Laufende finanzierte Projekte:

2013 – 2016: EO4HumEn: EO based services to support humanitarian operations: monitoring population and natural resources in refugee/IDP camps. Project part: Exploration for potential groundwater borehole sites, Cooperation partner of Z-GIS, University of Salzburg

2013 – 2015: Gutachten zur Umweltverträglichkeit Fachbereich Geologie, Hydrogeologie, Naturgefahren Kraftwerk Rotholz: Bewertung der geologisch-hydrogeologischen Auswirkungen von umfangreichen Stollenbauten im Zusammenhang mit Pumpspeicherkraftwerken.

Laufende Eigenprojekte:

2013 – cont.: Grundwasserökologie in Kluftaquiferen, als Kooperationspartner von Dr. Ursula Eisendle-Flöckner, Fachbereich Organismische Biologie, Universität Salzburg

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2012 – cont.: Boden- und Grundwasserkontaminationen im Raum Salzburg (soil and groundwater contamination in the vicinty of Salzburg)

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2010 - cont.: Bestimmung von Quelleinzugsgebieten mit Hilfe der hydrochemischen Modellierung – eine neue Methodik zur Bewertung von Risikopotentialen für Wasserversorgungsanlagen (Determination of catchment areas by means of hydrochemical modeling –examination of a new methodology to evaluate the risk potential for water supply plants)

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2009 – cont.: Die Struktur des Zeller Beckens (Salzburg): Hydrogeologie, Quartärgeologie und die interne Struktur eines tiefen alpine Beckens (The structure of the Zell Basin (Salzburg): hydrogeology, quaternary geology and the internal structures of a deep alpine basin)

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Abgeschlossene Projekte:

2011 - 2012: Lernsoftware Grundwasser II - Multimediaproduktion 'Zwischen Regenwolke und Wasserhahn' (Fachwissenschaft-Geologie), Kooperation von Fachdidaktik und Fachwissenschaft, Kooperationspartner Dr. Ulrike Unterbruner, Scholl of Education, Universität Salzburg

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2010 – 2011: Hydrogeologie Windpark Marie - Geologisch-hydrogeologische Untersuchungen im Bezirk Bruck a.d. Leitha - Bewertung der Auswirkungen von Windkraftanlagen auf die geologisch-hydrogeologische Situation und die Wassernutzungssituation

2011: Hydrogeologie des Pasterzengletschers - Vergleichende hydrogeologische Untersuchung eines abschmelzenden alpinen Gletschers - Entwicklung des Abflussregimes zwischen 1979/1980 und 2011 (Hydrogeology of the Pasterze glacier – the development of the internal flow regime of a melting alpine glacier between 1979/1980 and 2011), funded by GROHAG Ökofond.

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2009 – 2010: UVE Wasserkraftwerk Gries - Geologisch-hydrogeologische Untersuchungen im Salzachtal zwischen Bruck und Taxenbach - Bewertung der Auswirkungen eines Laufkraftwerks auf die geologisch-hydrogeologische Situation und die Wassernutzungssituation

 

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