Dr. Marc Breulmann

Kontakt/ Adresse

UFZ/Jordanien

The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan
PO Box 2412, Amman 11181
Ministry of Water and Irrigation
NICE-Office – 6th Floor
Office No. 605 B
Implementation-Office Amman

Tel.: +962 - 7 9662 4225

UFZ/Deutschland (Leipzig)

Environmental and Biotechnology Centre
Dept. Umwelt- und Biotechnologisches Zentrum (UBZ)

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

Tel.: +49 (0) 341 235-1015
Fax.: +49 (0) 341 235-1830
marc.breulmann@ufz.de

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Dr. Marc Breulmann - Quelle: Sebastian Wiedling/UFZ

Curriculum Vitae

2017 - dato

Koordinator des „National Implementation Committee for Effective Integrated Wastewater Management in Jordan – NICE sowie Leitung des Implementierungs-Büros Amman im jordanischen Wasserministerium.

2013 - 2017

Post-Doc im Verbundprojekt CARBOWERT: Einsatz der Hydrothermalen Carbonisierung (HTC) für die nachhaltige Behandlung und Verwertung von Fraktionen des Siedlungswassersektors im Sinne eines Biochar/Sewchar-Konzepts.

2012 - 2013

Post-Doc im Verbundprojekt IWAS II: Internationale Wasserforschungs-Allianz Sachsen.

2007 - 2011

Dissertation (Dr. rer. nat.): Helmholtz-Zentrum für Umweltforschung – UFZ, Halle, Dept. Bodenökologie; eingereicht an der Leibniz Universität Hannover am Institut für Bodenkunde. Titel: "Functional soil organic matter pools and soil organic carbon stocks in grasslands - An ecosystem perspective".

2007

Internship and Consultant im UNESCO Büro in Doha, Katar.

2005 - 2007

MSc. course and thesis an der Universität Osnabrück; AG Experimentelle Ökologie. Titel der Abschlussarbeit: „Der Einfluss von Temperaturvariabilität auf die Interaktion zwischen einem Herbivoren Insekt, seiner Wirtspflanze und bodenenzymatischen Prozessen“ (in Zusammenarbeit mit der FH Osnabrück/Haste).

2002 - 2005

BSc. course and thesis an der Universität Osnabrück; Experimentelle Ökologie. Titel der Abschlussarbeit: „Der Einfluss hypergäischer Herbivoren und hypogäischer Zersetzer auf die Aktivität ausgewählter Bodenenzyme“ (in Zusammenarbeit mit der FH Osnabrück/Haste).


Publikationen

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2018 (3)
2017 (1)
2016 (3)
2015 (1)
2014 (1)
2012 (2)
2011 (2)
2010 (2)

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2018 (3)

  • Breulmann, M., Kuka, K., van Afferden, M., Buscot, F., Fühner, C., Müller, R., Schulz, E., (2018):
    Labile water soluble components govern the short-term microbial decay of hydrochar from sewage sludge
    Arch. Agron. Soil Sci. 64 (6), 873 - 880
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  • Breulmann, M., Schulz, E., van Afferden, M., Müller, R.A., Fühner, C., (2018):
    Hydrochars derived from sewage sludge: effects of pre-treatment with water on char properties, phytotoxicity and chemical structure
    Arch. Agron. Soil Sci. 64 (6), 860 - 872
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  • Weiner, B., Breulmann, M., Wedwitschka, H., Fühner, C., Kopinke, F.-D., (2018):
    Wet oxidation of process waters from the hydrothermal carbonization of sewage sludge
    Chem. Ing. Tech. 90 (6), 872 - 880
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2017 (1)

  • Breulmann, M., van Afferden, M., Müller, R.A., Schulz, E., Fühner, C., (2017):
    Process conditions of pyrolysis and hydrothermal carbonization affect the potential of sewage sludge for soil carbon sequestration and amelioration
    J. Anal. Appl. Pyrolysis 124 , 256 - 265
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2016 (3)

  • Breulmann, M., Boettger, T., Buscot, F., Gruendling, R., Schulz, E., (2016):
    Carbon storage potential in size–density fractions from semi-natural grassland ecosystems with different productivities over varying soil depths
    Sci. Total Environ. 545-546 , 30 - 39
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  • Chung, J.W., Breulmann, M., Clemens, A., Fühner, C., Foppen, J.W., Lens, P.N.L., (2016):
    Simultaneous removal of rotavirus and adenovirus from artificial ground water using hydrochar derived from swine feces
    J. Water Health 14 (5), 754 - 767
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  • Graham, E.B., Knelman, J.E., Schindlbacher, A., Siciliano, S., Breulmann, M., Yannarell, A., Beman, J.M., Abell, G., Philippot, L., Prosser, J., Foulquier, A., Yuste, J.C., Glanville, H.C., Jones, D., Angel, R., Salminen, J., Newton, R.J., Bürgmann, H., Ingram, L.J., Hamer, U., Siljanen, H.M., Peltoniemi, K., Potthast, K., Bañeras, L., Hartmann, M., Banerjee, S., Yu, R.-Q., Nogaro, G., Richter, A., Koranda, M., Castle, S., Goberna, M., Song, B., Chatterjee, A., Nunes, O.C., Lopes, A.R., Cao, Y., Kaisermann, A., Hallin, S., Strickland, M.S., Garcia-Pausas, J., Barba, J., Kang, H., Isobe, K., Papaspyrou, S., Pastorelli, R., Lagomarsino, A., Lindström, E., Basiliko, N., Nemergut, D.R., (2016):
    Microbes as engines of ecosystem function: When does community structure enhance predictions of ecosystem processes?
    Front. Microbiol. 7 , art. 214
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2015 (1)

  • Breulmann, M., van Afferden, M., Fühner, C., (2015):
    Biochar: bring on the sewage
    Nature 518 (7540), 483
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2014 (1)

  • Breulmann, M., Masyutenko, N.P., Kogut, B.M., Schroll, R., Dörfler, U., Buscot, F., Schulz, E., (2014):
    Short-term bioavailability of carbon in soil organic matter fractions of different particle sizes and densities in grassland ecosystems
    Sci. Total Environ. 497-498 , 29 - 37
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2012 (2)

  • Breulmann, M., Schulz, E., Weißhuhn, K., Buscot, F., (2012):
    Impact of the plant community composition on labile soil organic carbon, soil microbial activity and community structure in semi-natural grassland ecosystems of different productivity
    Plant Soil 352 (1-2), 253 - 265
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  • Demyan, M.S., Rasche, F., Schulz, E., Breulmann, M., Müller, T., Cadisch, G., (2012):
    Use of specific peaks obtained by diffuse reflectance Fourier transform mid-infrared spectroscopy to study the composition of organic matter in a Haplic Chernozem
    Eur. J. Soil Sci. 63 (2), 189 - 199
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2011 (2)

  • Breulmann, M., (2011):
    Functional soil organic matter pools and soil organic carbon stocks in grasslands - an ecosystem perspective
    Dissertation, Universität Hannover
    PhD Dissertation 15/2011
    Helmholtz-Zentrum für Umweltforschung - UFZ, Leipzig, 116 pp.
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  • Schulz, E., Breulmann, M., Boettger, T., Wang, K.-R., Neue, H.-U., (2011):
    Effect of organic matter input on functional pools of soil organic carbon in a long-term double rice crop experiment in China
    Eur. J. Soil Sci. 62 (1), 134 - 143
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2010 (2)

  • Breulmann, M., Böer, B., (2010):
    Camel farms: a new idea to help desert ecosystems recover
    Rural21 - The International Journal for Rural Development 44 (2), 39 - 40
  • Meyer, K.M., Schiffers, K., Münkemüller, T., Schädler, M., Calabrese, J.M., Basset, A., Breulmann, M., Duquesne, S., Hidding, B., Huth, A., Schöb, C., van de Voorde, T.F.J., (2010):
    Predicting population and community dynamics: the type of aggregation matters
    Basic Appl. Ecol. 11 (7), 563 - 571
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Breulmann M., Müller R.A., Lee M.-Y. (2018) Integrated Wastewater Management in Jordan; 1st Water Research Forum: Integrated, decentralized wastewater management for resource recovery in rural and peri-urban areas; Middle East Desalination Research Centre (MEDRC) Geneva Hotel, Amman, Jordan.

Breulmann M., Lee M.-Y. (2018) Sludge Management and Reuse; Technical Training Course on Decentralized Wastewater Management; organized by BDZ and Al Balqa University, Sadeen Hotel Amman, Jordan (Talk).

Breulmann M., Lee M.-Y. (2018) National Water Strategy and Decentralized Wastewater Management Policy; Technical Training Course on Decentralized Wastewater Management; organized by BDZ and Al Balqa University, Sadeen Hotel Amman, Jordan (Talk).

Breulmann M., Lee M.-Y., van Afferden M., Müller R. (2017) Brief overview of the scope of the NICE Office. 4th SMART-Move Consortium Meeting, Dead Sea, Jordan (Talk).

Breulmann M. and Fühner C. (2017) HTC of sewage sludge for soil amelioration: Key-results from the joint research project CARBOWERT; 1st International Symposium on HTC: Possibilities and Limits for Feedstocks United Kingdom, London (Talk).

Stutzenstein P., Breulmann M., Weiner B., Pfeifer C., Schulz E., Kopinke F-D (2017) Engineered organo-mineral particles for long-term carbon sequestration in soil; 1st International Symposium on HTC: Possibilities and Limits for Feedstocks United Kingdom, London (Poster).

Breulmann M., Schulz E., Fühner C. (2016) Hydrothermal carbonization of materials from the sanitation sector: Sustainable reuse of their conversion products. Symposium “Biochar for Sustainable Agriculture: Opportunity and Challenge”, Shenyang, China (Talk).

Breulmann M., Schulz E., van Afferden M., Müller R., Fühner C. (2015) Physicochemical properties of pyrolysis and hydrothermal carbonized materials produced from sewage sludge; Final Meeting EU-COST Action “Biochar” & 76. Symposium des ANS e.V, Geisenheim, Germany (Poster).

Breulmann M., Bottlinger M., Buttmann M., Clemens A., Decker A., Klemm M., Kopinke F.D.; Meisel K., Müller R:A., Muskolus A., Schulz E., van Afferden M., Versteegen J., Weiner B., Yalcin E., Fühner C. (2015) The CARBOWERT Project, Final Meeting EU-COST Action “Biochar” & 76. Symposium des ANS e.V, Geisenheim, Germany (Poster).

Breulmann M., Müller R.A., van Afferden M., Fühner C. (2015) The Sewchar Concept: An innovative tool for a sustainable treatment of sanitation fractions, Final Meeting EU-COST Action “Biochar” & 76. Symposium des ANS e.V, Geisenheim, Germany (Poster).

Weiner B., Poerschmann J., Fühner C., Breulmann M., Kopinke F.-D. (2015) Hydrothermal carbonization of sewage sludge in the framework of the project CARBOWERT, June, EUBCE 2015 – 23rd European Biomass Conference and Exhibition – Vienna, Austria (Talk).

Schulz E., Fühner C., Breulmann M. (2015) A long-term incubation study of the microbial decay of hydrothermal carbonized materials from sewage sludge in soil: linking chemical and biological effects. Proceedings of the International Biochar Symposium: Biochar Contribution to Sustainable Agriculture, Germany, Potsdam, Bornimer Agrartechnische Berichte Heft 89; ISSN 0947-7314 (Talk).

Breulmann M., van Afferden M., Müller R.A., Fühner C. (2015) The Sewchar Concept: An Innovative Tool for a Sustainable Water – Waste – Soil Nexus of Sanitation Systems; Dresden Nexus Conference, Germany (Poster).

Fühner C., Bottlinger M., Breulmann M., Buttmann M.; Clemens A., Hanauer S., Klemm M., Muskolus M., Schuster A., Schulz E., Weiner B. (2014) Einsatz der hydrothermalen Carbonisierung (HTC) für die nachhaltige Behandlung und Verwertung von Fraktionen des Sanitärsektors im Sinne eines Biochar/Sewchar-Konzepts – Das BMEL-Verbundprojekt CARBOWERT. HTP-Fachforum - Biobasierte hydrothermale Prozesse – Technologien zur stofflichen und energetischen Nutzung, Germany (Talk).

Breulmann M., Fühner C. (2014) Das CARBOWERT Projekt: Einsatz der Hydrothermalen Carbonisierung (HTC) für die nachhaltige Behandlung und Verwertung von Fraktionen des Sanitärsektors im Sinne eines Biochar/ Sewchar-Konzepts. Biochar Workshop in Bingen am Rhein, Germany (Talk).

Schulz E., Breulmann M., Kuka K., Fühner C. (2014) Stability of pyrolysis and HTC chars from sewage sludge: A respiration study on effects of pre-washings on microbial char decomposition and quantity of newly synthesized SOC. 20th World Congress of Soil Science – Soils Embrace Life and Universe; South Korea (Poster).

Fühner C., Breulmann M., van Afferden M. (2014) The sewchar concept: An innovative tool for sustainable reuse of human waste and sewage sludge in soils. 20th World Congress of Soil Science – Soils Embrace Life and Universe; South Korea (Poster).

Breulmann M., Schulz E., van Afferden M. Fühner C. (2014) Effects of pyrolysis and HTC chars produced from sewage sludge in the plant-soil system: Results from a 3 year field experiment. 20th World Congress of Soil Science – Soils Embrace Life and Universe; South Korea (Poster).

Fühner C., Breulmann M., van Afferden M. Müller R. (2013) The Sewchar Concept - A tool for sustainable sanitation. Sino-German-Scientific Symposium: Biochar in Agriculture. Umwelt-Campus Birkenfeld, Germany (Talk).

Breulmann M., Fühner C. (2013) Soil carbon dynamics: A biochar perspective. Sino-German-Scientific Symposium: Biochar in Agriculture. Umwelt-Campus Birkenfeld, Germany (Talk).

Breulmann M., Schulz E. & Buscot F. (2010) Response of soil carbon pools to plant community composition in semi-natural grasslands of different productivity. Proceedings of the 19th World Congress of Soil Science; Soil Solutions for a Changing World; ISBN 978-0-646-53783-2; Published on DVD; http://www.iuss.org; 2010 Aug 1-6. Brisbane, Australia, IUSS 2010 Aug., 83-86 pp.

Breulmann M., Schulz E. & Buscot F. (2010) Response of soil carbon pools to plant community composition in semi-natural grasslands of different productivity. 19th World Congress of Soil Science - Soil solutions for a changing World; Brisbane, Australia (Poster).

Breulmann M., Schulz E. & Buscot F. (2010) Plant diversity effects on soil carbon storage in semi-natural grasslands 6th UFZ DocConference, Leipzig (Talk).

Breulmann M., Schulz E. & Buscot F. (2009) Quality and quantity of litter as key components for labile SOC pool formation and microbial community composition. "Regulation of soil organic matter and nutrient turnover in agriculture", Witzenhausen, Germany (Poster).

Breulmann M., Schulz E. & Buscot F. (2009) Plant diversity effects on soil carbon storage in semi-natural grasslands. GFÖ 2009 - Dimensions of Ecology - From global change to molecular ecology - Bayreuth Centre for Ecology and Environmental Research (Talk).

Breulmann M., Schulz E. & Buscot F. (2009) Einfluss montaner Graslandschaften mit unterschiedlicher Pflanzenbiodiversität auf Bodenkohlenstoff - Pools. Internationale Arbeitsgruppe Organische Stickstoffdauerdüngungsversuche (IOSDV) – Sommertagung, Halle, Germany (Talk).

Breulmann M., Schulz E. & Buscot F. (2009) Effects of plant biodiversity in semi-natural grasslands on soil carbon pools: A Biodiversity and ecosystem perspective. Summer School " Soil organic matter - composition and turnover", Freising, Germany, Freising (Poster).

Breulmann M., Eggers T., Möhlmeyer A. & Gromes R. (2008) Effects of temperature variability on an above-ground herbivore, its host plant and on subsequent feed forward effects on different soil parameters and processes. EURECO GFÖ Meeting 2008 and BES Annual Meeting 2008, Congress Center Leipzig and Imperial College London (Poster).

Breulmann M., Eggers T., Fieberg K., Meyring T., Müller, S., Schütt W., Möhlmeyer A. & Gromes R. (2006) Combined Effects of above-ground herbivores and below-ground decomposers (earthworms) on soil enzymes. Workshop: "Multitrophic Interactions", University of Göttingen (Poster).


Forschungsprojekte


Implementation-Office (NICE II)

Laufzeit: 06/2017 – 11/2019
BMBF: 02WM1458
Implementierungs-Büro Amman (NICE II): Entwicklung und Umsetzung von administrativ-regulatorischen Werkzeugen am Beispiel des Nationalen Implementierungskomitees für Effektives Dezentrales Abwassermanagement in Jordaniens
Kooperationen: Ministry of Water and Irrigation of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan; Water Authority of Jordan of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan; Bremen Overseas Research & Development Association e.V. (BORDA)

CARBOWERT: Thermochemical Sludge Treatment and the Sewchar Concept

Laufzeit: 10/2013 – 04/2017
BMEL/BLE: 316-06.01-28-1-56.001-11
Verbundprojekt:
CARBOWERT - Einsatz der Hydrothermalen Carbonisierung (HTC) für die nachhaltige Behandlung und Verwertung von Fraktionen des Sanitärsektors im Sinne eines Biochar/Sewchar-Konzepts
Kooperationen:
Institut für angewandtes Stoffstrommangement (IfaS), Terra Nova Energy GmbH (TNE), Deutsches Biomasseforschungszentrum (DBFZ)

BMEL

International Water Research Alliance Saxony

Laufzeit: 01/2011 – 10/2013
BMBF: 02WM1165
Verbundprojekt: IWAS II - Internationale Wasserforschungs-Allianz Sachsen
Kooperationen: Technische Universität Dresden, Stadtentwässerung Dresden GmbH

BIOLOG DIVA Programm

Laufzeit: 04/2000 – 12/2010
BMBF: 01LC0613B
Verbundprojekt: BIOLOG Verbundprojekt DIVA-Jena III: Funktionelle Bedeutung und Mechanismen der Erhaltung von Biodiversität im Modellsystem Grünland
Kooperationen: Universität Jena, Max-Planck-Institut für Biogeochemie, Universität Leipzig