Nynke Schulp is an Assistant Professor in ecosystem services. She is specialized in analyzing societal demand for ecosystem services in relation to the supply by the landscape. Her research focuses on cultural landscapes with a strong role for agriculture. She coordinated CONNECT and VITAL, which includes a case study in the Netherlands (Kromme Rijn). She developed a set of spatial models for mapping ecosystem services and applied these in science and policy support. Nynke teaches BSc and MSc courses on historical geography, environmental sciences, and scenario development and supervises BSc and MSc theses.
Faculty of Science, Environmental Geography