Zoek medewerkers/organisaties dr. M Strokal MSc
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Naamdr. M Strokal MSc
RoepnaamMaryna
Emailmaryna.strokal@wur.nl

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OmschrijvingAssistant professor
OrganisatieDepartement Omgevingswetenschappen
OrganisatieeenheidWater Systems and Global Change
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BezoekadresDroevendaalsesteeg 3a
6708PB, WAGENINGEN
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PostadresPostbus 47
6700AA, WAGENINGEN
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  • guest research scholar - International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis
    feb 2022 - jan 2023

  • Guest researcher - Southwest University
    mei 2020 - mei 2023

    Guest researcher in the Southwest University


Biografie

Maryna Strokal is an assistant professor at the Water Systems and Global change group of Wageningen University & Research. Her research ambitions are to contribute to solving multi-pollutant problems to ensure clean water for society and nature. Maryna addresses knowledge gaps that are related to interactions in the system, causes of multiple pollutants in waters and exploration of optimal solutions to reduce future water pollution. For this, she takes a multi-pollutant perspective. She leads a team of Master students and PhD candidates who are developing the family of the MARINA models (Models to Assess river Inputs of pollutsaNts to seAs) for global and national analyses. Models are used to explore future trends in water pollution and options to reduce this pollution. Maryna is part of several international initiatives and projects. She is a member of Wageningen Young Academy. Maryna's research is interdisciplinary and combines insights of social and natural sciences. 


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Veni project: "Clean water for all: optimal solutions for reducing multiple pollutants in rivers" (funded by NWO; 2019-2023). In this project, Maryna produces new knowledge on interactions between multiple pollutants and their causes in order to identify optimal solutions for reducing future river export of multiple pollutants simultaneously. Maryna does this in three steps. First, she analyses interactions between river pollutants. For this, she develops a global multi-pollutant model by extending my previously designed MARINA nutrient model to the world, and to a broader set of pollutants. Second, she analyses causes of multi-pollutant problems in severely polluted regions (hotspots) using the model of Step 1. For future years, she develops new scenarios taking into account societal trends such as economic and population growth, and climate change. Third, she links the model of Step 1 with a spatial optimisation method to identify optimal sets of mitigation options to reduce future river export of multiple pollutants simultaneously in selected hotspots from Step 2. Her research is novel in combining biogeochemical and biophysical substance flow analysis with a spatial economic optimisation analysis for multiple pollutants. This combination allows to identify optimal solutions for multi-pollutant problems in rivers and their sub-basins worldwide. Maryna's research can help to prioritize future research and serve as a basis to co-design, with model users, optimal solutions for pollution hotspots. 

https://www.nwo.nl/en/projects/016veni198001 


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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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