carolien kroeze
carolien kroeze
Professor at the Water Systems and Global Change Group, Wageningen University
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Closing the global N2O budget: nitrous oxide emissions through the agricultural nitrogen cycle
A Mosier, C Kroeze, C Nevison, O Oenema, S Seitzinger, ...
Nutrient cycling in Agroecosystems 52 (2), 225-248, 1998
Global river nutrient export: A scenario analysis of past and future trends
SP Seitzinger, E Mayorga, AF Bouwman, C Kroeze, AHW Beusen, ...
Global biogeochemical cycles 24 (4), 2010
Global distribution of nitrous oxide production and N inputs in freshwater and coastal marine ecosystems
SP Seitzinger, C Kroeze
Global biogeochemical cycles 12 (1), 93-113, 1998
Closing the global N2O budget: A retrospective analysis 1500–1994
C Kroeze, A Mosier, L Bouwman
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 13 (1), 1-8, 1999
The global nitrous oxide budget revisited
A Syakila, C Kroeze
Greenhouse gas measurement and management 1 (1), 17-26, 2011
Assessing environmental performance by combining life cycle assessment, multi-criteria analysis and environmental performance indicators
BG Hermann, C Kroeze, W Jawjit
Journal of cleaner production 15 (18), 1787-1796, 2007
Global nutrient export from WaterSheds 2 (NEWS 2): model development and implementation
E Mayorga, SP Seitzinger, JA Harrison, E Dumont, AHW Beusen, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 25 (7), 837-853, 2010
Global patterns of dissolved inorganic and particulate nitrogen inputs to coastal systems: Recent conditions and future projections
SP Seitzinger, C Kroeze, AF Bouwman, N Caraco, F Dentener, RV Styles
Estuaries 25 (4), 640-655, 2002
Export of microplastics from land to sea. A modelling approach
M Siegfried, AA Koelmans, E Besseling, C Kroeze
Water research 127, 249-257, 2017
Past and future trends in grey water footprints of anthropogenic nitrogen and phosphorus inputs to major world rivers
C Liu, C Kroeze, AY Hoekstra, W Gerbens-Leenes
Ecological indicators 18, 42-49, 2012
Global distribution of N2O emissions from aquatic systems: natural emissions and anthropogenic effects
SP Seitzinger, C Kroeze, RV Styles
Chemosphere-Global Change Science 2 (3-4), 267-279, 2000
Assessing planetary and regional nitrogen boundaries related to food security and adverse environmental impacts
W De Vries, J Kros, C Kroeze, SP Seitzinger
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 5 (3-4), 392-402, 2013
Global distribution and sources of dissolved inorganic nitrogen export to the coastal zone: Results from a spatially explicit, global model
E Dumont, JA Harrison, C Kroeze, EJ Bakker, SP Seitzinger
Global biogeochemical cycles 19 (4), 2005
Water pollution by intensive brackish shrimp farming in south-east Vietnam: Causes and options for control
PT Anh, C Kroeze, SR Bush, APJ Mol
Agricultural Water Management 97 (6), 872-882, 2010
Potential impact on the global atmospheric N2O budget of the increased nitrogen input required to meet future global food demands
A Mosier, C Kroeze
Chemosphere-Global Change Science 2 (3-4), 465-473, 2000
Nitrogen inputs to rivers, estuaries and continental shelves and related nitrous oxide emissions in 1990 and 2050: a global model
C Kroeze, SP Seitzinger
Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems 52 (2), 195-212, 1998
Alarming nutrient pollution of Chinese rivers as a result of agricultural transitions
M Strokal, L Ma, Z Bai, S Luan, C Kroeze, O Oenema, G Velthof, F Zhang
Environmental Research Letters 11 (2), 024014, 2016
Increasing eutrophication in the coastal seas of China from 1970 to 2050
M Strokal, H Yang, Y Zhang, C Kroeze, L Li, S Luan, H Wang, S Yang, ...
Marine Pollution Bulletin 85 (1), 123-140, 2014
Greenhouse gas emissions from rubber industry in Thailand
W Jawjit, C Kroeze, S Rattanapan
Journal of cleaner production 18 (5), 403-411, 2010
Millennium ecosystem assessment scenario drivers (1970–2050): climate and hydrological alterations
BM Fekete, D Wisser, C Kroeze, E Mayorga, L Bouwman, WM Wollheim, ...
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 24 (4), 2010
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