Water resources management and environmental modelling
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Dr. Haasnoot is an environmental scientist specialized in water management, integrated assessment modeling and decision making under deep uncertainty. She is a founder of the Dynamic Adaptive Policy Pathways approach. Her current research focuses on (adaptive) delta management and planning, and climate change adaptation. Model based adaptation pathways, fast integrated models and signals for timely adaptation are key tools in this research. Current studies focus on San Francisco, Miami, the Netherlands, Bangladesh, and Vietnam. Serious gaming is one of tools she uses to socialize people with decision making under uncertainty and adaptation pathways. Marjolijn is leading the research program on adaptation to climate change and sea level rise, is a member of the leadership team of the Society for Decision Making under Deep Uncertainty, and will be a lead author for the Sixth Assessment Report of the IPCC.
Specialties: water management, environmental modelling, decision making under uncertainty, climate adaptation pathways, adaptation to sea level rise, deltas and coastal cities.
Papers in academia:
|2008 – pres.||Deltares||Climate adaptation and risk management|
|2008 – 2013||Delft University of Technology||Postdoctoral research: Adaptive delta management: development, acculturation, and dissemination in Bangladesh and Indonesia.|
|2013 – pres.||Femconsult||consultants on gender and development, board member|
|2008 – 2013||Twente University and Utrecht University||PhD. research, Perspectives in Integrated Water Resources Management. Sustainable water management in a changing environment.|
|2007 – 2008||WL | Delft Hydraulics, Inland Water Systems Division, River Basin Management||Researchers/advisor water resources management|
|2002 – 2008||GAIA network of female earth scientists||Board Member GAIA, Set-up and coordination of GAIA Ambassadors Network (GAN)|
|2001 – 2007||WL | Delft Hydraulics||Researcher/advisor ecohydrology and environmental modelling|
|1998 – 2001||RIZA, Institute for Inland Water Management and Waste Water Treatment||Water management and groundwater modelling, impacts of climate change|
|1995-1996||Student Committee Environmental Sciences||Co-founding|
|1995-1997||Education Committee Environmental Sciences||Member|
Fit for purpose? Building and evaluating a fast, integrated model for exploring water policy pathways
Haasnoot,M., W.P.A. van Deursen, J.H.A. Guillaume, J.H. Kwakkel, E. van Beek, H. Middelkoop, (2014), Environ. Model & Software, 60, 99-120, 10.1016/j.envsoft.2014.05.020.
Developing Dynamic Adaptive Policy Pathways: A computer-assisted approach to developing robust adaptation strategies for a deeply uncertain world.
Kwakkel, J.H., M. Haasnoot, W.E. Walker. (2014) Climatic Change. 10.1007/s10584-014-1210-4
Anticipating change: sustainable water policy pathways for an uncertain future.
Haasnoot, M. (2013) Phd thesis 10.3990/1.9789036535595
Dynamic Adaptive Policy Pathways: A Method for Crafting Robust Decisions for a Deeply Uncertain World.
Exploring pathways for sustainable water management in River deltas in a changing environment.
Haasnoot M., H. Middelkoop, A. Offermans, E. van Beek, W.P.A. van Deursen (2012). Climatic Change. 10.1007/s10584-012-0444-2
A history of futures: A review of scenario use in water policy studies in the Netherlands.
Haasnoot, M. & Middelkoop, H. (2012). Environmental Science & Policy, 19–20, 108-120. 10.1016/j.envsci.2012.03.002
A perspective-based simulation game to explore future pathways of an interacting water-society system under climate change.
Valkering P., Van der Brugge R., Offermans A., Haasnoot M., Vreugdenhil H. (2012) Special issue Simulation and gaming. 10.1177/1046878112441693
A method to develop sustainable water management strategies for an uncertain future. Sustainable Development.
Haasnoot, M., H. Middelkoop, E. van Beek, W. P . A. van Deursen. (2011) 10.1002/sd.438
A method to explore social response for water management strategies under changing conditions.
Offermans, A. , P. Valkering, M. Haasnoot. (2011) Sustainable development. 10.1002/sd.439
Adapting to sea level rise in the Netherlands.
Kwadijk, J.C.J. , M. Haasnoot, M. Hoogvliet, A. Jeuken, R. van de Krogt, N. van Oostrom, H. Schelfhout, E. van Velzen, M. de Wit, H. van Waveren (2010) Interdisciplinary reviews: Climate Change. 10.1002/wcc.64
Combining a conceptual framework and a spatial analysis tool
Haasnoot M., K. van de Wolfshaar. (2009), HABITAT, to support the implementation of river basin management plans. Journal of River Basin Management.
) Flood detention, nature development and water quality in a detention area along the lowland river Sava, Croatia
Baptist M.J., M. Haasnoot, P. Cornelissen, J. Icke, G. van der Wedden, H. J. de Vriend & G. Gugić. (2006. Special issue of Hydrobiologia: developments in hydrobiology. Hydrobiologia (2006) 565:243–257.
Impact of climate change on ecotopes of the rivers Rhine and Meuse
Haasnoot M. & D.T. van der Molen.. (2005) Large Rivers Vol.15, No 1-4. Arch. Hydrobiol. Suppl. 155/1-4,p53-61, May 2005
Integrated water management strategies for the Rhine and Meuse basins in a changing environment.
Van Asselt, M.B.A.., H. Middelkoop, S.A. van ‘t Klooster, W.P.A. van Deursen, M. Haasnoot, J.C.J. Kwadijk, H. Buiteveld, G.P. Können, J. Rotmans, N. van Gemert & P. Valkering. (2001) Final report of the NRP project O/958273/01
Effects of climate change and land subsidence on the regional hydrology and water management of the Netherlands.
Vermulst J.A.P.H., M. Haasnoot, H. Middelkoop. (1999) In: Proceedings of the second international conference on climate and water: 1435-1448. Helsinki, Finland
|Present||Member||The young research council Deltares|
|Present||Member||Dutch Future Society|
|Present||Member||International Environmental Modelling Society (IEMS)|
|Present||Member||Netwerk voor Toekomstverkenningen|
|Present||Guest lecturer||Adaptive Delta Mangement, post academic education Delft University|
|Present||Guest lecturer||River water management, Utrecht university|