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News 2017


WTW-Probes-Dresden

During March and April 2017 a set of physicochemical probes for the support of the biomonitoring at the CAS Institute of Hydrobiology in Wuhan arrived at the TU Dresden.
 

China’s Minister Counsellor for Science & Technology visits VISLAB

China’s Minister Counsellor for Science & Technology visits UFZ

On 07. June.2017, Mr. Jun Yin, China’s Minister Counsellor for Science & Technology from the Chinese Embassy in Berlin, with the secretary Dr. Jinhua Wang visits UFZ.

2. UC Status-Conference

2nd Urban Catchments Status Conference

On 23.05.2017 the 2nd Urban Catchments Status Conference of the BMBF CLIENT project "Managing Water Resources for Urban Catchments" took place in Leipzig. 

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Workshop „Sino-German Cooperation in the „Major Water Program“

Workshop „Sino-German Cooperation in the „Major Water Program“took place on 12.May.2017 at Tongji University. „Urban Catchments“ Team was meeting in Shanghai.

Saxon-Delegation 07 – 13.May.2017

The Technology Forum in Environmental Technology

On 10.May.2017, the Technology Forum in Environmental Technology took place in Wuhan. Two points were discussed: Environmental Information System in Wuhan (e.g Han river, East Lake, or Yangtze River) and the support from SMUL.

Successful installation of online data transmission from Chao Lake

Foto: AMC & WISUTEC

Successful installation of online data transmission from Chao Lake

On March 22, a measuring buoy, provided through a cooperation between the UFZ and their partner Chinese institute NIGLAS, was successfully anchored on Chao Lake and began operation by two German companies, and .

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(Foto: M. Frassl)

Buoy from Magdeburg deployed on Chao Lake

In the beginning of March, the measurement buoy, which was jointly developed by the engineering company Plischke and the UFZ, arrived safely in Nanjing (see articles below). On 10th of March, Burkhard Kuehn and Dr. Marieke Frassl from the Department of Lake Research, UFZ set out to China, too.

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Figure: groundwater simulation results with streamlines (Pohl et al. 2017)

Groundwater System

The Chaohu groundwater model is a central component of the „Work Package E“. There are two essential tasks: One task is to expand the knowledge of the connection between the urban sewage system  and Chaohu Lake.The other task is to simulate the transport, sorption and degradation of the algae toxin Microcystin in the aquifer. Microcystin is a product of regularly occurring algae blooms in Chaohu Lake and was found in worrying concentrations in the groundwater (Yang et al. 2016).

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Foto: Dirk J. (TU Dresden)

UC@CLIENT goes Africa

In February the University of the Free State at Bloemfontein hosted the African Water and Client Resilience Symposium 2017.Dr. Dirk Jungmann and Dipl. Hydrol. Jörg Seegert have been invited to present the latest results from the UC@CLIENT project entitled: High resolution monitoring for integrated assessment of water management impacts.

Magdeburger Boje reist nach China

Magdeburg's buoy goes to China

The Magdeburg newspaper "Volksstimme" reported on 14.02.17 about the transport of a research buoy from the UFZ Magdeburg to the Chao Lake, China. The buoy allows the researchers to better observe the algae concentration in the Chao lake and thus contributes to the aim of improving water quality in the Lake. This was explained by the UFZ project manager Dr. Karsten Rinke, who is from the Department of Sea Research of the Urban Catchments project, in an interview with the newspaper.

http://www.volksstimme.de/deutschland-welt/wirtschaft/technik-export-magdeburger-boje-reist-nach-china

News

  • 07.06.2017: China's Minister Counsellor for Science & Technology visits UFZ
  • 23.05.2017: 2.Urban Catchments Statuskonferenz in Leipzig
  • 15-19.05.2017:3rd Sino-German Workshop in Dunhuang
  • 06-13.05.2017: SMUL delegation travelling in China
  • 28.03-03.04.2017: Visit CREAS in Beijing und Tongji University in Shanghai
  • 15-20.03.2017: Magdeburgs Buoy to Chaohu

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ChinaConcept 2016

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Computational Hydrology I: Groundwater Flow Modeling
Hydrology II — in press

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