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Faculty for Biology, Chemistry, and Earth Sciences

Department of Hydrology - Prof. Dr. Stefan Peiffer

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Theses offered



Bachelor's Theses offered
Beurteilung der Leistungsfähigkeit eines Verfahrens zur Erhöhung der Säurekapazität in der Kläranlage Bayreuth

Contact: Stefan Peiffer
Understanding how vegetation influences groundwater discharge to streams: continuous monitoring of groundwater fluxes using Rn

Vegetation is often neglected in hydrological studies, but can act as efficent water pumps during transpiration. In this work we aim to see how the vegetation pump influences stream flow by lowing groundwater levels. We will use new high resolution Rn measurements to tracer daily cycles in groundwater discharge.
Who wants to build an Island? Understanding fresh water - salt water mixing under island dune systems

Salt water intrusion into and contamination of coastal fresh water aquifers is one of the largest global problems facing our fresh water resources. This is especially true in heavily populated coastal regions e.g. in Asia and the pacific. Indeed most large cities are located in coastal regions and will likely face water shortages in the future as the sea level rises. 

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Contact: Ben Gilfedder


Master's Theses offered
Geoelektrische Untersuchungen zur hydrologisch gesteuerten Wasser- und Stoffmobilisierung in vorfluternahen Feuchtgebieten

Im Rahmen dieser Bachelor-/Masterarbeit werden geoelektrische Untersuchungen exemplarisch an einem Moor im Fichtelgebirge durchgeführt. Ziel ist es, insbesondere während intensiver Niederschläge, die hydrologischen Besonderheiten und deren spezifischen Einfluss auf die Stoffmobilisierung besser zu verstehen.

 

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Contact: Sven Frei, Stefan Durejka, Sven Nordsiek
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