Knowledge about the effectiveness of Soil and Water Conservation (SWC) interventions is a key for sustainable watershed management. Various modeling tools support the SWC assessment. However, setting the parameters for SWC works remains challenging...
Stefan Martin Strohmeier
Dr. Stefan Strohmeier is associate scientist for soil and water conservation with a focus on watershed management and modeling. His current research interests include the assessment of environmental – water and soil dynamic – processes at the field and watershed scale; watershed management; merging field experiments with modeling; and conducting risk and uncertainty assessments of human interventions, particularly soil and water conservation activities.
He has authored dozens of peer-reviewed journal articles, and has written several book chapters and conference papers on mitigating land degradation and improving livelihoods. Dr. Strohmeier holds a Ph.D. in environmental engineering from the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (“BOKU” University), Vienna, Austria, where he also worked as a researcher.