Arnold Moene (PhD adviser)
Dr. Arnold Moene is associate professor in de Meteorology and Air Quality group of Wageningen University. Has a special interest in atmosphere-vegetation-soil interactions, and in particular in three aspects of those interactions: plant processes, atmospheric turbulence (both above and inside the canopy) and the role of vegetation in the surface energy and carbon balance. His research tools are the analysis of observational data, conceptual models and Large Eddy Simulation (full references).
Apart from his research activities Arnold Moene is active in the field of education: he authored a text book on the interaction of atmosphere and vegetation, is an educational innovator, developing new tools and ways of teaching (e.g. https://scientific-method-course.github.io) and is programme director of the Wageningen Earth Sciences programmes (BSc Soil, Water, Atmosphere and MSc Earth and Environment).