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Namedr. ABG Janssen
FirstnameAnnette
Emailannette.janssen@wur.nl

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DescriptionOnderzoeker
OrganizationDepartment of Environmental Sciences
Organization UnitWater Systems and Global Change
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Visiting addressDroevendaalsesteeg 3a
6708PB, WAGENINGEN
Building/Room100/C.027
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  • - Geen nevenwerkzaamheden
    Nov 2017 - Present


Biography

Dr Annette B.G. Janssen is researcher on lake water quality in the Water Systems and Global Change Group. Annette received a NWO Veni grant to study the interaction between environment and society to find new solutions to prevent algal blooms. These solutions will help us to restore our lakes back to a healthy environment. Annette is involved in lake water quality research, with special emphasis on lake ecosystem functioning, the impact of external pressures on lake ecosystems and indicators of change in lakes. Annette co-developed the PCLake+ model to simulate the water quality in lakes around the world.


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  Annette Janssen on ResearchGate
  Annette Janssen on Linkedin
  Annette Janssen on Publons
  Annette Janssen on Google Scholar Citations

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Algal blooms turn lakes into toxic soups. Why are we unable to prevent them? Dr. Annette Janssen studies the interaction between water quality and societal pressure to find new solutions to prevent algal blooms. These solutions will help us to restore our lakes back to a healthy environment.


Education
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  • WSG-35306 - Modelling Future Water Stress
  • WSG-70224 - MSc Internship Water Systems and Global Change
  • WSG-70424 - MSc Internship Water Systems and Global Change
  • WSG-79224 - MSc Research Practice Water Systems and Global Change
  • WSG-79324 - MSc Research Practice Water Systems and Global Change
  • WSG-80424 - MSc Thesis Water Systems and Global Change
  • WSG-80436 - MSc Thesis Water Systems and Global Change
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