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Nameir. F Cuperus
FirstnameFogelina
Emailfogelina.cuperus@wur.nl

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DescriptionPhD candidate
OrganizationDepartment of Plant Sciences
Organization UnitFarming Systems Ecology
DescriptionResearcher sustainable cropping systems - Agroecologist
OrganizationWageningen Plant Research
Organization UnitField Crops
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Biography

I currently work as an agroecologist at Wageningen University & Research, within the research institute Field Crops. I combine skills and knowledge of landscape analysis and design with ecology and agronomy. With my colleagues in the team Farming Systems Research (20-25 people) I design, evaluate and analyse regenerative and resilient cropping systems. We do this via participatory, applied research with farmers and many other stakeholders. Within the scope of agroecology, I focus on research and innovation projects on diversified cropping systems (intercropping, strip cropping, agroforestry).

I specialize in studying the effects of crop diversity (strip cropping) on farmland biodiversity, working as a PhD candidate at the Farming Systems Ecology group at Wageningen University & Research. Within this project, I work on studying the effects of large scale, organic strip cropping on the abundance and diversity of arable flora and fauna (insects & birds).

Contact: fogelina.cuperus@wur.nl

https://www.wur.nl/nl/Onderzoek-Resultaten/Onderzoeksprojecten-LNV/Expertisegebieden/kennisonline/Nature-based-solutions-in-open-teelten.htm


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Projects

REMIX - mixed crops for a resilient European agriculture

The ReMIX project (Species mixtures for redesigning European cropping systems - EU HORIZON 2020) is designed to encourage the use of crop diversity and to employ diversity in order to achieve resilient, agroecological European plant-based production systems.

DiverIMPACTS - crop diversity as the foundation for sustainable European production chains

The DiverIMPACTS project (Diversification through Rotation, Intercropping, Multiple Cropping, Promoted with Actors and value-Chains Towards Sustainability - EU HORIZON 2020) aims to promote and utilise crop diversity to achieve productive, resilient and sustainable European production chains.

Agroforestry - sorry, webpage is in Dutch.

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