Rick Hogeboom

Rick J. Hogeboom is a researcher in the Twente Water Centre at the University of Twente, where he is currently pursuing his Ph.D. His particular focus is on modeling humanity’s water use on high spatiotemporal resolution, and explore response options such as cap setting per river basin or formulating water footprint benchmarks for crop production.

Thirsty Reservoirs: The Water Footprint Of Hydroelectric Dam Construction

Freshwater availability is limited. During many periods of the year and in many places around the world, the demand for freshwater for human use exceeds what is sustainably available, while growing populations, increasing wealth, and climate change all aggravate the […]