Henk Krajenbrink is a researcher in the Ecohydrology team. After graduating from Wageningen University with an MSc in Hydrology and Water Quality, Henk worked for various Dutch consultancies in the fields of regional surface water, urban groundwater and aquifer thermal energy storage. He was involved in projects on high groundwater levels in urban areas, rainfall radar and decision-support systems for regional water management. Between 2015 and 2019, he earned his doctorate at Loughborough University (UK) on the impact of reservoirs on downstream aquatic ecosystems (macroinvertebrates and diatoms) at multiple spatial scales, with a focus on the impact of changes in the hydrological and thermal regime. Henk has experience with several hydrological models, programming and statistical analysis. At KWR, he applies his knowledge and experience in a wide range of (eco)hydrological projects in urban and rural areas, including projects on freshwater resources and reuse, and nitrogen deposition.