hydro-campus

The hydrology laboratory at Lübeck Technische Hochschule Lübeck offers education in hydrologic engineering, applied research and scientific services in the field of hydrology, water management and water quality studies. The focus of our work is on engineering hydrology and groundwater hydrology.

We educate in and do research on groundwater flow and solute transport. The regional focus is the hydrology of coastal areas of Northern Germany and water-scarce regions. International projects have a focus on water management in regions with water stress taking into account water quality and environmental hydrology.

This page offers a selection of article references for education and projects.

Recent additions or edits (WIKINDX Master Bibliography)

Sukhodolov, A. N., Nikora, V. I., Rowiński, P. M., & Czemuszenko, W. (1997). A case study of longitudinal dispersion in small lowland rivers. Water Environment Research, 69(7), 1246–1253.
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Nordin, C. F., & Sabol, G. V. (1974). Empirical data on longitudinal dispersion in rivers WRI No. 74-20USGS.
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The human rights to safe drinking water and sanitation. November 18 2015. New York: United Nations.
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Li, X.-Y., & Gong, J.-D. (2002). Compacted microcatchments with local earth materials for rainwater harvesting in the semiarid region of China. Journal of Hydrology, 257(1), 134–144.
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Boers, T. M., Zondervan, K., & Ben-Asher, J. (1986). Micro-Catchment-Water-Harvesting (MCWH) for arid zone development. Agricultural Water Management, 12(1), 21–39.
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Peters-Lidard, C. D., Clark, M., Samaniego, L., Verhoest, N. E. C., van Emmerik, T., & Uijlenhoet, R., et al. (2017). Scaling, similarity, and the fourth paradigm for hydrology. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 21(7), 3701–3713.
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Gleeson, T., & Paszkowski, D. (2014). Perceptions of scale in hydrology: What do you mean by regional scale? Hydrological Sciences Journal, 59(1), 99–107.
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Blöschl, G., & Sivapalan, M. (1995). Scale issues in hydrological modelling: A review. Hydrological Processes, 9, 251–290.
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Wood, E., Sivapalan, M., Beven, K., & Band, L. (1988). Effects of spatial variability and scale with implications to hydrologic modeling. Journal of Hydrology - J HYDROL, 102, 29–47.
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Tshimanga, R. M., & Hughes, D. A. (2014). Basin-scale performance of a semidistributed rainfall-runoff model for hydrological predictions and water resources assessment of large rivers: The congo river. Water Resources Research, 50(2), 1174–1188.
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