Bart Wickel joined WWF in January 2007 to support the freshwater conservation group in hydrology, and GIS related issues. Throughout the years he has worked extensively on both eco-hydrological questions and the implementation of remote sensing as a tool in hydrological and ecosystem studies. Within his work at WWF, he aspires to integrate more hydrological aspects into freshwater biodiversity conservation.


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