Wilco Terink (MSc) has almost ten years of experience in hydrology, catchment hydrology and rainfall-runoff modeling, with a strong focus on climate change impact studies, hydrological modeling, remote sensing, programming, data integration, GIS, and model development for new concepts and operational services.
His experiences were obtained at FutureWater, Wageningen University, and New Zealand. His work at FutureWater consists of hydrological modeling at various spatial and temporal scales with a strong focus on the use of GIS, remote sensing and databases. Over the last year, Wilco focused on the development of operational model services in order to evaluate the water availability for the current situation and the future, using climate forecasts. Wilco is author and co-author of several scientific publications.