Dr. Andreas Musolff





Helmholtz-Zentrum für
Umweltfoschung - UFZ
Permoserstr. 15
04318 Leipzig

Phone: +49 341 235 1983
Fax: +49 341 235 1837

Andreas Musolff

Forschungsthemen

  • Top-Down-Ansätze zur Beschreibung von Stoffexporten aus Einzugsgebieten
  • Verweilzeiten von Wasser in Einzugsgebieten
  • Interaktionen zwischen Grund- und Oberflächenwasser
  • Eintrag, Transport and Verbleib von Mikroverunreinigungen in urbanen Gewässern

Lebenslauf

04/2010

Dr. Sc. nat., Universität Neuchâtel, Schweiz, Zentrum für Hydrogeologie and Geothermie, Dissertation: Micropollutants in urban receiving waters

seit 04/2009

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter am Helmholtz-Zentrum für Umweltforschung - UFZ, Department Hydrogeologie

04/2006-03/2009

Doktorand am Helmholtz-Zentrum für Umweltforschung - UFZ, Department Hydrogeologie

09/2004-03/2006

Projektmanager für Umweltinformationssysteme und Datenbankentwicklung, CORE2 Consult GmbH, Greifswald

01/2004-07/2004

Technischer Assistent für GIS-Anwendungen und Datenbanken, Zoologisches Institut und Museum, Universität Greifswald

01/2002-08/2003

Projektmanager für GIS-Anwendungen und GIS-Softwareentwicklung, gen-i-sys Geodatenservice, Informationssysteme und Neue Medien GmbH, Leipzig

11/2001

Diplom Geologie, Universität Greifswald, Diplomarbeit: Erstellung einer Gebietswasserbilanz mit Hilfe eines Geoinformationssystemes

Publikationen

(peer reviewed)

  • Musolff A., Leschik S., Schafmeister M.-T., Reinstorf F., Strauch G., Krieg R., Schirmer M., 2010, Evaluation of xenobiotic impact on urban receiving waters by means of statistical methods. Water Science and Technology 62: 684-692, DOI 10.2166/wst.2010.930.
  • Musolff A., Leschik S., Reinstorf F., Strauch G., Schirmer M., 2010, Micropollutant loads in the urban water cycle. Environmental Science and Technology 44: 4877-4883, DOI 10.1021/es903823a.
  • Musolff A., 2009, Micropollutants - challenges in hydrogeology. Hydrogeology Journal 17: 763-766.
  • Musolff A., Leschik S., Möder M., Strauch G., Reinstorf F., Schirmer M., 2009, Temporal and spatial patterns of micropollutants in urban receiving waters. Environmental Pollution 157: 3069-3077, DOI 10.1016/j.envpol.2009.05.037.
  • Musolff A., Leschik S., Strauch G., Reinstorf F., Oswald S.E., Schirmer M., 2009, Water and contaminant flow in an aquifer under urban stress. In: Taniguchi M., Dausman A., Howard K., Polemino M., Lakshmanan E. (eds.) Trends and sustainability of groundwater in highly stressed aquifers. IAHS Publ. 329, IAHS Press, Wallingford, UK, 218-222.
  • Leschik S., Musolff A., Martienssen M., Krieg R., Bayer-Raich M., Reinstorf F., Strauch G., Schirmer M., 2009, Investigation of sewer exfiltration using integral pumping tests and wastewater indicators. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 110: 118-129.
  • Leschik S., Musolff A., Krieg R., Martienssen M., Bayer-Raich. M, Reinstorf F., Strauch G., Schirmer M., 2009, Application of integral pumping tests to investigate the influence of a losing stream on groundwater quality. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 13: 1765-1774.
  • Reinstorf F., Leschik S., Musolff A., Osenbrück K., Strauch G., Möder M., Schirmer M., 2009, Quantification of large-scale urban mass fluxes of xenobiotics and of the river-groundwater interaction in the city of Halle, Germany. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth 34: 574-579.
  • Reinstorf F., Leschik S., Musolff A., Osenbrück K., Strauch G., Möder M., Schirmer M., 2008, Mass flux modeling of urban micropollutants in the city of Halle, Germany. In: Trefry, M.G. (ed.) Groundwater Quality: Securing Groundwater Quality in Urban and Industrial Environments. IAHS Publ. 324, IAHS Press, Wallingford, UK, 110-117.
  • Musolff A., Leschik S., Reinstorf F., Strauch G., Schirmer M., 2008, Assessing emerging contaminants - case study of the city of Leipzig, Germany. In: Trefry, M.G. (ed.) Groundwater Quality: Securing Groundwater Quality in Urban and Industrial Environments. IAHS Publ. 324, IAHS Press, Wallingford, UK, 178-185.
  • Musolff A., Leschik S., Reinstorf F., Strauch G., Möder M., Schirmer M., 2007, Xenobiotics in groundwater and surface water of the city of Leipzig. Grundwasser 12: 217-231.

(Buchkapitel)

  • Schirmer M., Reinstorf F., Leschik S., Musolff A., Krieg R., Osenbrück K., Martienssen M., Schirmer K., Strauch G., 2010, Chapter 12. Transport and Fate of Xenobiotics in the Urban Water Cycle: Studies in Halle/Saale and Leipzig (Germany). In: Fatta-Kassinos, D., Bester, K., Kümmerer, K. (eds.), Xenobiotics in the Urban Water Cycle; Mass Flows, Environmental Process, Mitigation and Treatment Strategies, Environmental Pollution, Vol. 16, Springer Science + Business Media B.V.
  • Musolff A., 2004, Wasserhaushalt – Kapitel 13. In Langguth, H.R., Voigt, R. (eds.), Hydrogeologische Methoden. Springer Verl., Berlin-Heidelberg.

Veranstaltungen

EGU 2015, Wien
Abstracts: Musolff Neubauer Oosterwoud Schmidt Trauth

HydroEco 2015, Wien.
Konferenz Website

Aktuelles

AGU 2014 Fall Meeting,
San Francisco USA.
Abstracts: Kurz, Laube, Müller, Musolff, Newcomer/Maier

2014 AGU Chapman Conference on Catchment Spatial Organization and Complex Behavior, Luxembourg City, LU. Website
Abstracts: Fleckenstein, Neubauer

International Workshop on Temporal High Resolution Water Quality Monitoring & Analysis, Magdeburg, DE.
Workshop Website

Neueste Publikationen

Kurz et al. 2015 Diffusion and seepage-driven element fluxes from the hyporheic zone of a karst river, FwS. Abstract

Trauth et al. 2014 Hyporheic transport and biogeochemical reactions in pool-riffle systems under varying ambient groundwater flow conditions, JGR. Abstract

Schmidt et al. 2014 A method for automated, daily, temperature-based vertical streambed water-fluxes, F&AL. Abstract

Krause et al. 2014 Understanding process dynamics at aquifer-surface water interfaces: An introduction to the special section on new modeling approaches and novel experimental technologies, WRR. Abstract

Frei & Fleckenstein 2014 Representing effects of micro-topography on runoff generation and sub-surface flow patterns by using superficial rill/depression storage height variations, EMS. Abstract

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