Meet José and his project

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Agricultural soil N budget for 1900, 1950, 2000, and 2050 (Bouwman et al., 2013)

How will global biogeochemical cycles respond to climate-induced changes in the hydrological cycle?
My main goal within the “Future global water cycle” project  is to develop quantitative models that can describe the cycling of nutrients (e.g. water depth-integrated transformations) at a global scale in freshwater and coastal systems, with a special focus on the historical alteration to these nutrient cycles since the industrial age and future projections based on various shared socioeconomic scenarios. Subprojects include:

  1. Anthropogenic influence on inland water greenhouse gas release (collaborators: global hydrology, ecohydrology)
  2. Global nutrient cycle response to climatic and anthropogenic stresses (collaborators: global hydrology)
  3. Integrated assessment of equatorial Alpine glacier decline on population and agriculture (collaboratos: polar meteorology)
  4. Quantifying variations in nutrient cycling in riparian zones due to flooding events (collaborators: Environmental Biology)

About José
José Mogollón obtained his PhD from the Universiteit Utrecht in May 2011 and then worked as a Postdoc at the Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research, Bremerhaven Germany. Currenly José is currently working as a Postdoc in the Biogeochemistry group. His three main interest are: the past present and future (global) biogeochemical cycles, the Earth System and reactive transport modelling, and Environmental hydrogeology.

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