02.09.2022 | New research paper on capturing glyphosate retention in aquifer sediment 

The mobility of ionizable organic contaminant (IOCs) in soils and groundwater is notoriously challenging to capture given their strong retention that cannot be reliably estimated via linear partitioning. In a new publication, Adrian along with collaborators at the University of Tübingen present a geophysics-based approach where the method spectral induced polarization (SIP) is used to monitor glyphosate (an IOC) sorption and desorption. The research highlights the ability SIP to capture solid-bound concentration changes during the transport of glyphosate through natural aquifer sediment and the potential of non-invasive approaches to help advance IOC monitoring approaches.

Access the paper via this link.

20.07.2022 | Kassel

Science outreach at the University of Kassel's Wis­sens­spei­cher (knowledge silo) exhibit at the Documenta Fifteen.

100 ideas for tomorrow's world - projects across disciplines at the University of Kassel, including hydrogeology!
Our project's cube: measuring microbial processes in the hidden subsurface biosphere - groundwater.

30.06.2022 | Annecy, France

The Hydrogeology Research Group attends the 6th International Workshop on Induced Polarization:

Cora presents her work on geophysical monitoring of subsurface biogeochemical reactions.
Adrian presents work on monitoring contaminant sorption in soils using geophysics.