The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Erosion, Surface runoff, Sediment, Hydrology and Agronomy. Her Erosion research focuses on subjects like Mediterranean climate, which are linked to Drip irrigation, Ponding and Soil carbon. The concepts of her Surface runoff study are interwoven with issues in Soil organic matter, Soil conservation, Mulch, Hydrology and Land degradation.
Her Sediment research includes themes of Population density, Soil contamination, Environmental engineering and Land use. Saskia Keesstra combines subjects such as Deposition, Sedimentation, Agricultural land and Riparian zone with her study of Hydrology. Her Agronomy research includes themes of Soil fertility, Soil water, Soil management, Soil biodiversity and No-till farming.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Hydrology, Erosion, Surface runoff, Sediment and Soil water. She combines topics linked to Deposition with her work on Hydrology. Her Erosion study combines topics in areas such as Shrubland, Agronomy, Splash, Mediterranean climate and Land degradation.
She interconnects Agriculture and Bulk density in the investigation of issues within Agronomy. Her work investigates the relationship between Surface runoff and topics such as Mulch that intersect with problems in Straw. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Infiltration and Tillage.
Saskia Keesstra spends much of her time researching Erosion, Hydrology, Ecosystem services, Sediment and Ecosystem. Her work on Surface runoff expands to the thematically related Erosion. As a part of the same scientific study, she usually deals with the Surface runoff, concentrating on Arid and frequently concerns with Temporal scales and Land degradation.
Her Hydrology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Soil water, Splash, River morphology and Vegetation. Her Sediment study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Channel and Mediterranean climate. Her Ecosystem research incorporates themes from Natural resource, Climate change, Environmental resource management and Land use.
Ecosystem services, Ecosystem, Erosion, Land use and Natural resource are her primary areas of study. Her research integrates issues of Natural resource economics and Land management in her study of Ecosystem services. Her Erosion research integrates issues from Area under the roc curve, Linear discriminant analysis, Surface runoff and Scale.
Her research in Surface runoff intersects with topics in Drainage basin, Mediterranean climate and Sediment. Her Sediment study incorporates themes from Straw, Mulch, Agronomy, Drip irrigation and Ponding. Her Natural resource research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Land cover, Ecosystem valuation, Wetland and Environmental resource management.
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The significance of soils and soil science towards realization of the United Nations sustainable development goals
The superior effect of nature based solutions in land management for enhancing ecosystem services.
Saskia Keesstra;Saskia Keesstra;Joao P. Nunes;Joao P. Nunes;Agata Novara;David Finger.
Science of The Total Environment (2018)
Effects of soil management techniques on soil water erosion in apricot orchards
Saskia Keesstra;Paulo Pereira;Paulo Pereira;Agata Novara;Eric C. Brevik.
Science of The Total Environment (2016)
Soil as a filter for groundwater quality
Saskia D Keesstra;Violette Geissen;Kim Patricia May Mosse;S Piiranen.
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability (2012)
Soil-Related Sustainable Development Goals: Four Concepts to Make Land Degradation Neutrality and Restoration Work
Saskia Keesstra;Gerben Mol;Jan de Leeuw;Joop Okx.
The immediate effectiveness of barley straw mulch in reducing soil erodibility and surface runoff generation in Mediterranean vineyards
Massimo Prosdocimi;Antonio Jordán;Paolo Tarolli;Saskia Keesstra.
Science of The Total Environment (2016)
Loss of Plant Species Diversity Reduces Soil Erosion Resistance
SWAT‐simulated hydrological impact of land‐use change in the Zanjanrood basin, Northwest Iran
Golaleh Ghaffari;Saskia Keesstra;Jamal Ghodousi;Hassan Ahmadi.
Hydrological Processes (2010)
Soil conservation through sediment trapping: a review
Mulatie Mekonnen;Saskia D. Keesstra;Leo Stroosnijder;Jantiene E. M. Baartman.
Land Degradation & Development (2015)
Use of barley straw residues to avoid high erosion and runoff rates on persimmon plantations in Eastern Spain under low frequency–high magnitude simulated rainfall events
Artemi Cerdà;Óscar González-Pelayo;Antonio Giménez-Morera;Antonio Jordán.
Soil Research (2016)
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