Joris Eekhout
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Why increased extreme precipitation under climate change<? xmltex\break?> negatively affects water security
JPC Eekhout, JE Hunink, W Terink, J de Vente
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 22 (11), 5935-5946, 2018
Field experiment on alternate bar development in a straight sand‐bed stream
JPC Eekhout, AJF Hoitink, E Mosselman
Water Resources Research 49 (12), 8357-8369, 2013
Global impact of climate change on soil erosion and potential for adaptation through soil conservation
JPC Eekhout, J de Vente
Earth-Science Reviews 226, 103921, 2022
Assessing the effectiveness of Sustainable Land Management for large-scale climate change adaptation
JPC Eekhout, J de Vente
Science of the Total Environment 654, 85-93, 2019
Chute cutoff as a morphological response to stream reconstruction: The possible role of backwater
JPC Eekhout, AJF Hoitink
Water Resources Research 51 (5), 3339-3352, 2015
How soil erosion model conceptualization affects soil loss projections under climate change
JPC Eekhout, J De Vente
Progress in Physical Geography: Earth and Environment 44 (2), 212-232, 2020
Morphological assessment of reconstructed lowland streams in the Netherlands
JPC Eekhout, AJF Hoitink, JHF de Brouwer, PFM Verdonschot
Advances in Water Resources 81, 161-171, 2015
The impact of reservoir construction and changes in land use and climate on ecosystem services in a large Mediterranean catchment
JPC Eekhout, C Boix-Fayos, P Pérez-Cutillas, J de Vente
Journal of Hydrology 590, 125208, 2020
Hydrological modelling using satellite-based crop coefficients: A comparison of methods at the basin scale
JE Hunink, JPC Eekhout, J de Vente, S Contreras, P Droogers, A Baille
Remote Sensing 9 (2), 174, 2017
Nitrogen dynamics in cropping systems under Mediterranean climate: a systemic analysis
L Lassaletta, A Sanz-Cobena, E Aguilera, M Quemada, G Billen, ...
Environmental Research Letters 16 (7), 073002, 2021
Mountain ecosystem services affected by land use changes and hydrological control works in Mediterranean catchments
C Boix-Fayos, LGJ Boerboom, R Janssen, M Martínez-Mena, M Almagro, ...
Ecosystem services 44, 101136, 2020
Assessing the large-scale impacts of environmental change using a coupled hydrology and soil erosion model
JPC Eekhout, W Terink, J de Vente
Earth Surface Dynamics 6 (3), 687-703, 2018
Morphodynamic regime change in a reconstructed lowland stream
JPC Eekhout, RGA Fraaije, AJF Hoitink
Earth Surface Dynamics 2 (1), 279-293, 2014
The implications of bias correction methods and climate model ensembles on soil erosion projections under climate change
JPC Eekhout, J de Vente
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 44 (5), 1137-1147, 2019
A process‐based soil erosion model ensemble to assess model uncertainty in climate‐change impact assessments
JPC Eekhout, A Millares‐Valenzuela, A Martínez‐Salvador, ...
Land Degradation & Development 32 (7), 2409-2422, 2021
Beekdalbreed Hermeanderen: Bouwstenen voor de ‘leidraad voor innovatief beek-en beekdalherstel’
PFM Verdonschot, AA Besse, JHF de Brouwer, JPC Eekhout, R Fraaije
Stowa, 2012
Assessment of streamflow from EURO-CORDEX regional climate simulations in semi-arid catchments using the SWAT model
A Martínez-Salvador, A Millares, JPC Eekhout, C Conesa-García
Sustainability 13 (13), 7120, 2021
Macroinvertebrate taxonomic and trait-based responses to large-wood reintroduction in lowland streams
JHF de Brouwer, PFM Verdonschot, JPC Eekhout, RCM Verdonschot
Freshwater Science 39 (4), 693-703, 2020
Historical analysis indicates seepage control on initiation of meandering
JPC Eekhout, AJF Hoitink, B Makaske
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 38 (8), 888-897, 2013
Morphological processes in lowland streams: implications for stream restoration
JPC Eekhout
Wageningen University, 2014
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