improving field guides: imagery affects species identification in amphibians and reptiles
  • Sergey Makaryan: The potential for a circular economy in the industrial KION group
  • Pablo Herreros Cantis: Distributional justice of New York's urban environmental quality: analyzing the mismatches in ecosystem services' supply and demand
  • Bokhir Alikhanov: A spatio-temporal analysis of pastures in the mountainous regions of Tashkent province
  • Manjing Xiang: Integrated cost-benefit analysis of the Grain for Green project in Ansai county, China
  • Yingying Xie: Integrated cost-benefit analysis of wetland and forest restoration in Shanghai’s ChongMing district
  • Elias Huland: Which features make ecosystem-services assessments effective?
  • Maria Apaya: Developing ecosystem account for Verde Island Passage Marine Corridor, Philippines
  • Katerina Tripidaki: Quantifying ecosystem services for the tourism sector in the region of Peloponnese, Greece
  • Karim Smit: Quantifying and valueing ecosystem services in the urban forest Kralingse Bos in Rotterdam
  • Qing Zeng: How do land-use changes of Zuid-Holland province affect ecosystem services monetary accounting in 2006 and 2013?
  • Shan Zhang: Assessing nutrient management measures to increase crop yields in temperate climate
  • Susana López Rodríguez: Impacts of conservation tillage on soil carbon sequestration: a meta-analysis
  • Shahanaj Rahman: Air qualities and health effects of kilns' emissions on brick field workers in northern Dhaka, Bangladesh
  • Charlotte van Mossel: Modelling the microplastic flux from wastewater- treatment plants to the Dutch Wadden Sea
  • Cassandra Tho: Monitoring mosquitoes in Singapore: can citizens bite back?
  • François Laurent: Benefits and socio-economic values of cultural ecosystem services (CES) of different land-use systems in the AlVelAl territory
  • Ilan Havinga: Ecosystem accounting and machine learning to assess the impacts of payments for ecosystem services
  • Ojas Sarup: The impact of roads on biodiversity in India
  • Yang Gao: Assessing the impacts on food chain nutrient-use efficiency of using soy and wheat residues to produce black soldier fly as a nutrient source
  • Merel van der Most: Modelling the fate and transport of antibiotics and antibiotic resistant genes in agriculture
  • Floor van Elsacker: Modelling the impacts of proposed fertilizer legislation on dietary cadmium exposure in EU27
  • Valentina Bedoya Serrati: Benefits and values of provisioning and habitat services of different land use types in the AlVelAl drylands, south-east Spain
  • Gieljan Francke: Methane and climate change. Emissions and mitigation options in Germany and the Netherlands
  • Hijjaz Sutriadi: Pollution and health issues from traffic in Bandung, Indonesia
  • Haryanto: Cost-optimization of nutrient management for Indonesian coastal seas
  • Chengsi Li: How do grassland restoration programs in Inner Mongolia affect ecosystems services?
  • Rafika Oktivaningrum: Modelling human exposure to pesticide contamination of the community water system in Ciwalengke village, West Java
  • Davide Angelucci: Benefits and values of regulating services of different land-use systems in the AlVelAl territory, south-eastern Spain
  • Diane Ingabire: The impacts of agricultural land-use change on climate regulating ecosystem services
  • Masooma Batool: River export of multiple pollutants to the Bay of Bengal at sub-basin scale. Past and future trends
  • Ulfa Asrini Mustama: Valuation of regulating services to improve the management of karst ecosystem in Maros, Indonesia
  • Huyen Nguyen: Assessing the efficacy of biogas technology to reduce greenhouse gases emissions and better manage manure at Vietnamese small-scale rural households
  • Jorge Villa Cedeño: Ecosystem services and benefits of the Miconia Zone on Santa Cruz Island, Galapagos, and incentives for sustainable management
  • Elisee Joel Angoran: The impact of full-sun cocoa monoculture on deforestation and ecosystem services in Agnibilekrou, Ivory Coast
  • Leonardo Medina Santa Cruz: Public engagement with science: increasing the social value of science
  • Chantal Cornelissen: Modeling the intra-annual variation in agricultural Cryptosporidium delivery to land – a case study for Europe
  • Wisya Aulia Prayudi: The importance of green spaces in Bandung City, Indonesia for managing water and other ecosystem services
  • Nancy Mondragón Velázquez: Modelling fate of antibiotics of human use in Dutch surface water
  • Amanda Alfonso Herrera: Restoring nature to improve livelihoods. Effects of ecological restoration on rural livelihoods in the Baviaanskloof, South Africa
  • Lynn Snijder: The carbon footprint of gourmet food truck meals in Amsterdam
  • Kartika Karosekali: Greenhouse gas emissions from municipal solid waste management in Bandung, Indonesia
  • Nina de Haan: How governance changes affected the supply of ecosystem services in Berg en Dal
  • Nikolaos Symeonidis: Ecosystem services and values of Ansan Lake Park and financing schemes for urban green infrastructure of Ansan City, Republic of Korea
  • Alberto Ruiz-Larrea Medina: Assessing emission-intensity policy adequacy in the buildings' sector for the G20 countries
  • David Azoora: Contribution of onsite sanitation to the total human emissions of rotavirus to the environment in Uganda