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1662: Koffie, wereldhandel en de consumptie-revolutie
Zwart, P. de - \ 2018
In: Wereldgeschiedenis van Nederland / 't Hart, M., Davids, K., Fatah-Black, K., Heerma van Voss, L., Lucassen, L., Touwen, J., Amsterdam : - ISBN 9789026343995 - p. 275 - 280.
In Wereldgeschiedenis van Nederland vertellen meer dan honderd aanstormende en gevestigde Nederlandse onderzoekers op het gebied van geschiedenis en cultuur het wereldwijde verhaal van onze geschiedenis, onder wie Martine Gosselink, Beatrice de Graaf, Lotte Jensen, Gert Oostindie, Lodewijk Petram en Suze Zijlstra. In dit verhelderende en prikkelende boek laten zij zien hoe Nederland de wereld door de eeuwen heen mede heeft vormgegeven, en andersom: hoe Nederland zich onder invloed van verre en nabije buren heeft ontwikkeld. Van de vondst van oermens Krijn in de Noordzee tot orkaan Irma op Sint Maarten en van Bonifatius tot Pim Fortuyn – aan de hand van talloze grote en kleine historische ontwikkelingen en gebeurtenissen laat Wereldgeschiedenis van Nederland zien hoezeer Nederland verbonden is met de wereld, en de wereld met Nederland. Wereldgeschiedenis van Nederland is een uitgave van het Huygens Instituut voor Nederlandse Geschiedenis, een knaw-onderzoeksinstituut op het gebied van geschiedenis en literatuur.

Redactie: Karel Davids, Karwan Fatah-Black, Marjolein ’t Hart, Leo Lucassen en Jeroen Touwen. Hoofdredactie: Lex Heerma van Voss
WUR-WENR, pre-final STRUBIAS End report
Saveyn, Hans ; Huygens, Dries ; Tonini, Davide ; Eder, Peter ; Delgado Sancho, Luis ; Ehlert, P.A.I. ; Römkens, P.F.A.M. - \ 2018
Wageningen University & Research - 15 p.
Review WUR -WENR, STRUBIAS Market study
Huygens, Dries ; Saveyn, Hans ; Ehlert, P.A.I. - \ 2018
Wageningen University & Research - 14 p.
JRC (Publisher)
Ehlert, Phillip - \ 2017
Review WUR – WenR van het JRC interim report STRUBIAS Technical Proposals Dries Huygens, Hans Saveyn, Peter Eder & Luis Delgado Sancho, 2017. Draft nutrient recovery rules for recovered phosphate salts, ash-based materials and pyrolysis materials in view of their possible inclusion as Component Material Categories in the Revised Fertiliser Regulation. Interim Report. Circular Economy and Industrial Leadership Unit Directorate B – Growth and innovation, Joint Research Centre –European Commission
The soil N cycle: new insights and key challenges
Groenigen, J.W. van; Huygens, D. ; Boeckx, P. ; Kuyper, T.W. ; Lubbers, I.M. ; Rutting, L. ; Groffman, P.M. - \ 2015
SOIL 1 (2015). - ISSN 2199-3971 - p. 235 - 256.
The study of soil N cycling processes has been, is, and will be at the centre of attention in soil science research. The importance of N as a nutrient for all biota; the ever-increasing rates of its anthropogenic input in terrestrial (agro)ecosystems; its resultant losses to the environment; and the complexity of the biological, physical, and chemical factors that regulate N cycling processes all contribute to the necessity of further understanding, measuring, and altering the soil N cycle. Here, we review important insights with respect to the soil N cycle that have been made over the last decade, and present a personal view on the key challenges of future research. We identify three key challenges with respect to basic N cycling processes producing gaseous emissions: 1. quantifying the importance of nitrifier denitrification and its main controlling factors; 2. characterizing the greenhouse gas mitigation potential and microbiological basis for N2O consumption; 3. characterizing hotspots and hot moments of denitrification Furthermore, we identified a key challenge with respect to modelling: 1. disentangling gross N transformation rates using advanced 15N / 18O tracing models Finally, we propose four key challenges related to how ecological interactions control N cycling processes: 1. linking functional diversity of soil fauna to N cycling processes beyond mineralization; 2. determining the functional relationship between root traits and soil N cycling; 3. characterizing the control that different types of mycorrhizal symbioses exert on N cycling; 4. quantifying the contribution of non-symbiotic pathways to total N fixation fluxes in natural systems We postulate that addressing these challenges will constitute a comprehensive research agenda with respect to the N cycle for the next decade. Such an agenda would help us to meet future challenges on food and energy security, biodiversity conservation, water and air quality, and climate stability.
Conventional tree height-diameter relationships significantly overestimate aboveground carbon stocks in the Central Congo Basin
Kearsley, E. ; Haulleville, T. de; Hufkens, K. ; Kidimbu, A. ; Toirambe, B. ; Baert, G. ; Huygens, D. ; Kebede, Y. ; Defourny, P. ; Bogaert, J. ; Beeckman, H. ; Steppe, K. ; Boeckx, P. ; Verbeeck, H. - \ 2013
Nature Communications 4 (2013). - ISSN 2041-1723
tropical forests - landscape-scale - central-africa - live biomass - land-use - climate - deforestation - emissions - impacts - regions
Policies to reduce emissions from deforestation and forest degradation largely depend on accurate estimates of tropical forest carbon stocks. Here we present the first field-based carbon stock data for the Central Congo Basin in Yangambi, Democratic Republic of Congo. We find an average aboveground carbon stock of 162 +/- 20 Mg C ha(-1) for intact old-growth forest, which is significantly lower than stocks recorded in the outer regions of the Congo Basin. The best available tree height-diameter relationships derived for Central Africa do not render accurate canopy height estimates for our study area. Aboveground carbon stocks would be overestimated by 24% if these inaccurate relationships were used. The studied forests have a lower stature compared with forests in the outer regions of the basin, which confirms remotely sensed patterns. Additionally, we find an average soil carbon stock of 111 +/- 24 Mg C ha(-1), slightly influenced by the current land-use change.
Shifting system boundaries in vision-building for river basin management
Verhallen, J.M. ; Huygens, M. ; Ruijgh-van der Ploeg, M. ; Bouleau, G. ; Meire, P. - \ 2001
In: Regional Management of Water Resources : Sixth Scientific Assembly of the International Association of Hydrological Sciences , Maastricht, 18 to 27 July 2001 / Schumann, A.H., Acreman, M.C., Davis, R., Marino, M.A., Rosbjerg, D., Jun, Xia, Wallingford : IAHS Press - ISBN 9781901502510 - p. 155 - 162.
River 21 : an intensive international course to facilitate the learning of vision building in support of transboundary river management
Ruijgh-van der Ploeg, M. ; Bouleau, M. ; Huygens, G. ; Meire, P. ; Verhallen, J.M. - \ 2000
In: Water Security forthe 21st Century - Innovative Approaches. 10th Stockholm Water Symposium, 2000 - p. 209 - 211.
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