Hanna Hennig

Hydrologin - Doktorandin

Department Catchment Hydrology

Helmholtz-Zentrum für Umweltforschung - UFZ
Theodor-Lieser. Str. 4
06120 Halle/Saale, Deutschland

+49 (0) 345 558 5481
hanna.hennig@ufz.de

Wadi Arugot, 2016

PhD Projekt

Hydrological modeling in the arid region of the Dead Sea

innerhalb des Projektes DESERVE

Betreuer
Prof. Dr. Ralf Merz
Department Catchment Hydrology, UFZ Halle, Deutschland
Martin-Luther-University, Halle/Wittenberg, Deutschland

Prof. Dr. Jonathan Laronne
Department of Geography and Environmental Development
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer Sheva, Israel

Dr. Tino Rödiger
Department Catchment Hydrology, UFZ Halle, Deutschland


Akademische Ausbildung

10/2012 - 03/2015

Master of Science Hydrologie
Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg

Multi-temporal and multi-sensor thermal analyses for submarine groundwater discharge detection over large spatial scales

07/2010 - 07/2011

Auslandsaufenthalt an der Universität Stellenbosch, Südafrika

07/2010 - 07/2011

Bachelor of Science Management natürlicher Ressourcen
Martin-Luther-University Halle/Wittenberg

Stichtagsmessung, hydrochemische Probennahme und deren Auswertung im Bereich der Halle Störung in Heide-Süd


Projekt

Dead Sea Research Venue ist ein interdisziplinares und internationales Projekt finanziert von der Helmholtz Gemeinschaft

Projektpartner
KIT und GFZ, sowie Partner von Ländern, die an das Tote Meer grenzen


Publikationen

Zeitschriftenaufsätze

2018 (1)

  • Oehler, T., Eiche, E., Putra, D., Adyasari, D., Hennig, H., Mallast, U., Moosdorf, N., (2018):
    Seasonal variability of land-ocean groundwater nutrient fluxes from a tropical karstic region (southern Java, Indonesia)
    J. Hydrol. 565 , 662 - 671
    Volltext (URL)

2017 (2)

  • Oehler, T., Eiche, E., Putra, D., Adyasari, D., Hennig, H., Mallast, U., Moosdorf, N., (2017):
    Timing of land–ocean groundwater nutrient fluxes from a tropical karstic region (southern Java, Indonesia)
    Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci. Discuss. , 10.5194/hess-2017-621
    Volltext (URL)
  • Sachse, A., Fischer, C., Laronne, J.B., Hennig, H., Marei, A., Kolditz, O., Rödiger, T., (2017):
    Water balance estimation under the challenge of data scarcity in a hyperarid to Mediterranean region
    Hydrol. Process. 31 (13), 2395 - 2411
    Final Draft (PDF)

Vorträge

Hennig, H., Rödiger, T., Merz, R., Laronne, J.B. (2016):
The Concept of an Hydrological Model in the Arid Region of the Dead Sea. Advances in Fluvial Science and Practices Workshop, Beer Sheva, Israel.

Hennig, H., Mallast, U., Merz, R. (2015):
Multi-temporal thermal analyses for submarine groundwater discharge (SGD) detection over large spatial scales in the Mediterranean. European Geological Union (EGU), Vienna, Austria     Abstract

Poster

Hennig, H., Rödiger, T., Merz, R. & Laronne, J.B. (2017):
Understanding Flash Flood Generation in the Arid Region of the Dead Sea, AGU Fall Meeting, New Orleans, USA   Abstract

Hennig, H., Rödiger, T., Laronne, J.B., Geyer, S. & Merz, R. (2016):
Understanding processes that generate flash floods in the arid Judean Desert to the Dead Sea – a measurement network. European Geological Union (EGU), Vienna, Austria     Abstract      Poster

Mallast, U., Hennig, H., Schubert, M., Knöller, K., Neehaul, Y., & Moosdorf, N. (2016):
Does remote sensing help translating local SGD investigation to large spatial scales? AGU Ocean Sciences Meeting, New Orleans, USA     Abstract

Hennig, H. (2015):
What is a Hydrologist doing at the Dead Sea? UFZ-IP Water Scarcity Information Day, Leipzig, Germany