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Name:

Annette Rosenbom

Position:

Geo-Scientist

Institution:

Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland, of Geochemistry

Address:

Øster Voldgade 10, Copenhagen K

Phone:

+45 38142934

Email:

aer@geus.dk

Website:

www.geus.dk



Research interests:

Preferential flow and transport in variably saturated fractured media.

Linking hydrology/geology/geochemistry at different scales

Involvement in research projects:

PLAP - The Danish Pesticide Leaching Assessment Programme.

HYPERJORD - Field-scale Effective Hydraulic Properties for Clayey Soils.

PRECIOUS - Prediction of Climatic Impacts on Pesticide Leaching to the Aquatic Environments


Advisor for PhD students:





Key publications:

Rosenbom AE, Kjær J, Henriksen T, Ullum M, Olsen P (2009). Ability of the MACRO Model to Predict Long-Term Leaching of Metribuzin and Diketometribuzin. Environmental Science & Technology 43(9): 3221-3226.

Rosenbom AE, Therrien R, Refsgaard JC, Jensen KH, Ernstsen V, Klint KES (2009). Numerical Analysis of Water and Solute Transport in Variably Saturated Fractured Clayey Till. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology, 104 (1-4), 137-152.

Rosenbom AE, Ernstsen V, Flühler H, Jensen KH, Refsgaard JC, Wydler H (2008). Flourescence Imaging Applied to Tracer Distributions in Variably Saturated Fractured Clayey Till. Journal of Environmental Quality, 37(2), 448-458.

Rosenbom AE, Jakobsen PJ (2005). IR Thermography and Fracture Analysis of Preferential Flow in Chalk. Vadose Zone Journal 4(2), 271-280.

Klint KES, Gravesen P, Rosenbom A, Laroche C, Trenty L, Lethiez P, Sanchez F, Molinelli L, Tsakiroglou CD (2004). Multi-scale characterization of fractured rocks used as a means for the realistic simulation of pollutant migration pathways in contaminated sites: A case study. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution: Focus: 201-214.








 
 
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