Evelyn Aparicio Medrano is a Civil Engineer with a MSc in Water Resources Management (TU Delft) and a PhD in Applied Physics (TU Eindhoven). She is a Senior Consultant & Researcher with extensive international experience in the application of remote sensing technology and innovative applications for environmental monitoring, water resources management, agricultural sector and sustainable development.
She focuses on designing and developing long-term projects centered in earth observation and different environmental modelling techniques for effective planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of multiple sustainable activities in urban and rural areas worldwide. Central to her work is the cooperation between several parties such as businesses, knowledge institutions and governmental instances.
Evelyn has several years of experience abroad in countries such as Bolivia, Colombia, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Ghana, Ethiopia, Morocco, Burkina Faso and in The Netherlands.
ARA-Sul is improving their decision-making procedures. One component is improved water allocation planning. FutureWater has developed for the Umbeluzi two Water Allocation Models (WAMs) in 2014. A refreshing workshop for water managers and decision makers was held in June 2023.
Groundwater availability is critical to the Umbeluzi Catchment. Currently, there is a need for a simple tool that can asses the availability of resources in the ground. This especially to asses the permits for groundwater extractions. It is expected that a simplified modelling approach can provide a trend analysis sufficient…
The GLOW project aims to pilot an operational service that provides timely and easy access to current and forecasted water availability and demand across the entire Maputo River and the Black Umbeluzi River Basins.
The MAGDA project aims at providing an integrated – but modular – system to provide severe weather forecasts and irrigation advisories enhanced by means of various satellite-borne, drone-borne and ground-based weather-observing technologies. The main applications will be in providing both warnings about severe weather that could affect crops and irrigation…