Research Fellow : Joel Tirado Conde
Host Institution: Department of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
Objectives : Develop a multi-scale thermal imagery method, where airborne and ground-based methods can quantify where, when, and how much groundwater escapes to stream valleys with special attention to how temperature-controlled changes in hydraulic parameters affect water storage/wetness/flooding/upwelling and direct seepage to streams. The innovative aspect is to investigate if thermal imaging is a feasible method for mapping upwelling at the scale of stream networks and linking these to temporal changes in hydraulic parameters and possible hot-spots of reactivity.
More details about ESR7-project:
- Tasks and methodology
- Dissemination and communication
- Database for the future datasets
– Secondment at UFZ Leipzig with Jan Fleckenstein’s group :
3 months : January, February and March 2019
– Secondment at Université de Neuchâtel with Philip Brunner’s group :
3 months : September, October, November 2019
Tasks and methodology
- Instrument Holtum stream (Denmark) sites and perform seasonal campaigns with airborne and ground based methods.
- Create local 2D/3D flow and heat transport models to understand flow upwelling processes.
- Test the imaging and modelling techniques at TERENO sites in Germany.
- Integrate knowledge and data from local models into a 3D sub-catchment model.
Peter K. Engesgaard – University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Majken C. Looms Zibar – University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Dissemination and communication
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- 33rd Nordic Geological Winter Meeting 2018 :
Poster presentation during the session “11.2 Groundwater – surface water interaction, chemical and quantitative impacts on rivers, lakes, wetlands, fjords and coastal areas”
- Presentation at Computational Methods in Water Resources XXII – Saint Malo, June 2018 : Benchmarking the use of heat as a tracer by the use of integrated surface and subsurface hydrologic models
- Poster presented during the 4th Cargèse Summer School : Heat as a tracer to study groundwater upwelling : fiel data and benchmarking integrated hydrological modelling
Database for the future datasets: Hobe