Marion van Maren

Marion van Maren completed her undergraduate studies in biology at the University of Amsterdam. She then went to France where at the Université Claude Bernard in Lyon she did research on the Rhône River ecosystems. In 1980, she obtained her Doctorate from the University of Amsterdam. She then joined a research team at the University of Michigan, USA, carrying out an EIA study in the Gambia River basin, West Africa; thereafter at the University of Amsterdam, she was in charge of a water quality study of the Lake of Managua, Nicaragua, Central America . She then joined BKH Engineers. In 1990 she went to work for Royal Haskoning as a senior environmentalist where she continues to the present to be involved in environmental studies in countries all over the world.

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Articles By Marion van Maren

A Controlled Stable Tidal Inlet at Cartagena de Indias, Colombia
A Controlled Stable Tidal Inlet at Cartagena de Indias, Colombia

How a joint effort of international experts are transforming polluted, eutrophied water bodies from a sewerage outlet into a living lagoon.

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