Welcome to Inge de Graaf's research group on Groundwater sustainability and food security at Wageningen University
Hello! I am Inge de Graaf. I am a hydrologist and associate professor at Wageningen University in the Water Systems and Global Change group. I use numerical modelling to better understand large-scale groundwater systems and study how much groundwater is available worldwide for people and nature, now and in the future.
Welcome to my website. Here you will find the latest news and background on the work done in my research group on groundwater modeling, groundwater use, and sustainability.
Groundwater Sustainability and Food Security
Inge de Graaf (groupleader)
Bryan Marinelli (PhD)
Floris Teuling (PhD)
Tijmen Willard (PhD)
Sida Liu (postdoc)
Lisanne Nauta (technical staff)
Wahdan Syaehuddin (MSc student)
Haochen Yuan (MSc student)
Miranda Xiao (MSc student)
This group is co-funded by the European Research Commission Starting Grant
News of the group:
Submit an abstract to EGU2024: Large scale hydrology:
Bryan Marinelli receives the EGU Outstanding Poster Award
Bryan received this award for his poster presented at EGU2023 in Vienna. Congratulations! He presented the first results of his PhD reseach on rivers crossing environmentally critical discharges due to groundwater pumping.
Inge was awarded the Outstanding Early Carreer Scientist Award of the European Geosciences Union
Inge was awarded the Outstanding ECS award of the Hydrological division during EGU2023. She was recognized for her fundamental contribution to the field of large-scale hydrology and groundwater modeling. Have a look at her Award Lecture under 'presentations'.