The scientific articles that NOBV has published
so far can be found on this page.
Cutting peatland CO2 emissions with water management practices
In October 2022, the first scientific NOBV article published “Cutting peatland CO2 emissions with water management practices” has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Biogeosciences. The article discusses a new method to simulate peat degradation based on soil moisture and temperature.
Authors: Jim Boonman (VU Amsterdam), Mariet M. Hefting (Utrecht University), Corine J. A. van Huissteden (VU Amsterdam), Merit van den Berg (VU Amsterdam), Jacobus (Ko) van Huissteden (VU Amsterdam), Gilles Erkens (Deltares), Roel Melman (Deltares) and Ype van der Velde (VU Amsterdam)
Probabilistic Estimation of InSAR Displacement Phase Guided by Contextual Information and Artificial Intelligence
The NOBV is working intensively with the research program NWA-LOSS (Living on Soft Soils) and the Regio Deal Bodemdaling Groene Hart to prepare InSAR data for determining subsidence in the peat meadow area. PhD Philip Conroy (TU Delft/NWA-LOSS) wrote a paper on the use of InSAR to monitor the soil movement of the Dutch peatlands entitled: “Probabilistic Estimation of InSAR Displacement Phase Guided by Contextual Information and Artificial Intelligence”.Authors: Philip Conroy (TU Delft), Simon A.N. van Diepen (TU Delft), Sanneke van Asselen (Deltares), Gilles Erkens (Deltares), Freek J. van Leijen (TU Delft), Ramon F. Hanssen (TU Delft)