Investigation of reactive mass transport in laboratory scale also for anoxic or anaerobic environmental conditions.
The soil laboratory deals with the chemical and physical investigation of soil, water and plant materials. Further information can be found here.
The Cosmic Ray Neutron Sensor (CRNS) enables conclusions to be drawn about soil moisture using a non-invasive approach based on neutron count rates.
RiverSurveyor M9 incl. foldable sea kayak
Groundwater sampling using Grundfos MP1, water scoop, and various sensors for recording the key parameters.
The field laboratory comprises discharge measurements with ADC and fluorescent dye, Spatial Time Domaine Reflectometry, micro rain radar and other hydro-climatological measuring instruments.
For the investigation of anion and cation concentrations.
The collections of the institute include a slide library, a rock and mineral collection as well as an extensive wall and hand card collection. Various materials can be borrowed.
The Chair of Hydrology and Climatology has been operating a meteorological measuring station on the Golm campus since May 2003. Another measuring station is operated at the Ecological Station Gülpe.
Walk-in plant growth chamber (6 m²) for experiments on soil-plant systems under controlled and near-natural conditions.
The Riegl VZ-400 terrestrial laser scanner is used to capture terrain shapes and surface structures.
This instrument for different carbon fractions can be used for the analysis of both liquid and solid samples.
Sensefly eBee RTK; Sensefly eBee PLUS; DJI Mavic
Teaching unit Geoecology Secretariat, building 1, room 0.01 Tel .: +49 331 977-2018 Fax: +49 331 977-2092 Email: saschrad
Teaching unit Geography Secretariat, building 24, room 0.53 Tel .: +49 331 977-2271 Fax: +49 331 977-2717 Email: ebener
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