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PhD-thesis successfully defended

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05.11.2018

Jannis Groh

Jannis Groh (Scientist, PB1, AG Hydropedology) successfully defended his PhD-thesis entitled High precision lysimeters improve our understanding of water cycle and solute transport dynamics at the Agricultural Faculty of the Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms University, Bonn, on October 29, 2018.

In his thesis, he worked , how to use data of high-prcision weighing lysimeters to obtain better insight in dynamic hydrological processes and of the water and element balances in the soil-plant-atmosphere system. The results of his analyses and methodological developments are an important basis for long-term soil landscape research at ZALF and for continuing collaboration within the Germany-wide TERENO-SoilCan lysimeter-network of the Helmholtz Association.

He carried out his PhD work at the Research Center Jülich (IBG-3, Agrosphere); his thesis was supervised by Dr. Thomas Pütz, Prof. Dr. Jan Vanderborght und Prof. Dr. Harry Vereecken.

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