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Climate Risk Assessment Services for agri-food sector : Building climate resilient value chains
Groot, A.M.E. ; Hattum, T. van - \ 2019
Wageningen : Wageningen University and Research - 2 p.
Nederland als proeftuin voor klimaatinnovaties
Hattum, T. van - \ 2018
H2O online 2018 (2018)11/12.
Climate resilient cities : Nature based solutions for future-proof cities
Hattum, T. van; Timmermans, W. - \ 2018
Wageningen University & Research - 2 p.
Hattum, T. van; Sass-Klaassen, U.G.W. ; Meijl, J.C.M. van; Marcelis, L.F.M. ; Hilhorst, H.W.M. ; Klein Lankhorst, R.M. - \ 2018
2018 : Wageningen University and Research
Nature-based solutions for water management
Demmers, I.M.A.A. ; Baptist, M.J. ; Verdonschot, R.C.M. ; Hattum, T. van; Loon, J.M. van; Verdonschot, P.F.M. ; Biemans, H. - \ 2018
Wageningen University and Research
Wat een weer!
Hattum, Tim van - \ 2018
Hoe duurzaam zijn we in 2030?
Hattum, T. van - \ 2018
Radar+ (2018).
Nederland als living lab voor klimaat adaptatie
Hattum, Tim van - \ 2018
Position paper voor Hoorzitting Tweede kamercommissie
We krijgen natte voeten als we niet snel groener worden
Hattum, Tim van - \ 2018
Expert comment
Klimaatadaptatie vs. Klimaatmitigatie
Hattum, Tim van - \ 2018
Comparison of performance, health and welfare aspects between commercially housed hatchery-hatched and on-farm hatched broiler flocks
Jong, I.C. de; Gunnink, H. ; Hattum, T. van; Riel, J.W. van; Raaijmakers, M.M.P. ; Zoet, E.S. ; Brand, H. van den - \ 2018
Animal (2018). - ISSN 1751-7311 - 9 p.
broiler - early feeding - on-farm hatching - performance - welfare

On-farm hatching systems for broiler chicks are increasingly used in practice. We studied whether or not performance, health and welfare aspects differed between commercial flocks hatched on-farm or in a hatchery (control). In two successive production cycles on seven farms, a total of 16 on-farm hatched flocks were paired to 16 control flocks, housed at the same farm. Paired flocks originated from the same batch of eggs and were subjected to similar on-farm management. On-farm hatched and control flocks only differed with respect to hatching conditions, with on-farm hatched flocks not being exposed to, for example, chick handling, post-hatch feed and water deprivation and transport, in contrast to control flocks that were subjected to standard hatchery procedures, subsequently transported and placed in the poultry house. Day-old chick quality (navel and hock scores), 1st week mortality, total mortality, BW at day (d) 0, d7 and at depopulation, and (total) feed conversion ratio were determined. Prevalence of footpad dermatitis, hock burn, breast discoloration/blisters and cleanliness, litter quality and gait score were determined at d21 of age and around depopulation (d39 on average). Gross pathology and gut morphology were examined at depopulation age in a sample of birds of five flocks per treatment. On-farm hatching resulted in a higher BW at d0 (=5.4 g) and d7 (=11.5 g) (P<0.001), but day-old chick quality as measured by navel (P=0.003) and hock (P=0.01) quality was worse for on-farm hatched compared to control birds. Body weight, 1st week and total mortality, and feed conversion ratio at slaughter age were similar for both on-farm hatched and control flocks. On-farm hatched flocks had less footpad dermatitis (P=0.05), which indicated a better welfare. This was likely related to a tendency for better litter quality in on-farm hatched flocks at 21 days of age in comparison to control flocks (P=0.08). No major differences in gross pathology or in intestinal morphology at depopulation age were found between treatments. In conclusion, on-farm hatching resulted in better 1st week broiler performance and better welfare compared to conventional hatching in a hatchery.

Wageningen climate solutions, Glasgow, 5th-9th June 2017 : a guide to Wageningen University & Research activities at the 3rd European Climate Change Adaptation (ECCA) Conference
Hattum, T. van; Bruin, K. de - \ 2017
Wageningen : Wageningen University & Research - 21 p.
Klimaatbestendig bouwen
Hattum, Tim van - \ 2017
BNR Nieuwsradio uitzending over klimaatbestendig bouwen
Zeven redenen om te investeren in een groene stad : Longread
Hattum, T. van; Stuiver, M. ; Spijker, J.H. ; Visschedijk, P.A.M. ; Vries, S. de; Snep, R.P.H. ; Jacobs, C.M.J. - \ 2017
Wageningen University and Research
green roofs - green walls - plantations - parks - nature - well-being - urban areas - health
Cities, climate change, water management and landscape led design : Het voorbeeld Middelburg
Timmermans, W. ; Jacobs, C.M.J. ; Hattum, T. van; Kole, Bas - \ 2017
Vakblad Groen 73 (2017)5. - p. 4 - 10.
Klimaatverandering kan leiden tot meer weersextremen. Juist in steden kunnen
de gevolgen van zulke extremen groot zijn: daar wonen nu eenmaal de meeste
mensen en daar is volop cruciale economische infrastructuur aanwezig, op soms
kwetsbare locaties. Omdat de problematiek volop in de aandacht staat, is een
groot aantal adaptatiestrategieën ontwikkeld. Er is vooral behoefte aan creatieve
ontwerpoplossingen op locatie.
Ecosystem based climate change adaptation for Essenvelt, Middelburg, the Netherlands
Timmermans, W. ; Jacobs, C.M.J. ; Hattum, Tim van; Lategan, L.G. ; Cilliers, E.J. - \ 2017
Town and Regional Planning 71 (2017)71. - ISSN 1012-280X - p. 24 - 35.
Climate change is an internationally recognised phenomenon generally held accountable for the increasing magnitude of extremes in both climatic events and temperature. With increasing urbanization and the concentration of socio-economic activities in urban areas, the challenge to contend with climate change is particularly pertinent in cities. In response to climate-change impacts, a range of climate-adaptation strategies have been developed to make cities increasingly ‘climate proof’. A qualitative research approach is employed to review climate change, its impacts and some adaptation strategies, focusing on ecosystem-based adaptation strategies from Belgium and The Netherlands and Water-Sensitive Urban Design approaches developed in Australia. The article engages a case study of Essenvelt, Middelburg, The Netherlands, where unanticipated warmer night-time temperatures are a primary concern, related to natural variability, the urban heat island effect and climate change. The article proposes certain adaptation measures for Essenvelt, based on the adaptation strategies reviewed.
Building with Nature pilot Friese IJsselmeerkust : Eindrapportage Building with Nature pilot Zandmotor Friese IJsselmeerkust
Wiersma, Ane ; Hattum, Tim van; Lange, Marieke de; Slobbe, Erik van; Forzoni, A. ; Talens, R. - \ 2017
Wageningen : Wageningen Environmental Research (Wageningen Environmental Research rapport 2856) - ISBN 9789463432412 - 76
In de periode 2011 t/m 2017 zijn er op twee locaties voor de Friese IJsselmeerkust experimenten uitgevoerd met zandmotoren. Deze pilots bij Workum en Oudemirdum zijn uitgevoerd in het kader van het Building with Nature programma en zijn bedoeld om kennis op te doen over het systeem en de effectiviteit van ecodynamische maatregelen voor het versterken van de Friese IJsselmeerkust. Hiervoor is een monitoringsprogramma opgezet. Dit rapport beschrijft de resultaten en conclusies van de monitoring van deze Building with Nature pilots en vertaalt de geleerde lessen naar aanbevelingen voor het duurzaam versterken van de Friese IJsselmeerkust.
Metropolitan solutions: Droge voeten in een groene stad
Hattum, T. van - \ 2017
Wageningen : Wageningen University & Research
klimaat - hittetolerantie - stedelijke gebieden - luchtkwaliteit - regenwateropvang - temperatuur - climate - heat tolerance - urban areas - air quality - water harvesting - temperature
Door klimaatverandering krijgen we steeds vaker te maken met hevige regenval en periodes van extreme hitte en droogte. Veel steden zijn hier niet tegen opgewassen en moeten anders ingericht gaan worden. Groene oplossingen kunnen wateroverlast beperken, de temperatuur verlagen en de luchtkwaliteit verbeteren. Tim van Hattum van Wageningen University & Research vertelt er alles over.
Towards Water Smart Cities : climate adaptation is a huge opportunity to improve the quality of life in cities
Hattum, Tim ; Blauw, Maaike ; Bergen Jensen, Marina ; Bruin, Karianne de - \ 2016
Wageningen : Wageningen University & Research (Wageningen Environmental Research rapport 2787) - 60
water - waterbeheer - stedelijke gebieden - steden - klimaatverandering - klimaatadaptatie - water management - urban areas - towns - climatic change - climate adaptation
Onttegel de tuin! : Bewustwording over het belang van groene tuinen voor een klimaatbestendige stad
Verberne, Jelte ; Chardon, W.J. ; Spijker, J.H. ; Mol, G. ; Hattum, T. van - \ 2016
Bodem 26 (2016)5. - ISSN 0925-1650 - p. 28 - 30.
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