Evaluating climate change adaptation through Sustainable Land Management and its impacts on Mediterranean ecosystem services (ADAPT)

In 2015 I started as a postdoctoral researcher at the Soil and Water Conservation Research Group at CEBAS-CSIC. We studied the catchment-scale impact of climate change on hydrology and soil erosion in a semi-arid Mediterranean catchment. Next, we studied climate change adaptation through large scale implementation of Sustainable Land Management (SLM). During this project we developed a new proces-based soil erosion model. We coupled an existing soil erosion model (Morgan-Morgan-Finney) to a hydrological model (SPHY). The model code of the new model can be downloaded here.

Related Publications

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

Why increased extreme precipitation under climate change negatively affects water security

JPC Eekhout, JE Hunink, W Terink, J de Vente

Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 22 (11): 5935-5946, 2018

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

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

Related Presentations

Sustainable Land Management potential for climate change adaptation in Mediterranean environments: a regional scale assessment

JPC Eekhout, J de Vente

Erosion Modelling Workshop, Ispra, Italy

March 20-22, 2017

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The impact of climate change and sustainable land management based adaptation on hydrology and soil erosion of a large semiarid catchment

JPC Eekhout, J de Vente, W Terink

EGU General Assembly, Vienna, Austria

April 17-22, 2016

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