Dr. Bart Wickel

Country of current residence

USA

Current position

Senior Scientist - Hydrologist

Current institute employer

Stockholm Environment Institute-US Center

Since

2014

Website current institute
Previous positions

2013 - today Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI), United States

2007 - 2013 Conservation Science Program, World Wildlife Fund - United States

2004 - 2007 CONABIO/CIM, Mexico 2004 ZEF

Professional memberships

AGU IAHS

Profession

Hydrologist

Specialisation

Forest Hydrology Remote Sensing Climate Change Land Use Change

Degrees / expertise

Completed his M.Sc. degree in Physical Geography at the Free University in Amsterdam, and specialized in Tropical Forest Hydrology and Remote Sensing applications in Hydrology

Professional experience

He worked as a research associate at the US Department of Agriculture Hydrology Laboratory.

2018

Angarita, H., Wickel, A.J., Sieber, J., Delgado, J. and Purkey, D.  2018.  Large scale impacts of hydropower development and climate change on the Mompos wetlands, Colombia.  Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 22 : 2839-2865 . (Open Access)  Further Information
Colditz, R.R., Troche Souza, C., Vazquez, B., Wickel, A.J., Ressl, R.A.  2018.  Analysis of optimal thresholds for identification of open water using MODIS-derived spectral indices for two coastal wetland systems in Mexico.  International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation, 70 : 13-24 . Further Information
Salinas-Rodríguez, S.A., Barrios-Ordóñez, J.E., Sánchez-Navarro, R., Wickel, A.J.  2018.  Environmental flows and water reserves: Principles, strategies and contributions to water and conservation policies in Mexico.  River Research and Applications, 34 (8) : 1057-1084 . (Open Access)  Further Information

2017

WWF.  2017.  Natural & Nature-based Flood Management: A Green Guide. Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA), USAID.  Further Information

2015

Angarita, H., Wickel, A.J., Escobar, M. and Delgado, J.  2015.  Biodiversity, wetland ecosystems and flood risks: Implications of hydropower expansion on the Magdalena River.  Further Information
Simonov, E. and Wickel, A.J.  2015.  The Kherlen River, the Lifeline of the Eastern Steppe. 

2011

Matthews, J.H., Wickel, A.J. and Freeman, S.  2011.  Converging streams in climate-relevant conservation: water, infrastructure, and institutions.  PLoS Biol, 9 (9) : e1001159 . (Open Access)  Further Information
Sindorf, N. and Wickel, A.J.  2011.  Connectivity and fragmentation: Hydrospatial analysis of dam development in the Mekong river basin.  Further Information

2010

Le Quesne T., Matthews J.H., Von der Heyden C., Wickel A.J., Wilby R., Hartmann J., Pegram G., Kistin E., Blate G., Kimura de Freitas G., Levine E., Guthrie C., McSweeney C., Sindorf N.  2010.  Flowing forward: freshwater ecosystem adaptation to climate change in water resources management and biodiversity conservation. Water Working Note 28. Washington, DC: World Bank.  Further Information

2009

Matthews J.H., Wickel, A.J.  2009.  Embracing uncertainty in freshwater climate change adaptation: a natural history approach.  Climate and Development , 1 (3) : 269-279 . (Open Access)  Further Information
Matthews, J.H., Aldous, A. and Wickel, A.J.  2009.  Managing Water in a Shifting Climate.  Journal of the American Water Works Association, 101 (8) : 28-29+99 . Further Information

2008

Wickel, Á.J., N. C. van de Giesen, T. D. d. A. Sá.  2008.  Stormflow generation in two headwater catchments in eastern Amazonia, Brazil.  Hydrological Processes, 22 (17) : 3285-3293 . Further Information

2006

De Badts, E., Lopez, G., Wickel, A.J., Cruz, I., Jimenez, R.  2006.  Índice de propagación de Incendios.  Biodiversitas , : 65 .

2005

Khamzina, A., Lamers, J.P.A., Wickel, A.J., Djumaniyazova, Y., Martius, C.  2005.  Evaluation of young and adult tree plantations for biodrainage management in the lower Amu Darya river region, Uzbekistan.  , ICID 21ts European Regional Conference. 15-19 May 2005, Frankfurt a. Oder, Germany and Slubice, Poland, . (Open Access)  Further Information

2004

Wickel, B.  2004.  Water and nutrient dynamics of a humid tropical agricultural watershed in Eastern Amazonia.  Doctoral thesis at  Faculty of Agriculture, University of Bonn.  Further Information

2000

Wickel, A.J., Jackson. T.J. and Wood, E.F.  2000.  Multi-temporal monitoring of soil moisture with RADARSAT SAR during the 1997 Southern Great Plains Hydrology Experiment.  International Journal of Remote Sensing, 22 (8) : 1571-1583 . Further Information

1999

Schellekens, J., Scatena, F.N., Bruijnzeel, L.A. and Wickel, A.J.  1999.  An application of the Gash and Rutter models of rainfall interception in a tropical maritime forest, eastern Puerto Rico.  Journal of Hydrology, 225 (3-4) : 168-184 . (Open Access)  Further Information

Forthcoming

Lite, S.J., Cecil, D., Nielsen-Gammon, J., Garfin, G., Hayhoe, K., Wickel, A.J., Briggs, M.  Assessing vulnerability of river restoration projects to climate change impacts.  Renewing our Rivers, Island Press, .

Additionals, Curriculum Vitae
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Research themes
  • Governance
  • Institutions
Research countries
  • Brazil
  • Mexico
Professional experience

He worked as a research associate at the US Department of Agriculture Hydrology Laboratory.

Degrees

Completed his M.Sc. degree in Physical Geography at the Free University in Amsterdam, and specialized in Tropical Forest Hydrology and Remote Sensing applications in Hydrology

Doctoral research funded by

Bmbf, CNPq

Cooperation partners

EMBRAPA Amazônia Oriental, Belem, PA, Brazil

Former Junior Researcher

Former Department:
ZEF C: Department of Ecology and Natural Resources Management