|Prof. Dr. Stefan B. Haderlein||University of Tübingen, Environmental Mineralogy & Chemistry|
|Prof. Dr. Christian Griebler||Helmholtz Center München, Inst. of Groundwater Ecology (IGÖ) & University of Vienna, Department of Limnology and Bio-Occanography|
|Prof. Dr. Andreas Kappler||University of Tübingen, Geomicrobiology|
|Prof. Dr. Carolin Huhn||University of Tübingen, Analytical Chemistry|
Prof Dr. Stefan Haderlein
University of Tübingen, Hölderlinstr. 12, 72074 Tübingen
+49 (7071) 29 73148; firstname.lastname@example.org
Redox processes play a key role in both biogeochemical cycles and for pollutant transformations. Thus, the overarching goal of this project is to identify and quantify the biogeochemical processes controlling the redox dynamics and thus the spatial and temporal transformation of redox sensitive nutrients (nitrate, ammonia) and agrochemicals (glyphosate, MCPA) in floodplain sediments.
We apply advanced electrochemical, trace analytical, microbial and biochemical techniques to determine
The work comprises field coring campaigns (in close collaboration with P3) as well as detailed laboratory studies to decipher and quantify the links between geochemistry, redox dynamics, microbial activity and pollutant fate.