||Head of Department
Tel.: +45 9133 3601
||Research professor |
Jens Christian Refsgaard
Tel.: +45 3070 9830
Department secretary, Camilla Sarantatis, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel. +45 9133 3603
|Project secretary, Ryét Myren, email: email@example.com, Tel. +45 9133 3604 |
The Department works with characterization, modelling, and management of water and solute transport in the hydrological cycle, in Denmark and internationally. Areas with influence on water quality and quantity in the hydrological cycle as climate, land use and water abstraction are also in focus as well as interaction between land surface, root zone, groundwater bodies, watercourses, lakes, wetlands, and the sea.
Groundwater resource and stream runoff; Contamination and transport; Quality assurance and uncertainty assessments; etc.
Borehole logging; Groundwater-surface water interaction; Salt- and fresh water zones; Optimized and integrated monitoring and modelling, Remote sensing; etc.
Climate scenarious; Floodings; Salt water intrusions; Protection of catchment areas and well fields; Water in the landscape; etc.
Changes in the groundwater resource; Scenarious in relation to larger constructions; Changes in future irrigation needs; Protection against salt water intrusions; etc.
Integrated Water Resources Management; Implementation of the European Water Framework Directive; Adaptive management; Groundwater protection and management; etc.
Internationally institutional capacity development in research and management of water resourcer etc.
All staff members in the department
- Center for Lake RestaurationCRES
- Centre for Regional Change in the Earth System
- National Water Resources Model
- Ground Water Development and Sustainable Agriculture
- Center of Hydrology
- Hydrological Forecasting and Data Assimilation
- Knowledge Inventory for hydrogeology research
- Nordic Centre of Excellence on Resilience and Societal Security
- Reducing nutrient loadings from agricultural soils to the Baltic Sea via groundwater and streams
- Spatial calibration and evaluation in distributed hydrological modeling using satellite remote sensing data
- Transport and reduction of Nitrate in Danish landscapes at various Scales
- Climate change in the Baltic Region
- Capacity Development for Hazard Risk Reduction and Adaptation
- Impacts of Climate Change on Water Resources and Agriculture - and Adaptation Strategies in Tanzania
- Climate change in the North Sea Region
- Climate change impacts at different scales
- New Approaches to Adaptive Water Management under Uncertainty
- Nitrate reduction in geologically heterogeneous catchments
- Prediction of Climatic Impacts on Pesticide Leaching to the Aquatic Environments
International Master in Water Resources
Danish Water Forum
IAH Danmark - International Association of Hydrogeologists