MSc theses

Online MSc theses successfully defended at Wageningen University

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  • MSc theses is a collection of electronic, publicly available MSc theses successfully defended at Wageningen University (WU).

    The collection consists mainly of master theses and some bachelor theses. PhD-theses from Wageningen University can be found at PhD theses.

    Subjects covered include Agrotechnology, Food and Food Production, Plant and Animal Sciences, Soil Science, Geo-information, Landscape and Spatial Planning, Water and Climate, Ecosystem Studies, Economics and Society.


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Participatory assessment of the functions, sustainability and resilience of large-scale arable farming in the East of England [Student report]
Grunne, William de \ 2019
An assessment of the sustainability and resilience of two livestock farming systems in Europe using a participatory approach [Student report]
Becking, Jorrit B.T. \ 2019
Communicating agricultural model concepts and results to smallholder farmers in rural areas of southern Zimbabwe : sharing knowledge for a mutual benefit [Student report]
Longhini, Francesco Erminio \ 2019
Farmers’ motivations to adopt agronomic innovations and other livelihood improvement strategies : a case study of smallholder farming systems in the Central Rift Valley and Jimma, Ethiopia [Student report]
Teeuwen, Aleid \ 2019
Assessing resilience and sustainability in German large-scale corporate arable farms [Student report]
Kampermann, Ivonne Jasmin \ 2019
Can regional integration of arable and dairy farms through land exchange contribute to the Dutch vision of circular agriculture? : a bio-economic modelling case study of Flevoland [Student report]
Riechelman, Brent \ 2019
Assessing on-farm performance of improved technology interventions on legume production by smallholder farmers in Sub-Saharan Africa [Student report]
Masamba, Betty Rutendo \ 2019
Assessment of the level of sustainable intensification of Dutch front-runner dairy and arable farms compared to the national average [Student report]
Weber, Amelie \ 2019
Assessing the resilience and sustainability of a hazelnut farming system in central Italy [Student report]
Nera, Elena \ 2019
Ecosystem services in fine flavor cocoa agroforestry systems from Ecuador [Student report]
Galarza Ferrín, Gabriela \ 2019
Shaping the vision for the sustainable future of Dutch agriculture : targets, pathways and measures to reduce GHG [Student report]
Lindhout, Annet \ 2018
Biomass, nutrient content and allometric relations of 1 , 6 and 11 year-old, intensively grown Cocoa (Theobroma cacao) trees [Student report]
Fisher, David \ 2018
biomass production - theobroma cacao - oilseed plants - bioenergy - ecuador - developing countries

Theobroma cacao is an important cash crop in many tropical. Its production faces some major challenges, including a poor understanding of nutrient and biomass immobilisation and distribution. Furthering our knowledge in cocoa physiology could assist in closing yield gaps and reducing the need for forest clearance. The few available studies on nutrient and biomass distribution in T. cacao are old and originate from West-Africa. This research aimed to add fresh insights into these issues, bringing novelty in location and farming system sampled as the research was conducted on an intensive system in Ecuador. This research shows some anomalies in what is known regarding biomass and nutrient distribution in T. cacao.

Trade-off analysis of integrating legumes in East-African maize cropping systems : a meta-analysis on maize-common bean and maize-pigeon pea intercrop [Student report]
Ravensbergen, Paul \ 2018
Prediction of bush bean (Phaseolus Vulgaris L.) yields in Northern Tanzania based on spectral analysis of soils [Student report]
Mallet, Charlotte \ 2018
Pesticide use: crop management, yield and environmental impact on potato fields in the Netherlands [Student report]
Beltran Guzman, Vania Valeria \ 2018
Spatial and temporal analysis and explanation of potato variability [Student report]
Rasenberg, Rick \ 2018
Characterizing the variability of maize yield response to mineral fertilizer in Tanzanian smallholder systems [Student report]
Delaune, Thomas \ 2018
Deploying indicators to measure the impact of Banana Xanthomonas Wilt disease in Uganda [Student report]
Braber, Harmen den \ 2018
Choices faced by researchers in pursuit of change [Student report]
Liempd, Sjoerd van \ 2018
Analysis of nitrogen and water efficiencies of potato production in a field experiment in Hailar, Inner Mongolia, China [Student report]
Zhou, Xiaohan \ 2018
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