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Name:

Peter  Bauer-Gottwein

Position:

Associate Professor in Hydrology and Water Resources

Institution:

Technical University of Denmark, DTU Environment

Address:

Bygningstorvet, B115, DK-2800 Kgs. Lyngby

Phone:

+45 4525 2171

Email:

pbg@env.dtu.dk

Website:

http://www.er.dtu.dk/Om%20instituttet/Medarbejdere/personvisning.aspx?erid=761



Research interests:

Large-scale hydrological modeling

Integrated water resources management

Hydro-economic system modeling and optimization

Water resources monitoring & characterization using remote sensing and airborne/ground-based geophysical methods


Involvement in research projects:

“Modeling concepts for the sustainable management of the Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve, Yucatan, Mexico”. In cooperation with the Geological Survey of Austria, the Centro de Investigación Cinetífica de Yucatán, the National Autonomous University of Mexico, Århus University and Amigos de Sian Ka’an.

“HYDROGRAV: Improving large-scale hydrological models with ground-based and space-borne time-lapse gravity surveys”. In cooperation with the Danish National Space Center.
www.hydrograv.dk

“Flooding and salt transport in the Okavango Delta, Botswana. Improved quantitative understanding based on remote sensing and airborne geophysics”.
In cooperation with Botswana’s Department of Water Affairs and ETH Zurich.

Wellfield Optimization Project, http://wellfield.dhigroup.com/index_dk.html

Hydronomics - Coupling river basin modeling and economic simulation

Advisor for PhD students:

Bibi N. Gondwe
Niels Riegels
Lars Christiansen
Annette K. Hansen




Key publications:

Bauer-Gottwein, P., Rasmussen, N.F., Feificova, D. and Trapp, S., 2008. Phytotoxicity of salt and plant salt uptake: Modeling eco-hydrological feedback mechanisms. Water Resources Research, 44: W04418.

Christiansen, C.M., Riis, C., Christensen, S.B., Broholm, M.M., Christensen, A.G., Klint, K.E., Wood, J.S., Bauer-Gottwein, P. and Bjerg, P.L., 2008. Characterization and quantification of pneumatic fracturing effects at a clay till site. Environmental science & technology, 42(2): 570-576.

Milzow, C., Kgotlhang, L., Kinzelbach, W., Meier, P. and Bauer-Gottwein, P., 2008. The role of remote sensing in hydrological modelling of the Okavango delta, Botswana. Journal of Environmental Management, in press.

Trapp, S., Feificova, D., Rasmussen, N.F. and Bauer-Gottwein, P., 2008. Plant uptake of NaCl in relation to enzyme kinetics and toxic effects. Environmental and Experimental Botany, in press.

Bauer-Gottwein, P., Langer, T., Prommer, H., Wolski, P. and Kinzelbach, W., 2007. Okavango Delta Islands: Interaction between density-driven flow and geochemical reactions under evapo-concentration. Journal of Hydrology, 335(3-4): 389-405.

Brunner, P., Hendricks Franssen, H.J., Kgotlhang, L., Bauer-Gottwein, P. and Kinzelbach, W., 2007. How can remote sensing contribute in groundwater modeling? Hydrogeology Journal, 15(1): 5-18.

Bauer, P., Gumbricht, T. and Kinzelbach, W., 2006. A regional coupled surface water/groundwater model of the Okavango Delta, Botswana. Water Resources Research, 42(4): W04403.

Bauer, P., Held, R.J., Zimmermann, S., Linn, F. and Kinzelbach, W., 2006. Coupled flow and salinity transport modelling in semi-arid environments: The Shashe River Valley, Botswana. Journal of Hydrology, 316(1-4): 163-183.

Bauer, P., Supper, R., Zimmermann, S. and Kinzelbach, W., 2006. Geoelectrical imaging of groundwater salinization in the Okavango Delta, Botswana. Journal of Applied Geophysics, 60(2): 126-141.

Zimmermann, S., Bauer, P., Held, R., Kinzelbach, W. and Walther, J.H., 2006. Salt transport on islands in the Okavango Delta: Numerical investigations. Advances in Water Resources, 29(1): 11-29.

Gumbricht, T., McCarthy, T.S. and Bauer, P., 2005. The micro-topography of the wetlands of the Okavango Delta, Botswana. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 30(1): 27-39.

Bauer, P., Thabeng, G., Stauffer, F. and Kinzelbach, W., 2004. Estimation of the evapotranspiration rate from diurnal groundwater level fluctuations in the Okavango Delta, Botswana. Journal of Hydrology, 288(3-4): 344-355.

Brunner, P., Bauer, P., Eugster, M. and Kinzelbach, W., 2004. Using remote sensing to regionalize local precipitation recharge rates obtained from the Chloride Method. Journal of Hydrology, 294(4): 241-250.

Kinzelbach, W., Bauer, P., Siegfried, T. and Brunner, P., 2003. Sustainable groundwater management - Problems and scientific tools. Episodes, 26(4): 279-284.

Bauer, P., Attinger, S. and Kinzelbach, W., 2001. Transport of a decay chain in homogenous porous media: Analytical solutions. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology, 49(3-4): 217-239.








 
 
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