His scientific interests lie mostly in Soil water, Hydrology, Reflectometry, Water content and Markov chain Monte Carlo. His Soil water research is within the category of Soil science. His Hydrology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Throughfall and Applied mathematics.
His study in Water content is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Spatial ecology, Loam and Infiltration. His work deals with themes such as Posterior probability, Mathematical optimization and Hydrological modelling, which intersect with Markov chain Monte Carlo. His study focuses on the intersection of Mathematical optimization and fields such as Data assimilation with connections in the field of Flood forecasting.
Willem Bouten mainly focuses on Ecology, Soil water, Hydrology, Soil science and Water content. His study on Foraging, Habitat, Predation and Seasonal breeder is often connected to Larus fuscus as part of broader study in Ecology. His Soil water study combines topics in areas such as Reflectometry, Time domain, Evapotranspiration and Spatial variability.
His research investigates the connection with Hydrology and areas like Throughfall which intersect with concerns in Interception. His Soil science research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Content and Hydrology. His Water content research incorporates elements of Hydraulic conductivity and Forest floor.
Willem Bouten mainly investigates Ecology, Foraging, Bird migration, Habitat and Fishery. Willem Bouten carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Ecology and Specialization. His Foraging research incorporates themes from Animal ecology, Vulture, Predation and Social dynamics.
His studies deal with areas such as North sea, Elevation, Sampling, Flyway and Nocturnal as well as Bird migration. His Habitat research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Population density, Orographic lift, Meteorology and Larus michahellis. As a part of the same scientific family, Willem Bouten mostly works in the field of Fishery, focusing on Climate change and, on occasion, Marine reserve, Marine protected area, Seasonal breeder and Conservation status.
Willem Bouten mostly deals with Ecology, Habitat, Foraging, Predictability and Vulture. Food availability, Arctic, Phenology, Global warming and Egg laying are among the areas of Ecology where the researcher is concentrating his efforts. His studies in Habitat integrate themes in fields like Thermal, Meteorology, Terrain, Eagle and Orographic lift.
His Foraging study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Resource, Energy budget and Seabird. His Predictability research includes themes of Null model, Ecology, Ecological relationship and Data assimilation. As a member of one scientific family, Willem Bouten mostly works in the field of Vulture, focusing on Neophron percnopterus and, on occasion, Ecosystem services, Livestock, Ecosystem and Threatened species.
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A Shuffled Complex Evolution Metropolis algorithm for optimization and uncertainty assessment of hydrologic model parameters
Jasper A. Vrugt;Hoshin V. Gupta;Willem Bouten;Soroosh Sorooshian.
Water Resources Research (2003)
Effective and efficient algorithm for multiobjective optimization of hydrologic models
Jasper A. Vrugt;Hoshin V. Gupta;Luis A. Bastidas;Willem Bouten.
Water Resources Research (2003)
Improved treatment of uncertainty in hydrologic modeling: Combining the strengths of global optimization and data assimilation
Jasper A. Vrugt;Cees G. H. Diks;Hoshin V. Gupta;Willem Bouten.
Water Resources Research (2005)
Soil water content measurements at different scales: accuracy of time domain reflectometry and ground-penetrating radar
J.A. Huisman;C. Sperl;W. Bouten;J.M. Verstraten.
Journal of Hydrology (2001)
Modeling water retention curves of sandy soils using neural networks
Marcel G. Schaap;Marcel G. Schaap;Willem Bouten.
Water Resources Research (1996)
Gross rainfall and its partitioning into throughfall, stemflow and evaporation of intercepted water in four forest ecosystems in western Amazonia
Journal of Hydrology (2000)
A Computer-Controlled 36-Channel Time Domain Reflectometry System for Monitoring Soil Water Contents
Water Resources Research (1990)
A flexible GPS tracking system for studying bird behaviour at multiple scales
Journal of Ornithology (2013)
A quantitative framework for assessing spatial flows of ecosystem services
H.M. Serna-Chavez;C.J.E. Schulp;P.M. van Bodegom;W. Bouten.
Assessing temporal variations in soil water composition with time domain reflectometry
T.J. Heimovaara;A.G. Focke;W. Bouten;J.M. Verstraten.
Soil Science Society of America Journal (1995)
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