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Biology-based approaches to unravel multiple stressor impacts on aquatic ecosystems

de Vries, J.

Publication date 2021

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de Vries, J. (2021). Biology-based approaches to unravel multiple stressor impacts on aquatic ecosystems.

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Author contributions

Chapter 2

All authors contributed to the conceptualization and design. The first draft was written by JV and all authors reviewed the manuscript. All authors read and approved the final man- uscript.

Chapter 3

All authors contributed to the conceptualization and design. Data analysis was performed by JV. The first draft was written by JV and all authors reviewed the manuscript. All authors read and approved the final manuscript.

Chapter 4

All authors contributed to the design. JV performed data analysis. JV wrote the manuscript, and PV and MK contributed to the review and revision. All authors gave final approval for publication.

Chapter 5

PV, RV and JV designed the methodology and acquired and analysed the data. JV wrote the main manuscript text. All authors were involved in the study design, contributed to the writing of the manuscript and gave final approval for publication.

Chapter 6

RAS and PFMV developed the initial BN. AW reviewed the initial model. JdV further developed the BN and analysed the data. JdV, PFMV and MHSK led the writing of the man- uscript. All authors contributed to the review and revision of the manuscript, and approved the final article.

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177 Acknowledgements

Acknowledgements

This last years I found support in many places. Thank you everyone that has joined me on the journey!

Piet, Michiel en Ralf, dank jullie zeer voor de onaflatende steun en inspiratie. Het was een avontuur om dit werkgebied te leren kennen, samen een weg uit te stippelen en er dan voor te gaan. Piet, dank voor je ontspannenheid en je inspirerende gedrevenheid om de waterw- ereld te blijven ontwikkelen. Ik kijk er naar uit om hiermee door te gaan. Michiel, dank voor de bliksemsnelle feedback, je altijd motiverende woorden (en motiverende cider :), en je focus op de eindstreep.

To the promotion committee, Annemarie van Wezel, Jef Huisman, Astrid Groot, Jolanda Verspagen, Richard Skeffington, Christian Feld, Carlo Rutjes, thank you for taking the time to read this thesis and being part of the defence!

Beste Waterschappers, naast jullie financiële steun kon dit project ook tot stand komen met jullie inhoudelijke hulp. Dank aan alle betrokkenen: Carlo Rutjes (Waterschap Aa en Maas), Ronald Gylstra (Waterschap Rivierenland), Esther de Jong, Jeroen van Mil, Frans Ver- donschot, Baren van Maanen en Arnoud Soetens (Waterschap Limburg), Dorien Roubos, Christiaan Huising (Waterschap Vallei en Veluwe), Gert van Ee, Ben Eenkhoorn (Hoogheem- raadschap Hollands Noorderkwartier) en Bas van der Wal (Stowa). Dank voor jullie inbreng waarmee we gericht konden blijven op de praktijk, en voor het enorme werk dat is verzet in het verzamelen van monitoringsdata, waarmee een onderzoek als dit kan worden gevoed.

Dear colleagues, you made my time at the UvA a wonderful one, a place to feel at home.

My extended PhD-family, roomies (extended to the ones next door): Nienke, Rob, Tom, Gea, Bart, Carl, Charlotte, Dominique, Elmar, Charlie, Mohammad, Milo, Judith, Paula, Tiedo, Lisette, Martijn, Sara, Meggie, Nik, Milan, Sebastian, An-Ca, Sarah, Xi, Anastasia, thank you for the inspiration, shared concentration, and a talk and drink and fun after work to relax from time to time! Thank you to all other Famers, for sharing your work during all talks and meetings, also during lunch, and making the institute an inspiring place to be. Thank you also students for contributing to this work!

Thank you people with the green thumbs from Anna’s Tuin, I always enjoyed to be able to make walks through the wilderness and along the fruits of your work!

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Gea en Tom, wat fijn jullie mijn paranimfen willen zijn, we zullen ook in de toekomst een team zijn :) Ik ben blij dat de ontspannende theepauzes en hopelijk binnenkort ook de lunchloopjes hervat worden.

Mary, Tanya, Amber, Saskia, thank you for always being there for a smile in the corridor and friendly help with practical stuff!

Daarnaast ben ik erg dankbaar dat er naast mijn werk altijd een rijk palet aan vrienden is om mee te ontspannen, wat stoom af te blazen en actief naar buiten te gaan:

Lieve oude sokken, samen met jullie heb ik een fantastische tijd gehad bij de NJN. Daar heb ik de wondere waterwereld en al het ander moois buiten kunnen ontdekken, waarmee het pad naar de aquatische ecologie is gelegd. Ook de afgelopen jaren wisten we elkaar te vinden, en ik ben blij dat er altijd iemand was om mee buiten te spelen als ik moe was van de computerschermen. Evelien, Sebastian, Leonie, Elma, Vasco, Rosalie, Flora, Femke, Mark, Harm, Harmen, Dominic, Bernd-Jan, Dirk, Joppe, Anniek, Schelte, Bibi, Fiona, samen met jullie is het altijd goed vertoeven op avontuur naar buiten, want daar gebeurt het!

Merani, chemo saqvarelo megobrebo, dank voor jullie warmte! Jullie vreugdevolle, gedragen en gevoelige klanken hebben me begeleid op mijn reis, mijn horizon verbreed, en ik hoop er nog veel samen van te kunnen genieten, hier en in Sakartvelo lamazoo.

Lieve zippies, dank voor het enthousiasme en de gezelligheid waarmee we de wereld over dansen!

Huisgenootjes van Huize Donderdak, dank voor jullie bruisende gezelligheid, ook in de lockdown wisten we de muziek goed te combineren met ander werk ;)

Lieve Lorentz-club, ook wanneer onze wegen zich spreiden weten we elkaar altijd te vinden voor weekenden lang goede discussies en spellen spelen, en is het weer als vanouds. Dank jullie wel Yuri, Frits, Damaz, Ellen, Elma, Lianne en Nout!

Lieber Silvio, bald wirdst du auch deine PhD-Reise vollenden. Mal sonnig und mal turbulent, es gibt immer ein Weg! Danke für die gemeinsame Zeit in der wir so viel entdeckt und gelernt haben.

Lieve vrienden, Marit, Eugene, Milan, Gijs, Roeland, Iris, Jaap, Margarita en Karthik, jullie zijn altijd in voor klein en groot avontuur! Dank jullie wel dat jullie er zijn om wel en wee, inzichten en vragen mee te delen, om te dansen, zingen, vallen, opstaan en weer door te gaan.

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179 Acknowledgements

Cher Ludo, tu as m’emmené dans le voyage de ton travail pendant quelque temps, un repose tres bienvenue. Merci pour avoir elargi mon horizon, pour ta bonté, pour tout.

Lieve mama, Nijs, Erna en Roel, dankjewel voor jullie gezellige chaos, waarin we altijd zijn verbonden. Dank voor jullie steun als ik het even niet meer wist. Dank Steffie, Nijs en Erna voor jullie enthousiaste advies over alles met ontwerp en drukken. Met ons rijdend lock- down-project kunnen we ook in de toekomst samenzijn, voor inspiratie, ontspanning, steun, in alle vanzelfsprekendheid. Samen dragen we ook papa in de toekomst mee.

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About the author

Jip the Vries was born on 18 December 1991 in Veldhoven and grew up in Eindhoven. At the age of 14, she set out to explore nature together with fellow young nature enthusiasts in the NJN. With this youth organisation, she dis- covered the beautiful diversity of insect life in the Netherlands and beyond, and the joy of sharing knowledge about these discover- ies. She was part of various committees and as a board secretary. She finished cum laude at the Lorentz Casimir Lyceum and enjoyed a first experience with the academic study of biology at the Nationale Biologie Olympiade.

For her studies, Jip attended Utrecht University to explore the marvels of the earth during a Bachelor of Earth Sciences, within the track Physical Geography, and she had the opportuni- ty to spend an exchange semester at the University of Manchester. During these studies, she was drawn to the science of water in particular, and this led her to Wageningen University to the MSc Earth and Environment with a focus on hydrological topics. For her MSc thesis, she studied the spread of a pollutant in infiltrating groundwater. In a following semester abroad, she worked for a groundwater sanitation company in Berlin. Her curiosity about water quality was still unfulfilled, and moving from groundwater to surface water quality, she was appointed as a PhD candidate at the University of Amsterdam. There, she explored the possibilities to study the impact of multiple stressors on aquatic ecosystems from a bio- logical point of view. The current thesis is the fruit of this work.

Currently, Jip is appointed at Wageningen Environmental Research as a researcher to continue the translation of and cooperation between aquatic ecological sciences and the practice of water management.

Jip is interested to find ways to convey understanding of our dependence of and connec- tion with functional ecosystems around us. Furthermore, she likes to spend her free time outside, making cycle tours throughout Europe while wild camping, and practicing spoken languages to connect with the people she meets on the way. She is fond of dancing, singing traditional Georgian music, and photography.

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PE&RC Training and Education Statement

With the training and education activities listed below the PhD-candidate has complied with the requirements set by the C.T. de Wit Graduate School for Production Ecology and Resource Conservation (PE&RC) which comprises of a minimum total of 32 ECTS (= 22 weeks of activities).

Writing of project proposal (4.5 ECTS)

A method for catchment-wide ecological systems analysis (SESAM) (2016) Post-graduate courses (6.2 ECTS)

Interview series on ecological modelling (2016) Aquatic ecology; PE&RC (2018)

Basic statistics (2017) Bayesian statistics (2018)

Competence strengthening / skills courses (2 ECTS) Teaching & supervision; UvA (2016)

Scientific writing; Sense (2017) Intervision sessions; UvA (2018) PhD Career day; FU Berlin (2019)

Project & Time Management; WGS (2019) Scientific integrity (0.3 ECTS) Academic integrity; UvA (2019)

PE&RC Annual meetings, seminars and the PE&RC weekend (1.5 ECTS) First years’ weekend (2017), Last years’ weekend (2020)

Scientific meetings (4.5 ECTS)

NAEM (2018, 2019, 2021) with (poster) presentations

Dutch symposium on stream restoration in the Netherlands (2018) Stream ecology group meeting (2016-2018)

IBED Seminars (2017-2020)

International conferences (5.1 ECTS)

International Water Conferences – water science for impact, Wageningen (2018) SFS Salt Lake City, online (2019, 2020)

Lecturing / supervision of practicals and tutorials (8.7 ECTS) Ecosystem dynamics (2017, 2018)

Brugvak Biologie (2017, 2018) Big Data (2020, 2021)

Advances in aquatic sciences (2020)

Supervision of 4 MSc research/literature projects

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