Janine de Wit works as a researcher in the Ecohydrology team. In November 2018 she completed her Master’s studies in Earth and Environment at Wageningen University. She wrote her Master’s thesis at the Agricultural Research Organization (Volcani Center) in Israel on the subject of drip-irrigation for olive trees. This involved using soil, water and plant interactions and the SWAP agro-hydrological model. During her internship at KWR, Janine extended her experience in hydrological modelling and acquired experience in the area of subirrigation. She will continue work at KWR on projects on climate-robust soil and water systems, such as the Lumbricus Programme.