Dr. Daniel Buchner

Universität Tübingen
Zentrum für Angewandte Geowissenschaften (ZAG)
Hölderlinstraße 12
72074 Tübingen
Office: Room S533, Hölderlinstr. 12
Phone: +49-(0)7071-29-73167
Email: daniel.buchner(at)uni-tuebingen.de

Since 2016
Member

in the expert committee for environmental isotope chemistry of the German Water Chemistry Society

Since 2015
Junior group leader environmental isotope chemistry and microbiology

in the Environmental Mineralogy and Environmental Chemistry group of Prof. Stefan B. Haderlein, University of Tübingen

2015
Dr.rer.nat.

University of Tübingen, Thesis: Deciphering stable isotope fractionation (δ13C; δ37Cl) during reductive dehalogenation of chlorinated ethenes: effects of bacterial growth physiology and expression of key enzymes. Supervisor: Prof. Stefan Haderlein

2010
Diploma

Geosciences, University of Tübingen. Supervisor: Stefan B. Haderlein

Publications

Buchner, D., Schweikhart, M., Behrens, S., Schöndorf, T., Laskov, C., & Haderlein, S. B. (2019) Sanierung eines PCE-Schadens in einem makroskopisch oxischen Grundwasserleiter durch Stimulation anaerober dehalogenierender Bakterien. Grundwasser, 1-13.

Buchner, D., Jin, B., Ebert, K., Rolle, M., Elsner, M., and Haderlein, S.B. (2017) Experimental Determination of Isotope Enrichment Factors - Bias from Mass Removal by Repetitive Sampling. Environ. Sci. Technol. 51: 1527–1536.

Buchner, D., Behrens, S., Laskov, C., and Haderlein, S.B. (2015) Resiliency of Stable Isotope Fractionation (δ13C and δ37Cl) of Trichloroethene to Bacterial Growth Physiology and Expression of Key Enzymes. Environ. Sci. Technol. 49: 13230–13237.

Cretnik, S., Thoreson, K.A., Bernstein, A., Ebert, K., Buchner, D., Laskov, C., et al. (2013) Reductive dechlorination of TCE by chemical model systems in comparison to dehalogenating bacteria: Insights from dual element isotope analysis (13C/12C,37Cl/35Cl). Environ. Sci. Technol. 47: 6855–6863.

Buchner, D., Loganathan, M., Behrens, S., Laskov, C., Schoendorf, T., and Haderlein, S. (2011) Enhanced natural attenuation - determining the potential for reductive dechlorination in an oxic aquifer. IAHS-AISH Publ. 283–286.

 

Peer reviewing

Since 2017: Environmental Science & Technology

Since 2013: Journal of Contaminant Hydrology

 

Teaching

Project seminar Environmental Chemistry: Contaminant degradation - Processes, verification, case studies (BSc, 6 ECTS)

Environmental isotope chemistry of organic compounds (MSc, 3 ECTS)

Aquatic & Environmental Chemistry II - Lab Course (MSc, 6 ECTS)