Improve integrated environmental management capacities for the protection and sustainable use of natural heritage and resources.
Use of hydrometeorological sensors to improve the data situation in small catchment areas
Uncertainties due to boundary conditions in predicting mixing in groundwater (UNMIX)
Preservation of selected ecosystem services in the Naryn / Kyrgyzstan floodplains through renewable energies and short rotation plantations, including sustainable land and water management and capacity building
Process based modelling of natural and decentralized flooding retention measures to analyse the event and area-dependent efficiency
The GeRDI project deals with the development of a Generic Research Data Infrastructure (GeRDI). The aim is to enable all scientists in Germany, especially those who hold only small amounts of data, to store, share and re-use research data across disciplines.
Research on urban flash-floods including transport of pollutants by means of a rainfall simulator
Improving water management through physically based surface water-groundwater simulations
Managing the effects of multiple stressors on aquatic ecosystems under water scarcity
Efficient Practices of Land Use Management Integrating Water Resources Protection and Non-structural Flood Mitigation Experiences
Retention potential Study at the river Inn
In collaboration with Dr. Winfried Willems (IAWG - Hydrology, Applied Water Resources Management and Geoinformatics, Ottobrunn) it will be developed a multivariate flood statistic using the Copula technique
Management and innovative technologies to improve water quality in two significant Chinese waters
The problem of basic stage flood in Tacherting and investigation of countermeasures