dr. Paul Schot
P.P.Schot@uu.nl
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Profile

Associate professor of Environmental Sciences and Ecohydrology

I am a geohydrologist working in the field of environmental sciences.

My research activities may be subdivided as follows:

1) Hydrology and watermanagement, mostly in the context of nature conservation and restoration. I am particularly interested in (ground)water quality patterns in relation to (ground)water flow systems. In recent years I have been working on:

  • Groundwater modelling
  • Water quality patterns in wetlands
  • The dynamic form of rainwater lenses in drained fens
  • Groundwater-surface water interactions
  • Suspended sediment deposition in floodplains
  • Distributed water balance models for river basins
  • Managed Aquifer Recharge (MAR)

2) Decision support systems for land use change and water management, focussing on ways to enhance the use of scientific information on land and water systems in decision making (science-policy interface). The research has involved:

  • Use of decision support systems in spatial planning processes
  • Application of optimisation methods (Genetic Algorithms) for land use change planning
  • Social Cost Benefit Analysis of land use and water management scenarios

 

 

Strategic themes / Focus areas
Scientific expertise
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Curriculum vitae

Academic Positions

2014 - present

2012 – present

Program leader, master Sustainable Development

Program leader , master Water Science and Management

2006 - 2008  

Director of education and boardmember, Department of Innovation and Environmental Sciences, Utrecht University 

2006 - 2007 

Head (ad-interim), section Environmental Sciences, Utrecht University 

2000 - 2004  

Coordinator, interfaculty research program “Networks in the Delta”, Utrecht University 

1997 - 1998 

Director of education, Environmental Sciences, Utrecht University 

1996 - present 

Associate professor, Utrecht University

1994 - 1996 

Adjunct head, bussiness unit Hydrology & Watermanagement;
Consultant on Water Resources Management; IWACO BV, The Netherlands

1992 - 1993    

                      

Representative for Western Africa;
Hydrogeologist; IWACO Consultants for Water and Environment, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso 

1984 - 1991 

Assistant professor at Utrecht University 

1982 - 1984 

Student-assistant at Hydrogeology department, Free University Amsterdam

 

Selection of functions

  • Member of the Dutch Commission on Environmental Impact Assesssment
  • Director of education, Innovation- and Environmental Sciences, Utrecht
    University
  • Head section Environmental Sciences, Utrecht University
  • Board member, Department of Innovation and Environmental Sciences,
    Utrecht University
  • Representative for Western Africa, IWACO Consultants on Water and
    Environment, Burkina Faso
  • Deputy-head productgroup Water & Ecology, IWACO Consultants on Water and
    Environment, Den Bosch, The Netherlands
  • Coordinator of interdisciplinary research programme Networks in the
    Delta, Utrecht University
  • Project leader of about 25 consultancy projects, both with IWACO and
    Utrecht University
  • Member of several professional boards, and several international
    scientific/organisational conference committees

Supervision of PhD theses

On-going:

  • Floris Naus - Regional implementation of Managed Aquifer Recharge in Bangladesh
  • Feroz Islam - Dynamic polder management for sustainable livelihoods in Bangladesh
  • Ann-Hélene Faber - Chemical risk assesment of hydraulic fracturing for drinking water
  • Henk van Hardeveld - Science-Policy interface in water management
  • Floris keizer - Revisiting the Flood Pulse Concept: how peatland hydrology influences spatial vegetation distributions in a natural floodplain
  • Tanapipat Walalite - Hydro-ecological functioning of the monsoonal Songkhram river floodplain in Thailand 

Finalised:

  • Dr. B. van der Grift - 9 June 2017
    Geochemical and hydrodynamic phosphorus retention mechanisms in lowland catchments
  • Dr. A. van Loon  - 12 March 2010
    Unravelling hydrological mechanisms behind fen deterioration in order to design restoration strategies
  • Dr. F. van Kouwen - 3 October 2007 
    The Quasta approach - exploring new pathways to improve the use of knowledge for sustainability challenges. 
  • Dr. C. Vink - 16 June 2006
    Continuing lines - Application of heuristic optimisation techniques for spatial environmental problems with multiple objectives. 
  • Dr. G. Vonk - 28 March 2006
    Improving planning support. The use of Planning Support Systems for spatial planning.
  • Dr. N. Pieterse - 20 February 2004
    Patching up the landscape. Optimising procedures for selecting suitable sites and emasures for ecological restoration.


Academic Education

1991 

Ph.D. in Geohydrology/Environmental Sciences, Utrecht University

1984

M.Sc. in Geohydrology, Free University Amsterdam 

1980 

B.Sc. in Physical Geography, Free University Amsterdam 

1977 

Propedeutic in Civil Engeneering, Delft University of Technology

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All publications
  2016 - Scholarly publications
van der Grift, B., Behrends, T., Osté, L.A., Schot, P.P., Wassen, M.J. & Griffioen, J. (01.08.2016). Fe hydroxyphosphate precipitation and Fe(II) oxidation kinetics upon aeration of Fe(II) and phosphate-containing synthetic and natural solutions. Geochmica et Cosmochimica Acta, 186, (pp. 71-90) (20 p.).
Walalite, Tanapipat, Dekker, Stefan C., Keizer, Floris M., Kardel, Ignacy, Schot, Paul P., deJong, Steven M. & Wassen, Martin J. (2016). Flood Water Hydrochemistry Patterns Suggest Floodplain Sink Function for Dissolved Solids from the Songkhram Monsoon River (Thailand). Wetlands, 36 (6), (pp. 995-1008) (14 p.).
  2015 - Scholarly publications
Koukoui, Nadia, Gersonius, Berry, Schot, Paul P. & van Herk, Sebastiaan (2015). Adaptation tipping points and opportunities for urban flood risk management. Journal of Water and Climate Change, 6 (4), (pp. 695-710) (16 p.).
  2014 - Scholarly publications
Bootsma, Margien C., Vermeulen, Walter J V, Van Dijk, Jerry & Schot, Paul P. (01.01.2014). Added value and constraints of transdisciplinary case studies in environmental science curricula. Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, 21 (3), (pp. 155-166) (12 p.).
Keizer, F. M., Schot, P. P., Okruszko, T., Chormanski, J., Kardel, I. & Wassen, M. J. (01.03.2014). A new look at the Flood Pulse Concept - The (ir)relevance of the moving littoral in temperate zone rivers. Ecological Engineering, 64 (March 2014), (pp. 85-99) (15 p.).
  2013 - Scholarly publications
Koukoui, N., Gersonius, B., Schot, P.P., Zevenberg, C. & Kelder, E. (18.03.2013). Adaptation tipping points for the management of urban flood risk - Case Study in Dordrecht, the Netherlands. 1st European Climate Change Adaptation Conference (ECCA) Hamburg, Germany, 1st European Climate Change Adaptation Conference (ECCA).
  2012 - Scholarly publications
Schot, P.P. & Pieber, S.M. (2012). Spatial and temporal variations in shallow wetland groundwater quality. Journal of Hydrology, 422-423, (pp. 43-52) (10 p.).
  2011 - Scholarly publications
Bootsma, M.C., Vermeulen, W.J.V., van Dijk, J. & Schot, P.P. (08.05.2011). Added value and constraints of real-world learning opportunities in environmental science curricula. 17th Annual International Sustainable Development Research Conference The Earth Institute, Columbia University, New York, USA, 17th Annual International Sustainable Development Research Conference.
Schot, P.P., Schnitzer, D. & Oude Essink, G.H.P. (2011). Fresh-Brackish groundwater interface response to hydro(eco)logicial management in the Naardermeer wetland, the Netherlands. 3rd International multidisciplinary conference on Hydrology and Ecology: Ecosysems, groundwater and surface water - pressure Vienna, Austria, 3rd International multidisciplinary conference on Hydrology and Ecology: Ecosysems, groundwater and surface water - pressure.
van Laerhoven, F.S.J., Dieperink, C., Barnes, C.A., van Rijnsoever, F.J. & Schot, P.P. (21.11.2011). Governing nature, man, and technology in the delta - The effects of climate on the vulnerability of marginalized communities in urbanizing deltas. World Delta Summit Jakarta, Indonesia, World Delta Summit.
van Loon, A.H. & Schot, P.P. (2011). Het ondergrondse water. In W. Weijs (Eds.), Natuur en landschap van de Vechtstreek (pp. 118-133) (352 p.). Zeist: KNNV Uitgeverij.
van Loon, A.H., Soomers, H., Schot, P.P., Bierkens, M.F.P., Griffioen, J. & Wassen, M.J. (2011). Linking habitat suitability and seed dispersal models in order to analyse the effectiveness of hydrological fen restoration strategies. Biological Conservation, 144 (3), (pp. 1025-1035) (11 p.).
  2011 - Other output
P.P. Schot (08.05.2011) Added value and constraints or real-world learning opportunities in environmental science curricula
P.P. Schot (02.05.2011) Fresh-brackish groundwater interface response to hydro(eco)logical management in the Naardermeer wetland, The Netherlands
P.P. Schot (21.11.2011) Governing nature, man, and technology in the delta - The effects of climate on the vulnerability of marginalized communities in urbanizing deltas
P.P. Schot (06.04.2011) Reactie zoetzout-grondwatersysteem op het waterbeheer in en rond het Naardermeer-reservaat
  2010 - Scholarly publications
Schot, P.P. & Wassen, M.J. (01.02.2010). Modelling the effects of surface water flood pulses on groundwater. International Symposium on Wetlands in a Flood Pulsing Environment. Session: Hydrological understanding and modelling of flood pulse dynamics Maun, Botswana, Abstract for the International Symposium on Wetlands in a Flood Pulsing Environment. Session: Hydrological understanding and modelling of flood pulse dynamics.
  2010 - Professional publications
Barendregt, A., Schot, P.P. & Wassen, M.J. (2010). Klimaatverandering en modellering van natuureffecten - Verkenning van mogelijkheden om natuur effecten te voorspellen met hydrologische modellen als uitgangspunt. Utrecht, the Netherlands: Universiteit Utrecht, Rapport voor onderzoeksprogramma Kennis voor Klimaat, project KKF - Model platform Coupling.
  2010 - Other output
P.P. Schot (02.02.2010) Modelling the effects of surface water flood pulses on groundwater
P.P. Schot (10.09.2010) Spatial 3D-visualization of groundwater quality Gooi and Vechtstreek
  2009 - Scholarly publications
Schot, P.P. (20.04.2009). Modelling rainwater lens development in fens as a function of dynamic groudwater-surface water interactions. In J. Bruthans, K. Kovar & P. Nachtnebel (Eds.), Proceedings HydroEco 2009 2nd International multidisciplinary conference on hydorlogy and ecology: ecosystems interfacing with groundwater and surface water.
van Kouwen, F., Dieperink, C., Schot, P.P. & Wassen, M.J. (2009). Computer-supported cognitive mapping for participatory problem structuring. Environment and Planning A, 41 (1), (pp. 63-81) (19 p.).
van Kouwen, F.A., Renooij, S. & Schot, P.P. (2009). Inference in Qualitative Probabilistic Networks revisited. International Journal of Approximate Reasoning, 50 (5), (pp. 708-720) (13 p.).
van Loon, A. H., Schot, P. P., Bierkens, M., Griffioen, J. & Wassen, M. J. (01.06.2009). Local and regional impact of anthropogenic drainage on fen contiguity. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences Discussions, 6 (3), (pp. 4379-4409).
van Loon, A.H., Schot, P.P., Bierkens, M.F.P., Griffioen, J. & Wassen, M.J. (2009). Local and regional impact of anthropogenic drainage on fen contiguity. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 13 (10), (pp. 1837-1848) (12 p.).
van Loon, A.H., Schot, P.P., Griffioen, J., Bierkens, M.F.P. & Wassen, M.J. (2009). Palaeo-hydrological reconstruction of a managed fen area in The Netherlands. Journal of Hydrology, 378 (3-4), (pp. 205-217) (13 p.).
van Loon, A.H., Schot, P.P., Griffioen, J., Bierkens, M.F.P., Batelaan, O. & Wassen, M.J. (2009). Throughflow as determining factor for habitat contiguity in a near-natural fen. Journal of Hydrology, 379 (1-2), (pp. 30-40) (11 p.).
  2009 - Other output
P.P. Schot (29.01.2009) Calcium-rijk grondwater voor natuur: niet perse ver, diep en duur
P.P. Schot (20.04.2009) Modelling rainwater lens development in fens as a function of dynamic groundwater-surface water interactions
P.P. Schot (20.04.2009) The influence of drainage on infiltration-exfiltration patterns across a managed fen
  2008 - Scholarly publications
van Kouwen, F.A., Dieperink, C., Schot, P.P. & Wassen, M.J. (2008). Applicability of Decision Support Systems for Integrated Coastal Zone Management. Coastal Management, 36 (1), (pp. 19-34) (16 p.).
van Kouwen, F.A., Schot, P.P. & Wassen, M.J. (2008). A framework for linking advanced simulation models with interactive cognitive maps. Environmental Modelling and Software, 23 (9), (pp. 1133-1144) (12 p.).
  2008 - Other output
P.P. Schot (17.09.2008) 1000 years of human impact on the hydrology of a managed fan
P.P. Schot (21.05.2008) Developments of Environmental Sciences education programmes at Utrecht University
P.P. Schot (11.06.2008) Ecosystem approach in Biodiversity Management
P.P. Schot (11.06.2008) Ecosystem approach in land use planning in the Netherlands.
P.P. Schot (08.04.2008) Education in Environmental Sciences at Utrecht University
P.P. Schot (30.10.2008) Research at Environmental Sciences, Utrecht University
P.P. Schot (12.06.2008) Water Resources Management
  2007 - Scholarly publications
Loonen, W., Heuberger, P.S.C., Bakema, A. & Schot, P.P. (2007). Improving the spatial coherence of nature areas using genetic algorithms. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, 34 (2), (pp. 369-378) (10 p.).
van Kouwen, F.A., Dieperink, C., Schot, P.P. & Wassen, M.J. (05.11.2007). Improving Environmental Decision-making: Bridging the Gap between Conceptual Modelling and Quantitative Analyses with Quasta. In J. Grundy, S. Hartmann, A.H.F. Laender & L. Maciaszek (Eds.), Proc. Tutorials, posters, panels and industrial contributions at the 26th International Conference on Conceptual Modeling - ER 2007 26th International Conference on Conceptual Modeling, Auckland, Australia.
van Kouwen, F.A., Dieperink, C., Schot, P.P. & Wassen, M.J. (2007). Interactive problem structuring with ICZM stakeholders. FEEM Working Paper No. 52
Vonk, G.A., Geertman, S.C.M. & Schot, P.P. (2007). A SWOT analysis of Planning Support Systems. Environment and Planning A, 39 (7), (pp. 1699-1714) (16 p.).
Vonk, G.A., Geertman, S.C.M. & Schot, P.P. (2007). New technologies stuck in old hierarchies. An analysis of diffusion of geo-information technologies in Dutch public organizations. Public Administration Review, 67 (4), (pp. 745-756) (12 p.).
  2007 - Other output
P.P. Schot (30.10.2007) Docentlast en betaalbaarheid Bachelor-onderwijs IMW
P.P. Schot (30.04.2007) Environmental teaching at Utrecht University (NL) - multidisciplinary bachelor and master programmes.
P.P. Schot (08.07.2007) Global change impacts: Consequences of climate change for freshwater wetlands, symposium S15.
P.P. Schot (08.07.2007) Symposium Consequences of climate change for freshwater wetlands.
  2006 - Scholarly publications
Loonen, W., Heuberger, P.S.C., Bakema, H. & Schot, P.P. (2006). Application of a Genetic Algorithm to minimize agricultural nitrogen depositon in nature reserves. Agricultural Systems, 88, (pp. 360-375) (16 p.).
Schot, P.P. & Winter, Th.C. (2006). Groundwater-surface water interactions in wetlands for integrated water resources management. Journal of Hydrology, 320 (3-4), (pp. 261-263) (3 p.).
Schot, P.P. & Winter, Th.C. (2006). Special issue Groundwater-surface water interactions in wetlands for integrated water resources management. Journal of Hydrology 320 (3-4). (260 p.). Journal of Hydrology.
van Belle, J., Barendregt, A., Schot, P.P. & Wassen, M.J. (2006). The effects of groundwater discharge, mowing, and eutrophication on fen vegetation evaluated over half a century. Applied Vegetation Science, 9 (2), (pp. 195-204) (10 p.).
Vink, C. & Schot, P.P. (2006). An analysis of different strategies for the prioritization of groundwater quality prediction studies wih a sequential numerical game. Calibration and reliability in groundwater modelling: From uncertainty to decision making (pp. 1-6) (6 p.). The Hague, the Netherlands: IAHS, ModelCARE' 2005, June 2005.
Vonk, G.A., Geertman, S.C.M. & Schot, P.P. (2006). Usage of planning support systems. In J. van Leeuwen & H. Timmermans (Eds.), Innovations in Design and Decision Support Systems in Architecture and Urban Planning (pp. 263-274) (12 p.). Berlin: Springer.
  2006 - Professional publications
Schot, Paul (2006). MeerMeer - 13 jaar Herstelplan Naardermeer. Landschap, 2006 (3).
  2005 - Scholarly publications
Dekker, S.C., Barendregt, A., Bootsma, M.C. & Schot, P.P. (2005). Modelling hydrological management for the restoration of acidified floating fens. Hydrological Processes, 19, (pp. 3973-3984) (12 p.).
Dijst, M.J., Burrough, P.A. & Schot, P.P. (2005). Coping with uncertainties in intergarative spatial planning. Environment and Planning A, 37 (8), (pp. 1331-1334 doi:10.1068/a3783) (4 p.).
Dijst, M.J., Burrough, P.A. & Schot, P.P. (2005). Special Issue on Coping with uncertainties in integrative spatial planning. Environment and Planning A 37(8). Unknown Publisher.
Musters, K., Schot, P.P., de Smidt, J.T. & Stegewerns, C. (2005). Ruimtelijke kwaliteit als sturende kracht. Redactioneel Themanummer Ruimtelijke Kwaliteit. Landschap, 22 (1), (pp. 3) (1 p.).
Musters, K., Schot, P.P., de Smidt, J.T. & Stegewerns, C. (2005). Themanummer Ruimtelijke Kwaliteit. Landschap 22(1). Unknown Publisher.
Pieterse, N.M., Olde Venterink, H., Schot, P.P. & Verkroost, A.W.M. (2005). Is nutrient contamination of groundwater causing eutrophication of groundwater-fed meadows?. Landscape Ecology, 20 (6), (pp. 743-753) (11 p.).
Schot, P.P., Loonen, W. & Vink, C. (2005). U vraagt en wij draaien: Ruimtelijk optimaal verdelen van kwaliteitswensen. Landschap, 22 (1), (pp. 55-62) (8 p.).
van Kouwen, F.A., Dieperink, C., Wassen, M.J. & Schot, P.P. (2005). Decision Support Systems for Integrated Coastal Zone Management: Experiences from the Netherlands. In Veloso Gomes Fernando, Taveira Pinto Francisco, das Neves Luciana, Sena Ferreira Alexandra & Ferreira Oscar (Eds.), Proceedings of the First National Conference on Coastal Conservation and Management in the Atlantic and Mediterranean (ICCCM'05) (pp. 119-126) (8 p.).
Vonk, G.A., Geertman, S.C.M. & Schot, P.P. (2005). Bottlenecks blocking widespread usage of planning support systems. Environment and Planning A, 37 (5), (pp. 909-924) (16 p.).
  2005 - Other output
P.P. Schot (06.06.2005) An analysis of different strategies for the prioritization of groundwater quality prediction studies with a sequential numerical game
P.P. Schot (18.04.2005) Decision support systems for integrated coastal zone management: experiences from the Netherlands
P.P. Schot (19.10.2005) Dynamic groundwater surface water interactions in Dutch fens
  2004 - Scholarly publications
Schipper, A.M. & Schot, P.P. (2004). A water balance model for Konya Closed Basin (Turkey),. Utrecht: Copernicus Institute, Utrecht University.
Schot, P.P. (2004). Achieving Sustainable Freshwater Systems: a web of connections. Ecological Economics, 49, (pp. 110-111) (2 p.).
Schot, P.P. (17.04.2004). Smart planning: optimising multiple objectives in a confined space. In M.J. Wassen, W.C. Turkenburg & M.C. Bootsma (Eds.), Contestable nature: claims on the countryside (pp. 30-35) (6 p.). Utrecht, the Netherlands: Copernicus Institute for Sustainable Development and Innovation, SENSE summer symposium.
Schot, P.P., Barendregt, A. & Wassen, M.J. (2004). Modelling approaches for metropolitan landscapes. In G. Tress, B. Tress, B. Harms, P. Smeets & A. van der Valk (Eds.), Planning Metropolitain Landscapes - Concepts, Demands, Approaches Wageningen, the Netherlands: DELTA.
Schot, P.P., Dekker, S.C. & Poot, A. (2004). The dynamic form of rainwater lenses in drained fens. Journal of Hydrology, 293, (pp. 74-84) (11 p.).
Verburg, P.H., Ritsema van Eck, J.R., de Nijs, A.C.M., Dijst, M.J. & Schot, P.P. (2004). Determinants of land-use change patterns in the Netherlands. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, 31, (pp. 125-150) (26 p.).
Verburg, P.H., Schot, P.P., Dijst, M.J. & Veldkamp, A. (2004). Land use change modelling: current practice and research priorities. Geo Journal, 61 (4), (pp. 309-324) (16 p.).
Vonk, G.A., Geertman, S.C.M. & Schot, P.P. (2004). Knelpunten voor het gebruik van planning support systemen in de ruimtelijke planningspraktijk. In E.M. Fendel (Eds.), Geo-Informatiedag Nederland 2004 Unknown Publisher, Geo-Informatiedag Nederland 2004, Ede.
  2003 - Scholarly publications
Dijst, M.J., Schot, P.P. & de Jong, K. (2003). Framing land use dynamics: reviewed abstracts. Utrecht: Faculty of Geographical Sciences, Utrecht University.
Vonk, G.A., Geertman, S.C.M. & Schot, P.P. (24.04.2003). Planning Support Systems for participatory planning. In M. Laurini & S. Coulondre (Eds.), Proceedings of the 6th AGILE conference (pp. 601-605) (5 p.). Lyon, France, 6th AGILE conference.
Wassen, M.J., Barendregt, A., Glasbergen, P., Schot, P.P., de Smidt, J.T. & Okruszko, T. (13.07.2003). A combined approach of modelling and participation for effective implementation in planning. World Congress IALE (pp. 133-134) (2 p.). Darwin, Australia: International Association for Landscape Ecology, World Congress Landscape Ecology.
  2003 - Other output
P.P. Schot (08.11.2003) A GIS-based river basin model as a tool in IRBM
P.P. Schot (16.04.2003) Bottlenecks for usage of Planning Support Systems in spatial planning
P.P. Schot (08.09.2003) Building quick scan impact assessment models with Internet data
P.P. Schot (16.04.2003) Evaluation of water sensitive spatial planning in land reconstruction in the Netherlands
P.P. Schot (16.04.2003) Framing land use dynamics
P.P. Schot (20.05.2003) Kartering van hydrologische systemen
P.P. Schot (06.04.2003) Rainwater lenses in wetlands.
P.P. Schot (16.04.2003) Water sensitive spatial planning
P.P. Schot (16.04.2003) Water sensitive spatial planning: overview of developments in the Netherlands
P.P. Schot (25.07.2003) Wetlands conference
  2002 - Scholarly publications
van Horssen, P.W., Pebesma, E.J. & Schot, P.P. (2002). Uncertainties in spatially aggregated predictions form a logistic regression model. Ecological Modelling, 154 (1-2), (pp. 93-101) (9 p.).
Vink, C. & Schot, P.P. (2002). Multiple-objective optimization of drinking water production strategies using a genetic algorithm. Water Resources Research, 38 (9), (pp. 1181-1181) (1 p.).
  2002 - Other output
P.P. Schot (12.03.2002) Kartering van hydrologische systemen
  2001 - Scholarly publications
Schot, P.P., Poot, A. & Peeters, W.H.M. (2001). A surface water model for the Orinoco river basin. Utrecht: Dept. of Environmental Sciences, Utrecht University.
Schot, P.P., van der Vliet, R.E. & Wassen, M.J. (2001). Calcium: indicator voor de herkomst van grondwater?. Landschap, 18, (pp. 21-36) (16 p.).
Vink, C. & Schot, P.P. (2001). Presys-GQ; Groundwater Quality Prediction System. EU-LIFE project PRESYS-QO. (13 p.). Utrecht: Department of Environmental Sciences, Utrecht University, Report plus appendices. Dept. of Environmental Sciences, Utrecht University.
  2001 - Professional publications
Verburg, P.H., Dijst, M.J. & Schot, P.P. (2001). Modelling approaches for the analysis of the dynamics of land use: perspectives for a new generation of integrated models. (63 p.). Utrecht: UU GEOG Milieukunde en Hydro-ecologie.
Vink, C. & Schot, P.P. (2001). Demonstrating case studies on multiple objective optimisation of regional drinking water supply. (36 p.). Utrecht: UU GEOG Milieukunde en Hydro-ecologie.
Vink, C. & Schot, P.P. (2001). Dissemination of project results on the Internet. EU-LIFE project PRESYS-GQ. Technical report 6. (22 p.). Utrecht: UU GEOG Milieukunde en Hydro-ecologie.
  2001 - Other output
P.P. Schot (17.09.2001) A GIS-based river basin model as a tool in Integrated River Basin Management. Case study of the Orinoco river basin
P.P. Schot (18.10.2001) An impact assessment tool for participatory evaluation of dam and reservoir locations
P.P. Schot (27.09.2001) Koppeling van het landschaps-ecologisch aan het sociaal-economisch model
P.P. Schot (10.07.2001) Networks in the Delta: land use analysis for interactive integrated physical planning
  2000 - Professional publications
Poot, A. & Schot, P.P. (2000). Neerslaglenzen: vorm en dynamiek. Stromingen, 64 (4), (pp. 13-26) (14 p.).
Vink, C. & Schot, P.P. (2000). A decision support system for optimisation of regional drinking water supply. EU-LIFE project PRESYS-GQ Technical Report 4. (13 p.). Utrecht: UU GEOG Milieukunde en Hydro-ecologie.
Vink, C. & Schot, P.P. (2000). EU-LIFE project PRESYS-GQ: Demonstration of a Groundwater Quality Prediction System for Impact Assessment of Landuse Development on Sustainable Drinking Water Quality Production. Progress Report 2. Utrecht: UU GEOG Milieukunde en Hydro-ecologie.
  2000 - Other output
P.P. Schot (01.05.2000) A GIS-based surface water model for the Orinoco river
P.P. Schot (02.09.2000) Application of a genetic algorithm in a GIS-based decision support system for multi-objective optimisation of drinking water production
P.P. Schot (02.09.2000) Development of a generic framework for interactive integrated physical planning
P.P. Schot (12.09.2000) Kartering van hydrologische systemen
P.P. Schot (28.06.2000) Multiple-objective optimisation
  0 - Other output
P.P. Schot () Droogte en waterbeheer
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Associate professor of Environmental Sciences and Ecohydrology

I am a geohydrologist working in the field of environmental sciences.

My research activities may be subdivided as follows:

1) Hydrology and watermanagement, mostly in the context of nature conservation and restoration. I am particularly interested in (ground)water quality patterns in relation to (ground)water flow systems. In recent years I have been working on:

  • Groundwater modelling
  • Water quality patterns in wetlands
  • The dynamic form of rainwater lenses in drained fens
  • Groundwater-surface water interactions
  • Suspended sediment deposition in floodplains
  • Distributed water balance models for river basins
  • Managed Aquifer Recharge (MAR)

2) Decision support systems for land use change and water management, focussing on ways to enhance the use of scientific information on land and water systems in decision making (science-policy interface). The research has involved:

  • Use of decision support systems in spatial planning processes
  • Application of optimisation methods (Genetic Algorithms) for land use change planning
  • Social Cost Benefit Analysis of land use and water management scenarios

 

Supervision of PhD theses

  • Dr. A. van Loon  - 12 March 2010
    Unravelling hydrological mechanisms behind fen deterioration in order to design restoration strategies
  • Dr. F. van Kouwen - 3 October 2007  
    The Quasta approach - exploring new pathways to improve the use of knowledge for sustainability challenges. 
  • Dr. C. Vink - 16 June 2006
    Continuing lines - Application of heuristic optimisation techniques for spatial environmental problems with multiple objectives. 
  • Dr. G. Vonk - 28 March 2006
    Improving planning support. The use of Planning Support Systems for spatial planning.
  • Dr. N. Pieterse - 20 February 2004
    Patching up the landscape. Optimising procedures for selecting suitable sites and measures for ecological restoration.
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Bachelor

  • Integraal Water- en Bodembeheer (GEO3-2133)
  • Duurzame ontwikkeling (GEO1-2103)
  • Grondslagen van de milieuwetenschappen (GEO1-2101)
  • Processen in milieucompartimenten (GEO1-2141)
  • Environmental Impact Assessment (GEO2-2123)
  • Module op maat (GEO3-2144)
  • Bachelor thesis Milieu-Natuurwetenschappen (GEO3-2138)

Master

  • Transdisciplinary Case Study (GEO4-2302)
  • Research in Global Change and Ecosystems (GEO4-2319)
  • Master thesis (GEO4-2321)
  • Publishing your research (GEO4-2318)
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dr. P.P. Schot Contact details
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