Dr. Quang Dung Lam

Research interests:

Data analysis and numerical modeling of crop water requirement, crop growth, crop yield, and soil nutrient cycles in various agricultural catchment scales.

Research foci and activities:

  • Developement of GIS-based agrohydrological models for predicting the impact of climate change and land use change on agricultural production and water resources from meso- to macroscales
  • Field experiment, data collection and measurement at farming level


Lam, Q.D., Schmalz, B., Fohrer, N., 2012. Assessing the spatial and temporal variations of water quality in lowland areas, Northern Germany. Journal of Hydrology (438–439), 137-147.

Lam, Q.D., Schmalz, B., Fohrer, N., 2011. The impact of agricultural Best Management Practices on water quality in a North German lowland catchment. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. 183 (1-4), 351-79.

Lam, Q.D., Schmalz, B., Fohrer, N., 2010. Modelling point and diffuse source pollution of nitrate in a rural lowland catchment using the SWAT model. Agricultural and Water Management, 97(2), 317-325.

Lam, Q.D., Schmalz, B., Fohrer, N., 2009. Ecohydrological modelling of water discharge and nitrate loads in a mesoscale catchment, Germany. Advances in Geosciences. 21, 49-55.

Lam, Quang Dung, 2001. Requirement and efficiency of on canal water loss reduction measures for Ke Go irrigation system. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.