2015 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
2005 - Fellow of American Geophysical Union (AGU)
2003 - Don and Betty Kirkham Soil Physics Award, American Society of Agronomy
1999 - Fellow of the Soil Science Society of America (SSSA)
His main research concerns Soil water, Soil science, Water content, Geotechnical engineering and Hydraulic conductivity. His Soil water research focuses on Ecosystem and how it relates to Ecology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Hydraulics and Botany, Root system in addition to Soil science.
His Water content research includes elements of Vadose zone and Spatial variability. His studies deal with areas such as Mechanics, Capillary action, Outflow and Pedotransfer function as well as Geotechnical engineering. His Hydraulic conductivity research incorporates themes from Water retention and Water potential.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Soil water, Soil science, Hydrology, Water content and Vadose zone. Jan W. Hopmans works mostly in the field of Soil water, limiting it down to topics relating to Mineralogy and, in certain cases, Porous medium. The various areas that Jan W. Hopmans examines in his Soil science study include Infiltration, Scaling and Spatial variability.
Jan W. Hopmans combines topics linked to Calibration with his work on Water content. In his work, Mechanics is strongly intertwined with Geotechnical engineering, which is a subfield of Hydraulic conductivity. His work deals with themes such as Leaching model and Leaching, which intersect with Irrigation.
Jan W. Hopmans spends much of his time researching Soil water, Soil science, Hydrology, Irrigation and Hydrology. The concepts of his Soil water study are interwoven with issues in Salinity, Porous medium and Water content. His Soil science research integrates issues from Geotechnical engineering and Orchard.
His work on Evapotranspiration and Vadose zone as part of general Hydrology study is frequently connected to Tree and Scale, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. As part of one scientific family, Jan W. Hopmans deals mainly with the area of Irrigation, narrowing it down to issues related to the Leaching, and often Fertilizer, Agronomy and Groundwater. His study in Hydrology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Subsurface flow and Global change.
Jan W. Hopmans mainly focuses on Soil water, Hydrology, Water content, Evapotranspiration and Soil science. Jan W. Hopmans has included themes like Seismic refraction, Geophysics and Alternative stable state in his Soil water study. His work in the fields of Hydrology, such as Consumptive water use and Irrigation management, intersects with other areas such as Normalized Difference Vegetation Index.
His research integrates issues of Land use, Environmental change, Infiltration, DNS root zone and Vadose zone in his study of Water content. His Evapotranspiration study also includes fields such as
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Soil Moisture Measurement for Ecological and Hydrological Watershed-Scale Observatories: A Review
D. A. Robinson;C. S. Campbell;J. W. Hopmans;B. K. Hornbuckle.
Vadose Zone Journal (2008)
Soil and human security in the 21st century
Ronald Amundson;Asmeret Asefaw Berhe;Jan W. Hopmans;Carolyn Olson.
On the value of soil moisture measurements in vadose zone hydrology: a review
H. Vereecken;J. A. Huisman;H. Bogena;J. Vanderborght.
Water Resources Research (2008)
Modeling Soil Processes: Review, Key Challenges, and New Perspectives
H. Vereecken;A. Schnepf;J. W. Hopmans;M. Javaux.
Vadose Zone Journal (2016)
Modeling compensated root water and nutrient uptake.
Jiří Šimůnek;Jan W. Hopmans.
Ecological Modelling (2009)
Frequency, electrical conductivity and temperature analysis of a low-cost capacitance soil moisture sensor
F. Kizito;C.S. Campbell;G.S. Campbell;D.R. Cobos.
Journal of Hydrology (2008)
Calibration of a two-dimensional root water uptake model
J. A. Vrugt;J. W. Hopmans;J. Šimunek.
Soil Science Society of America Journal (2001)
Determining soil carbon stock changes: Simple bulk density corrections fail
Juhwan Lee;Jan W. Hopmans;Dennis E. Rolston;Sara G. Baer.
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment (2009)
One-, two-, and three-dimensional root water uptake functions for transient modeling
J. A. Vrugt;M. T. van Wijk;J. W. Hopmans;J. Šimunek.
Water Resources Research (2001)
Two-dimensional modeling of nitrate leaching for various fertigation scenarios under micro-irrigation
A.I. Gärdenäs;J.W. Hopmans;B.R. Hanson;J. Šimůnek.
Agricultural Water Management (2005)
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