Maryna Strokal
Maryna Strokal
Researcher of the Water Systems and Global Change Group, Wageningen University
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Increasing eutrophication in the coastal seas of China from 1970 to 2050
M Strokal, H Yang, Y Zhang, C Kroeze, L Li, S Luan, H Wang, S Yang, ...
Marine pollution bulletin 85 (1), 123-140, 2014
1182014
Alarming nutrient pollution of Chinese rivers as a result of agricultural transitions
M Strokal, L Ma, Z Bai, S Luan, C Kroeze, O Oenema, G Velthof, F Zhang
Environmental Research Letters 11 (2), 024014, 2016
1162016
Hotspots for nitrogen and phosphorus losses from food production in China: a county-scale analysis
M Wang, L Ma, M Strokal, W Ma, X Liu, C Kroeze
Environmental science & technology 52 (10), 5782-5791, 2018
672018
The MARINA model (Model to Assess River Inputs of Nutrients to seAs): Model description and results for China
M Strokal, C Kroeze, M Wang, Z Bai, L Ma
Science of the Total Environment 562, 869-888, 2016
632016
Nitrogen and phosphorus inputs to the Black Sea in 1970–2050
M Strokal, C Kroeze
Regional Environmental Change 13 (1), 179-192, 2013
532013
Exploring nutrient management options to increase nitrogen and phosphorus use efficiencies in food production of China
M Wang, L Ma, M Strokal, Y Chu, C Kroeze
Agricultural systems 163, 58-72, 2018
482018
Global modelling of surface water quality: a multi-pollutant approach
C Kroeze, S Gabbert, N Hofstra, AA Koelmans, A Li, A Löhr, F Ludwig, ...
Current opinion in environmental sustainability 23, 35-45, 2016
462016
Increasing dissolved nitrogen and phosphorus export by the Pearl River (Zhujiang): a modeling approach at the sub-basin scale to assess effective nutrient management
M Strokal, C Kroeze, L Li, S Luan, H Wang, S Yang, Y Zhang
Biogeochemistry 125 (2), 221-242, 2015
432015
Global multi-pollutant modelling of water quality: scientific challenges and future directions
M Strokal, JE Spanier, C Kroeze, AA Koelmans, M Flörke, W Franssen, ...
Current opinion in environmental sustainability 36, 116-125, 2019
382019
Nitrous oxide (N2O) emissions from human waste in 1970–2050
M Strokal, C Kroeze
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 9, 108-121, 2014
342014
Excess nutrient loads to Lake Taihu: Opportunities for nutrient reduction
M Wang, M Strokal, P Burek, C Kroeze, L Ma, ABG Janssen
Science of the Total Environment 664, 865-873, 2019
332019
The links between global carbon, water and nutrient cycles in an urbanizing world—the case of coastal eutrophication
C Kroeze, N Hofstra, W Ivens, A Löhr, M Strokal, J van Wijnen
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 5 (6), 566-572, 2013
332013
The increasing impact of food production on nutrient export by rivers to the Bay of Bengal 1970–2050
MA Sattar, C Kroeze, M Strokal
Marine pollution bulletin 80 (1-2), 168-178, 2014
322014
Reducing future river export of nutrients to coastal waters of China in optimistic scenarios
M Strokal, C Kroeze, M Wang, L Ma
Science of The Total Environment 579, 517-528, 2017
302017
Human waste: An underestimated source of nutrient pollution in coastal seas of Bangladesh, India and Pakistan
MN Amin, C Kroeze, M Strokal
Marine pollution bulletin 118 (1-2), 131-140, 2017
292017
Modeling nutrients in Lake Dianchi (China) and its watershed
X Li, ABG Janssen, JJM de Klein, C Kroeze, M Strokal, L Ma, Y Zheng
Agricultural Water Management 212, 48-59, 2019
272019
Designing vulnerable zones of nitrogen and phosphorus transfers to control water pollution in China
Z Bai, J Lu, H Zhao, GL Velthof, O Oenema, D Chadwick, JR Williams, ...
Environmental science & technology 52 (16), 8987-8988, 2018
262018
Reactive nitrogen losses from China's food system for the shared socioeconomic pathways (SSPs)
M Wang, C Kroeze, M Strokal, L Ma
Science of the Total Environment 605, 884-893, 2017
222017
Nutrient losses to surface waters in Hai He basin: A case study of Guanting reservoir and Baiyangdian lake
J Yang, M Strokal, C Kroeze, M Wang, J Wang, Y Wu, Z Bai, L Ma
Agricultural Water Management 213, 62-75, 2019
202019
Seasonality in river export of nitrogen: A modelling approach for the Yangtze River
X Chen, M Strokal, C Kroeze, L Ma, Z Shen, J Wu, X Chen, X Shi
Science of The Total Environment 671, 1282-1292, 2019
192019
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