Marijn van der Velde mostly deals with Land cover, Ecosystem, Climate change, Remote sensing and Biogeochemistry. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Cartography, Data quality and Data science. Specifically, his work in Ecosystem is concerned with the study of Carbon cycle.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Calibration and validation and Thematic map in addition to Remote sensing. His study looks at the intersection of Biogeochemistry and topics like Nutrient with Agronomy. His study focuses on the intersection of Agronomy and fields such as Organic matter with connections in the field of Soil water.
His primary areas of study are Agriculture, Climate change, Agronomy, Crop and Land cover. The concepts of his Agriculture study are interwoven with issues in Soil water, Agricultural economics and Agricultural science. His Climate change research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Carbon cycle, Terrestrial ecosystem, Ecosystem and Environmental protection.
His Environmental protection research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Ecology, Biofuel and Greenhouse gas. His study in Crop is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Agroforestry, Agricultural engineering, Yield and Sowing. His work carried out in the field of Land cover brings together such families of science as Satellite imagery, Remote sensing and Sample.
Marijn van der Velde focuses on European union, Agriculture, Climate change, Land cover and Land use. Marijn van der Velde has researched Agriculture in several fields, including Crop yield, Agronomy, Growing season, Yield and Soil water. His work on Wheat grain and Grain quality as part of general Agronomy research is frequently linked to Protein concentration and Co2 concentration, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Marijn van der Velde works mostly in the field of Growing season, limiting it down to topics relating to Biomass and, in certain cases, Crop. The various areas that he examines in his Climate change study include Distributed computing, Food security, Rapeseed and Scale. His research in Land cover intersects with topics in Remote sensing, Geospatial analysis and Sample.
His primary areas of investigation include Food security, Agriculture, Climate change, Agronomy and Wheat grain. His studies deal with areas such as Risk analysis and Data stream mining as well as Food security. His Agriculture study combines topics in areas such as Natural resource, Crop yield and Satellite imagery.
Marijn van der Velde integrates several fields in his works, including Climate change and Temporal consistency. His Oceanic climate research extends to the thematically linked field of Agronomy. His Wheat grain research incorporates themes from Global change, Grain quality and Grain yield.
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Climate extremes and the carbon cycle
Markus Reichstein;Michael Bahn;Philippe Ciais;Dorothea Frank.
Human-induced nitrogen–phosphorus imbalances alter natural and managed ecosystems across the globe
Josep Peñuelas;Benjamin Poulter;Jordi Sardans;Philippe Ciais.
Effects of climate extremes on the terrestrial carbon cycle: concepts, processes and potential future impacts
Dorothe A. Frank;Markus Reichstein;Michael Bahn;Kirsten Thonicke.
Global Change Biology (2015)
Mapping global cropland and field size
Steffen Fritz;Linda See;Ian McCallum;Liangzhi You.
Geo-Wiki: An online platform for improving global land cover
Steffen Fritz;Ian McCallum;Christian Schill;Christoph Perger.
Climate change impact and adaptation for wheat protein
Senthold Asseng;Pierre Martre;Andrea Maiorano;Reimund P Rötter.
Global Change Biology (2019)
Highlighting continued uncertainty in global land cover maps for the user community
Steffen Fritz;Linda See;Ian McCallum;Christian Schill;Christian Schill.
Estimating irrigation water requirements in Europe
Gunter Wriedt;Marijn Van der Velde;Alberto Aloe;Fayçal Bouraoui.
Journal of Hydrology (2009)
Environmental footprint family to address local to planetary sustainability and deliver on the SDGs
Davy Vanham;Adrian Leip;Alessandro Galli;Thomas Kastner.
Assessing the impact of soil degradation on food production
Prem S Bindraban;Prem S Bindraban;Marijn van der Velde;Liming Ye;Maurits van den Berg.
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability (2012)
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