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Lehrstuhl für Hydrologie - Prof. Dr. Stefan Peiffer

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Jan Fleckenstein: Publikationen

Peer reviewed


da Silva, M., Blaurock, K., Beudert, B., Fleckenstein, J., Hopp, L., Peiffer, S., Reemtsma, T., Lechtenfeld, O.: Delineating Source Contributions to Stream Dissolved Organic Matter Composition Under Baseflow Conditions in Forested Headwater Catchments. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, (2021).

Blaurock, K., Beudert, B., Gilfedder, B., Fleckenstein, J., Peiffer, S., Hopp, L.: Low hydrological connectivity after summer drought inhibits DOC export in a forested headwater catchment. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 25(9), 5133-5151 (2021).


Kolbe, T., de Dreuzy, J., Abbott, B., Aquilina, L., Babey, T., Green, C., Fleckenstein, J., Labasque, T., Laverman, A., Marçais, J., Peiffer, S., Thomas, Z., Pinay, G.: Stratification of reactivity determines nitrate removal in groundwater. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 116(7) (2019).

Oldham, C., Beer, J., Blodau, C., Fleckenstein, J., Jones, L., Neumann, C., Peiffer, S.: Controls on iron(II) fluxes into waterways impacted by acid mine drainage : A Damköhler analysis of groundwater seepage and iron kinetics. Water Research, 153, 11-20 (2019).


Pinay, G., Peiffer, S., de Dreuzy, J., Krause, S., Hannah, D., Fleckenstein, J., Sebilo, M., Bishop, K., Hubert-Moy, L.: Upscaling nitrogen removal capacity from local hotspots to low stream orders' drainage basins. Ecosystems, 18(6), 1101-1120 (2015).

Liggett, J., Partington, D., Frei, S., Werner, A., Simmons, C., Fleckenstein, J.: An exploration of coupled surface-subsurface solute transport in a fully integrated catchment model. Journal of Hydrology, 529(3), 969-979 (2015).


Bartsch, S., Frei, S., Ruidisch, M., Shope, C., Peiffer, S., Kim, B., Fleckenstein, J.: River-aquifer exchange fluxes under monsoonal climate conditions. Journal of Hydrology, 509, 601-614 (2014).


Bartsch, S., Shope, C., Arnhold, S., Jeong, J., Park, J., Eum, J., Kim, B., Peiffer, S., Fleckenstein, J.: Monsoonal-type climate or land-use management : Understanding their role in the mobilization of nitrate and DOC in a mountainous catchmen. Journal of Hydrology, 507, 149-162 (2013).

Partington, D., Brunner, P., Frei, S., Simmons, C., Werner, A., Therrien, R., Maier, H., Dandy, G., Fleckenstein, J.: Interpreting streamflow generation mechanisms from integrated surface-subsurface flow models of a riparian wetland and catchment. Water Resources Research, 49(9), 5501-5519 (2013).

Strohmeier, S., Knorr, K., Reichert, M., Frei, S., Fleckenstein, J., Peiffer, S., Matzner, E.: Concentrations and fluxes of dissolved organic carbon in runoff from a forested catchment: Insights from high frequency measurements. Biogeosciences, 10, 905-916 (2013).

Shope, C., Bartsch, S., Kim, K., Kim, B., Tenhunen, J., Peiffer, S., Park, J., Ok, Y., Fleckenstein, J., Koellner, T.: A weighted, multi-method approach for accurate basin-wide streamflow estimation in an ungauged watershed. Journal of Hydrology, 494, 72-82 (2013).

Neumann, C., Beer, J., Blodau, C., Peiffer, S., Fleckenstein, J.: Spatial patterns of groundwater-lake exchange - implications for acid neutralization processes in an acid mine lake. Hydrological Processes, 27(22), 3240-3253 (2013).

Frei, S., Fleckenstein, J.: Representing effects of micro-topography on runoff generation and sub-surface flow patterns by using superficial rill/depression storage height variations. Environmental Modelling & Software, 52, 5-18 (2013).


Frei, S., Knorr, K., Peiffer, S., Fleckenstein, J.: Surface micro-topography causes hot spots of biogeochemical activity in wetland systems : a virtual modeling experiment. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 117(G00N12), 1-18 (2012).

Jeong, J., Bartsch, S., Fleckenstein, J., Matzner, E., Tenhunen, J., Lee, S., Park, S., Park, J.: Differential storm responses of dissolved and particulate organic carbon in a mountainous headwater stream, investigated by high-frequency, in situ optical measurements. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 117(G3), G03013 (2012).

Jeong, J., Park, J., Bartsch, S., Fleckenstein, J., Matzner, E., Tenhunen, J., Lee, S., Park, S.: Differential storm responses of dissolved and particulate organic carbon in a mounainous headwater stream, investigated by high-frequency, in situ optical measurements. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 117(G3) (2012).


Krause, S., Hannah, D., Fleckenstein, J., Heppell, C., Kaeser, D., Pickup, R., Pinay, G., Robertson, A., Wood, P.: Inter-disciplinary perspectives on processes in the hyporheic zone. Ecohydrology, 4(4), 481-499 (2011).


Schornberg, C., Schmidt, C., Kalbus, E., Fleckenstein, J.: Simulating the effects of geologic heterogeneity and transient boundary conditions on streambed temperatures — Implications for temperature-based water flux calculations. Advances in Water Resources, 33(11), 1309-1319 (2010).

Fleckenstein, J., Krause, S., Hannah, D., Boano, F.: Groundwater-surface water interactions: New methods and models to improve understanding of processes and dynamics. Advances in Water Resources, 33(11), 1291-1295 (2010).

Frei, S., Fleckenstein, J., Lischeid, G.: Effects of micro-topography on surface-subsurface exchange and runoff generation in a virtual riparian wetland – a modeling study. Advances in Water Resources, 33(11), 1388-1401 (2010).


Anibas, C., Fleckenstein, J., Volze, N., Buis, K., Verhoeven, R., Meire, P., Batelaan, O.: Transient or Steady-state? Using vertical temperature profiles to quantify groundwater-surface water exchange. Hydrological Processes, 23(15), 2165-2177 (2009).

Fleckenstein, J., Schmidt, C.: Themenheft: Grundwasser-Oberflächenwasser-Interaktionen. Grundwasser, 14(3), 161-162 (2009).

Frei, S., Fleckenstein, J., Kollet, S., Maxwell, R.: Patterns and dynamics of river-aquifer exchange with variably-saturated flow using a fully-coupled model. Journal of Hydrology, 375(3-4), 383-393 (2009).

Krause, S., Hannah, D., Fleckenstein, J.: Hyporheic hydrology: interactions at the groundwater-surface water interface. Hydrological Processes, 23(15), 2103-2107 (2009).


Fleckenstein, J., Fogg, G.: Efficient upscaling of hydraulic conductivity in heterogeneous alluvial aquifers. Hydrogeology Journal, 16(7), 1239-1250 (2008).


Fleckenstein, J., Niswonger, R., Fogg, G.: River-Aquifer Interactions, Geologic Heterogeneity, and Low Flow Management. Groundwater, 44(6), 837-852 (2006).


Fleckenstein, J., Anderson, M., Fogg, G., Mount, J.: Managing surface water-groundwater to restore fall flows in the Cosumnes River. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, 130(4), 301-310 (2004).

Books and Book sections


Fleckenstein, J., Frei, S., Knorr, K.: Modelling interactions between hydrologic dynamics and biogeochemical processes in a riparian wetland of a low-order stream. In: Abesser, Corinna (Hrsg.): Conceptual and modelling studies of integrated groundwater, surface water, and ecological systems : proceedings of Symposium H01, held during IUGG2011 in Melbourne, Australia, July 2011. - Wallingford : IAHS Publ., 2011. - 87-92.


Hannah, D., Krause, S., Fleckenstein, J., Heppell, K., Pickup, R., Pinay, G., Robertson, A., Wood, P.: Biogeochemistry and Hydroecology of the Hyporheic Zone. In: The Hyporheic Handbook : A handbook on the groundwater-surface water interface and hyporheic zone for environmental managers. - Bristol : Environment Agency, 2009. - 92-107.

Other publications


Fleckenstein, J., Neumann, C., Volze, N., Beer, J.: Raumzeitmuster des Grundwasser-Seeaustausches in einem sauren Tagebaurestsee. Grundwasser, 14(3), 207-217 (2009).

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