Multi -methodological approach to investigate karst aquifers
Prof. Dr. Bartolomé Andreo
Characterization of flow and transport in Mediterranean karst systems: appl ication to case studies in Lebanon
Prof. Dr. Joanna Doumma
On Tuesday evening, 12.03. at 9 pm, the WDR broadcast the Quarks programme about caves. In the program Prof. Dr. Nico Goldscheider and Dr. Zhao Chen performed. Our topics in the article "Cave Groundwater" are research in the Blauhöhle and the Blautopf, and the World Karstaquifer Map (WOKAM).zum Beitrag über unsere Forschung
At KIT, the "World Karst Aquifer Map" has been developed in an international project. The uniform map is to improve the protection and management of karst aquifers.zur Pressemitteilung
Nico Goldscheider and Nadine Göppert report on their research work in Germany's largest mineral water system
The world drinks from this source - International network of hydrologists produces the first world map of water veins in karst areas
Campus radio interview with Prof. Dr. Goldscheiderzum Mitschnitt
As part of the event series Young Talents - Science and Music, Dominik Richter presented the research projects KaWaTech and KaWaTech Solutions for the development of a sustainable drinking water supply in the UNESCO Global Geopark Dong Van, North Vietnam on 16.01.2020.Link_more
External Link Prizes are awarded for outstanding master's and doctoral theses that have been written at KIT institutes with a focus on geo and environmental sciences.Mehr Infos und Bewerbung
New findings on the Staufen damage case (with an assessment by Prof. N. Goldscheider)Kontext: Wochenzeitung
Anna Ender receives the Arcadis Prize for Geo- and Environmental Research
Photo: Bettina Waibel (IWG, KIT) 2018
Julian Xanke is awarded the Sparkassen Environmental Prize 2017 for his dissertation "Managed aquifer recharge into a karst groundwater system at the Wala reservoir, Jordan".
Zhao Chen has been awarded the "Young Karst Researcher Prize" for his contribution "Modeling water fluxes and storages in an Alpine karst catchment in the context of climate change" at this year's meeting of the IAH (International Association of Hydrogeologists) from 25 to 29 September in Dubrovnik.
25th meeting of the Hydrogeology Section of the DGGV 2016
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
13 - 17 April 2016weitere Informationen
Markus Merk is awarded the Arcadis Prize 2016 for Geo- and Environmental Research.
Markus Merk has been awarded the Arcadis Prize for Geo- and Environmental Research for his master's thesis "Quantification of the exchange dynamics between ground and surface water following a dike relocation".