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de Hansi (alias Hans Jørgen Henriksen) 

  • 1956. Hans Jørgen Henriksen (born 11 May in Vordingborg, Denmark)
  • 1976. Mathemathical-physical student from Esbjerg state gymasium.
  • 1982. Civilengineer from Danish Technical University, Lyngby.
  • 1982-93. Job assignments at private consulting compagnies (Danish Land Development Company, Tage Sørensen Ltd., Rambøll).
  • 1993-    . Senioradvisor, hydrology in Hydrological Department at Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland, GEUS, Copenhagen.
  • Since 2003 painting "mentor" David Isenberg (before 2003 Ralph Østrup and Don Faasen)


Where is Holger? Where is Holger? (Rafting in an iron cage 2008)


Interdisciplinary oral presentations (slides): 

  • 8th International Conference of the International Society for Integrated Disaster Risk Management in Reykjavik (IDRIM 2017)  Building trust in water governance through intelligent water infrastructure
    Hans Jørgen Henriksen, Jacob B. Kidmose and Peter van der Keur, Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland, GEUS,
  • European Climate Change and Adaptation conference in Glasgow (ECCA 2017). June 2017 Using citizens’ observations and information sharing in flood risk management
    Hans Jørgen Henriksen, Jacob Kidmose and Peter van der Keur Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland, GEUS  

Scientific papers:

Hans Jørgen Henriksen scientific publications (ISI web of science publikationer 2003-2010):

Books and popular articles:

Web-based access to observed discharge data and simulations of groundwater water abstraction impacts on ecological flow (VandWeb):

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New model can help predict floodings two days in advance ( 

Sustainable groundwater abstraction, review report. May 2013:

 Pesticide research no. 143 Prediction of climatic impacts on pesticide leaching to the aquatic environments. April 2013:

Groundwater maps of the future (fremtidens grundvandskort, in Danish): - November 2012


CATALYST - capacity development for hazard risk reduction & adaptation. The project brings together scientists, stakeholders and networks to identify and share the best knowledge, know-how and practices related to natural hazard and disaster risk reduction (NH/DRR), including adaptation:

Adaptive management at the foot of a subglacial vulcano: CLIWAT newsletter page 9-11: We were six Danish hydrogeologists who set out on a trip to the Icelandic volcano Eyjafjallajökull. The day was August, 28th of 2010, three months after the eruptions which had so dramatically affected European air traffic had calmed down.

   The adaptive water resource management handbook - 2009 -  

 Uncertainty guidelines. NeWater - 2009 -     

Bayesian networks (conditional probability artworks)

Bayesiansk network for integrated assessment of ecological status in Danish rivers:

Bayesian belief network for Spanish chances of winning EURO 2008 in Germany:  

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