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Bep Schrammeijer is a PhD candidate in the Environmental Geography department of the IVM.

Bep's research will focus on applications of crowd-sourcing within landscape research. Her work is part of the LandSense project (a citizen observatory and innovation marketplace for land use and land cover monitoring) supervised by Peter Verburg and Boris van Zanten. The objective of her PhD is to analyse how crowd-sourcing can contribute to data quality and information about landscape change and landscape users’ perceptions.

Previously Bep worked as a junior researcher in the department. Her work focussed on modelling land use change, implementing Shared Socio-economic Pathway scenarios in CLUMondo - a global land-use change model. In short she was trying to discover the effects of different potential future social, political and environmental aspects on our global landscape.

Prior to joining the department, and during her master study, Bep was applying down to earth land use principles on a small-scale organic farm. And prior to moving to the Netherlands, Bep was environmental consultant at, and then manager of, an environmental consultancy in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. There her work revolved around mapping invasive plants and developing strategies and providing advice regarding their management.

Contact:

Email: e.a.schrammeijer@vu.nl

Tel: +31 (0)20 598 2157

skype: bepschrammeijer

Education

2013: MSc. in Earth Sciences (Environmental Management), University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands

2002: BSc in Environmental Science (Hons), Monash University, Australia

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Education/Academic qualification

Earth Sciences, Master, University of Amsterdam

Environmental Science, Bachelor, Monash University

Keywords

  • GE Environmental Sciences
  • Ecosystem Services
  • Land Use Change
  • Modelling

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Research Output 2016 2018

Meeting global land restoration and protection targets: What would the world look like in 2050?

Wolff, S., Schrammeijer, E. A., Schulp, C. J. E. & Verburg, P. H., Sep 2018, In : Global Environmental Change. 52, p. 259-272 14 p.

Research output: Contribution to JournalArticleAcademicpeer-review

restoration
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A cross-scale impact assessment of European nature protection policies under contrasting future socio-economic pathways

Lotze-Campen, H., Verburg, P. H., Popp, A., Lindner, M., Verkerk, P. J., Moiseyev, A., Schrammeijer, B., Helming, J., Tabeau, A., Schulp, C. J. E., van der Zanden, E. H., Lavalle, C., E Silva, F. B., Walz, A. & Bodirsky, B., 16 May 2017, (Accepted/In press) In : Regional Environmental Change. p. 1-12 12 p.

Research output: Contribution to JournalArticleAcademicpeer-review

land use
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Simulating and delineating future land change trajectories across Europe

Sturck, J., Levers, C., van der Zanden, E. H., Schulp, C. J. E., Verkerk, P. J., Kuemmerle, T., Helming, J., Lotze-Campen, H., Tabeau, A., Popp, A., Schrammeijer, B. & Verburg, P. H., 2016, (Accepted/In press) In : Regional Environmental Change.

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Open Access
trajectory
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