Jannes Kordilla is a researcher and lecturer in Hydrogeology and focusses on the understanding and management of groundwater resources.

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New paper: Exploring the Impact of Climate Change on Water Resources in the Mediterranean: Insights from the Western Mountain Aquifer

Drawing upon our extensive modeling endeavors within the Western Mountain Aquifer of Israel, we are happy to announce the publication of our latest article in the Journal of Hydrology X: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2589915523000068 Climate change continues to reshape our world, and its effects on water resources [...]

September 9th, 2023|Kategorien: Publications|

New paper in Journal of Hydrology X

We are happy that our recent work on the topic of large-scale karst system modeling has been published in the Journal of Hydrology X:https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2589915522000256As part of his Ph.D Lysander developed the large-scale dual-domain Hydrogeosphere model to simulate the complex infiltration and long-term groundwater dynamics within [...]

Februar 9th, 2023|Kategorien: Publications|

New paper featured in Vadose Zone Journal

We are happy having our new paper published and featured in the Vadose Zone Journal: https://acsess.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/vzj2.20177 Florians work as part of a DFG project focuses on the relationship between fracture network geometry/topology and the complex percolation dynamics in fractured-porous systems. While dual-domain models exist [...]

März 10th, 2022|Kategorien: Publications|

Dorothea Schlözer scholarship for Elena

Congratulations to Elena for receiving the Dorothea Schlözer scholarship of the University of Goettingen! The Dorothea Schlözer program aims at improving gender equality by providing scholarships to female researchers that have proven their scientific excellence. The scholarship will assist in the future development of [...]

August 23rd, 2021|Kategorien: Conferences|

vEGU21 – Virtual sessions and technical difficulties

After some initial technical difficulties on the first days of virtual sessions a Zoom framework has been used to host the sessions instead of the BBB one. Nevertheless, as both of our sessions were on Wednesday and Friday we fortunately did not experience any [...]

Mai 26th, 2021|Kategorien: Conferences|
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