We aim for providing more representative information on hydrological variables at the land surface in context of land use and climate change.
Dense Networks of Cosmic Ray Neutron Sensors Detecting Soil Moisture Dynamics
Estimating water fluxes in the root zone with the help of field scale soil moisture measurements from Cosmic-ray neutron sensing
in surface water-groundwater interactions
using combined 3D imaging and modeling - 3D imaging and modeling of water transport in the root zone.
Combination of optical sensors for measuring root respiration and exudation (pH, CO2) with 3D-imaging of the root structure and its modelling.
to reduce iron concentrations in groundwater under laboratory conditions
Linking soil moisture and snow water equivalent measured by cosmic-ray neutron sensing to groundwater
Dense Networks of Cosmic Ray Neutron Sensors Detecting Soil Moisture Dynamics at Small Catchment Areas
Large-scale tracer tests in combination with numerical modeling to quantify water and material flows
Water quantity and quality changes for bank filtration
Combining remote sensing, CRNS soil moisture data and hydro(geo)logical modelling
Water flow and heat transport modelling at the interface between river and aquifer
using the novel combination of magnet resonance imaging and neutron tomography
in agricultural landscapes
Dynamics of oxygen, pH and water content induced interfaces
using cosmic neutron radiation - interpretation of the collected data
for the remediation of organochlorine contaminated groundwater streams
Bundesinitiative KlischeefreiCode of ConductExzellente LehreHRK-Audit & HRK-Re-AuditHRS4RSystemakkreditierungTotal E-Quality
Netzwerk Studienorientierung BrandenburgScholars at RiskEUA EDUCCONAHECYerun
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