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Past research, summary of main focus areas

Past research covers regional scale, integrated hydrological modelling in various regions of the world with a focus on Southern Germany. These modelling studies were performed within large, interdisciplinary, international consortia comprised of natural and social scientists. We developed integrated models with the aim to evaluate the impact of Global Change on the water cycle (Barthel et al., 2012; Gaiser et al., 2008). Our working group developed groundwater models (Barthel et al., 2005) and models for water supply (Barthel et al., 2010) and decision making (Barthel et al., 2008). One main focus of our research was and is on integration of and within natural and social sciences and research at the regional (or catchment) scale (Barthel, 2014a; Barthel, 2014b).
 

Previous projects (project leader / main applicant Roland Barthel)

2010-2011 SAD: Sickerwasserprognose Sonderabfalldeponie Billigheim

Modelling of seepage water from a hazardous waste deposit (Federal State of Baden Württemberg, Ministry of the Environment)

2007-2010 GLOWA-Danube III Teilprojekt Grundwasser: Grundwasserhaushalt, Grundwasserbewirtschaftung und Human Capacity Building (BMBF)

GLOWA-Danube III: Integrative Techniques, Scenarios and Strategies for the Future of Water in the Upper Danube Basin – sub project groundwater resources and water supply and Human Capacity Building

2004-2007 RIVERTWIN: A Regional Model for Integrated Water Management in Twinned River Basins sub-project groundwater resources (European Community)

2004-2007 GLOWA-Danube II Teilprojekt Grundwasser: Grundwasserhaushalt, Grundwasserbewirtschaftung, Wasserversorgung (BMBF)

GLOWA-Danube II: Integrative Techniques, Scenarios and Strategies for the Future of Water in the Upper Danube Basin – sub-project groundwater resources and water supply

2001-2004 GLOWA-Danube I (Integrative Methoden, Szenarien und Strategien zum Globalen Wandel des Wasserkreislaufes im Einzugsgebiet der Oberen Donau), Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF)

GLOWA-Danube I: Integrative Techniques, Scenarios and Strategies for the Future of Water in the Upper Danube Basin – sub project groundwater resources and water supply – German Ministry of Research and Education, Federal State of Baden Württemberg, University of Stuttgart

1998 - 2000 Erdsondenwärmespeicher Greußenheim, Vorstudie (und Folgeprojekte), Deutsche Bundesstiftung Umwelt (DBU) - mit Zentrum für Angewandte Energieforschung in Bayern (ZAE)

Thermal Underground Heat Storage Greußenheim – funded by the German Foundation for the Environment

1996 - 1999 Potentiale zur Speicherung thermischer Energie im Untergrund Unter-frankens und angrenzender Gebiete unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der offenen Aquiferspeicherung, Deutsche Bundesstiftung Umwelt (DBU)

Site assessment and analysis of the regional potential for heat extraction and heat storage in the shallow subsurface – funded by the German Foundation for the Environment

 

References

Barthel, R., 2014a. A call for more fundamental science in regional hydrogeology. Hydrogeol. J., 22(3): 507-510.
Barthel, R., 2014b. HESS Opinions "Integration of groundwater and surface water research: An interdisciplinary problem?". Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 18(7): 2615-2628.
Barthel, R., Janisch, S., Nickel, D., Trifkovic, A., Hörhan, T., 2010. Using the Multiactor-Approach in Glowa-Danube to Simulate Decisions for the Water Supply Sector Under Conditions of Global Climate Change. Water Resour. Manage., 24(2): 239-275.
Barthel, R. et al., 2008. An integrated modelling framework for simulating regional-scale actor responses to global change in the water domain. Environ. Model. Software, 23(9): 1095-1121.
Barthel, R. et al., 2012. Integrated modeling of global change impacts on agriculture and groundwater resources. Water Resour. Manage., 26(7): 1929-1951.
Barthel, R., Rojanschi, V., Wolf, J., Braun, J., 2005. Large-scale water resources management within the framework of GLOWA-Danube. Part A: The groundwater model. Phys. Chem. Earth, 30(6-7): 372-382.
Gaiser, T. et al., 2008. Development of a regional model for integrated management of water resources at the basin scale. Phys. Chem. Earth, 33(1-2): 175-182.

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