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
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