Juan de la Cierva fellowship

In 2017 I was awarded a Juan de la Cierva fellowship, which is a 2-year postodoctoral grant from the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness. During the coming two years I will follow with the research I started in 2015, in the ADAPT project. One of the aims is to couple a hydraulic model to the soil erosion model we developed in the past years.

Related Publications

Mountain ecosystem services affected by land use changes and hydrological control works in Mediterranean catchments (under review)

C Boix-Fayos, L Boerboom, M Martínez‐Mena, M Almagro, P Pérez-Cutillas, JPC Eekhout, VM Castillo and J de Vente

The impact of historical land use change on water security in a large Mediterranean catchment (in preparation)

JPC Eekhout, P Pérez Cutillas, C Boix-Fayos and J de Vente

How soil erosion model conceptualization affects soil loss projections under climate change (in press)

JPC Eekhout and J de Vente

Land Degradation (Chapter 4). In: Climate Change and Land: an IPCC special report on climate change, desertification, land degradation, sustainable land management, food security, and greenhouse gas fluxes in terrestrial ecosystems

L Olsson, H Barbosa, S Bhadwal, A Cowie, K Delusca, D Flores-Renteria, K Hermans, E Jobbagy, W Kurz, D Li, DJ Sonwa and L Stringer (as contributing author)

IPCC special report: 92 p., 2019

The implications of bias-correction methods and climate model ensembles on soil erosion projections under climate change

JPC Eekhout and J de Vente

Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 44 (5): 1137-1147, 2019

Related Presentations

How soil erosion model conceptualization affects soil loss projections under climate change

JPC Eekhout and J de Vente

IUGG General Assembly, Montreal, Canada

July 8-18, 2019

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Assessing the effectiveness of Sustainable Land Management to reduce soil erosion under climate change

JPC Eekhout and J de Vente

IUGG General Assembly, Montreal, Canada

July 8-18, 2019

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