The ENIGMA network works closely with other networks, notably working on long-term experimental infrastructures. Datasets produced during experiments will be inserted onto the network databases.
The partners and their databases
- H+ network
The H+ network is the French long-term observation system for hydrogeological research and was created in 2002. It hosts international teams developing novel subsurface monitoring and imaging techniques, such as the ENIGMA ITN project. The H+ network takes part in OZCAR on subsurface data. H+ experimental site in Ploeumeur hosted the ENIGMA second workshop in October 2017.
- TERENO network
Established in 2008, TERENO is a German long-term research program on consequences of global change for terrestrial ecosystems and its socioeconomic implications. ENIGMA ESR are working on several TERENO-linked experimental sites.
- HOBE Observatory
HOBE is the Danish hydrological observatory, established in 2007. It is working a an interdisciplinary research programme, with a strong training activity. ENIGMA ESR are working on several HOBE sites.
- The CAMPOS repository
CAMPOS is a collaborative research center of the University of Tübingen (Germany) working on the metabolism of polluants on the landscape scale.
Access to data produced within the ENIGMA projects
On the H+ database
PhD Student Justine Molron (working on Flow and transport in fracture networks: reducing uncertainty of DFN models by conditioning to geology and geophysical data) – data from Äspö Hard Rock Laboratory, access to dataset used in the article published in Engineering Geology
PhD student Richard Hoffmann (working on Joint heat and solute tracer test inversion for imaging preferential pathways) – data from Hermalle-sous-Argentau field site
PhD student Andrea Palacios (working on Geologically constrained joint inversion of hydraulic, tracer and ERT data for process visualization) – data from Argentona field site, access to dataset used in the article published in HESS
PhD student Lara Blazevic (working in Monitoring spatio-temporal water redistribution in the subsurface with seismic methods) – working on the Ploemeur site : access to datasets used in the published article in Water
Data from PhD student Alvaro Pardo-Alvarez (working on Closing the conceptual gap between the hyporheic zone and the river corridor) – working on the Emme site
Data from PhD student Behzad Pouladi (working on Active Fiber Optic DTS methods to monitor subsurface flow dynamics) – working on the Ploemeur site
Data from PhD student Joel Tirado-Conde (working on Multi-scale thermal imaging of groundwater upwelling in stream valleys)
Data from PhD student Anne-Karin Cooke (working on Monitoring water storage changes with a new portable absolute quantum gravimeter) – working on the Larzac site
PhD student Jorge Lopez-Alvis (working on Integration of dynamical hydrogeophysical data in a multiple-point geostatistical framework) – access to data
On the UFZ Data Portal
PhD student Guilherme Nogueira (working on Flow and reactions in stream-riparian zone systems) – access to data with keyword” ENIGMA”