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Vorlesung/Übung: Transport Systems: Links and Fluxes of Energy and Matter between Atmosphere, Pedospere and Biosphere (GCE:A6) (74017)

SS 2015
Mi.: 10:15-11:45, S 21 (GEO); Field lab (Waldstein-Weidenbrunnen site in the Fichtelgebirge, 1 day t.b.a.

Christoph Thomas, Bernd Huwe, Dennis Ochuodho Otieno, Andreas Held, Wolfgang Babel, Olga Fishkis

5 ECTS; for GCE (Module A6), M. Sc. Geoecology (GM3) and M. A. Physical Geography

Schedule

Lectures/labs/seminar (We, 10-12)
Date Topic Lecturer
22.04.2015
Lecture: Introduction (course outline and structure), First unit: water movement as an example of mass transport in the air-plant-soil continuum Thomas
29.04.2015 Lecture: Definition of scales, links between atmosphere-biosphere-pedosphere, fundamentals of mass and energy transport Thomas
06.05.2015 Lecture: Measuring and modeling the atmosphere water and carbon transport Thomas
13.05.2015 Lecture: Transport and reaction of chemical species Held
20.05.2015 Exercise: Discussion of the first homework set (Micrometeorology and atmospheric chemistry) Do not forget to turn in the homework sets before the discussion!
Babel/Held
27.05.2015 Lecture: Transport in the soil Huwe
03.06.2015
Lecture: Measurements and modeling of biological controls on transfer I Otieno
10.06.2015
Lecture: Measurements and modeling of biological controls on transfer II Otieno
17.06.2015 Field lab: transport in the soil Fishkis
24.06.2015
Laboratory tutorial: transport in the soil
Fishkis
01.07.2015
Exercise: transport in the soil
Fishkis

08.07.2015 or 15.07.2015

Follow-up exercise and discussion of the results of the field lab (see below) all



Field lab 
02.07.2015
Visit of the Waldstein-Weidenbrunnen site in the Fichtelgebirge and field exercises/measurements in groups
all



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