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  • GEUS
    Top speed 100 km h Sensors installed Light weight material soft impact landing You are here Home Organisations GEUS Courses Surface ground water interaction From watershed processes to hyporheic exchange 27 06 2016 9 00 am Geocenter Undervisningslokale 14 Area 4 5th International COSMOS Workshop 22 08 2016 8 00 am Forest and Landscape College Airborne Campaigns Weather Radar Models Soil Moisture Network Remote Sensing Geophysics Isotopes Cosmic ray Greenhouse Gasses GEUS The Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland GEUS is a research and advisory institution in the Ministry of Environment GEUS is together with the University of Copenhagen and the University of Copenhagen part of Geocenter Denmark The work fields of GEUS geoscientific studies research consultancy and geological mapping primarily covers Denmark and Denmark GEUS has a total staff of about 300 The water resources group has a staff of about 80 including 3 professors and 50 other scientific staff In addition to its advisory role to the ministry local authorities and the water industry GEUS water resources group is strongly involved in national and European research projects The group has coordinated two EU research projects completed in 2006 and participates at WP leader level in several ongoing projects

    Original URL path: http://www.hobe.dk/index.php/organisationer/geus (2016-05-02)
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  • Aarhus University
    is part of the new Faculty of Agricultural Sciences previously DIAS Danish Institute of Agricultural Sciences The department has research activities within the fields of crop physiology crop rotation climate and climate change transformation and transport processes in soil soil quality and mapping of vegetation and soil resources Also analyses at a regional and farm level including farm management and decision support are made The research group Crop Production focuses on the interaction between soil plants and climate with the objective of developing sustainable agricultural cropping systems Simulation models are developed for description of crop production and nutrient cycling at the field level Farm level models are used for quantifying nutrient losses from agriculture and for assessment of the impact of climate change on agriculture The research group Soil Physics and Chemistry focuses on hydrological factors and processes of soils and their interaction with plant production and the environment Investigations of soil structure soil compaction heterogeneous surface transport processes and water flow and transport of soluble and colloid bound compounds through the root zone are carried out Facilities and resources The department has several laboratories supporting a wide variety of physical soil measurements pore distribution soil stability hydraulic and thermal properties soil and water chemistry and microbiology The department has large scale experimental research facilities including a semi field area comprising lysimeters a test vessel facility climate chambers and a classified greenhouse The department also has equipment and expertise in field scale measurements of soil water content mobile TDR instrument soil electrical conductivity EM38 sensor and plant state variables using mobile optical sensors The department has gathered a number of nationwide soil databases covering landscape elements profile descriptions and hydraulic properties Department of Geoscience The hydrogeophyscis group HGG at the department consist of 3 faculty members 2 post docs 6

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  • Technical University of Denmark
    Isotopes and hydrological fluxes Data Live Data Contact Staff HOBE s UAV Test flights at HOBE s agricultural site at Voulund UAV equipped with several cameras UAV weight 4 kg Top speed 100 km h Sensors installed Light weight material soft impact landing You are here Home Organisations Technical University of Denmark Courses Surface ground water interaction From watershed processes to hyporheic exchange 27 06 2016 9 00 am Geocenter Undervisningslokale 14 Area 4 5th International COSMOS Workshop 22 08 2016 8 00 am Forest and Landscape College Airborne Campaigns Weather Radar Models Soil Moisture Network Remote Sensing Geophysics Isotopes Cosmic ray Greenhouse Gasses Technical University of Denmark DTU Space The remote sensing group of the institute consists of 3 faculty members 4 research associates 4 research assistants plus technician and secretarial support The research activities comprise design and development of microwave remote sensing equipment such as radars and radiometers for air and spaceborne use the use of such instruments in campaigns analysis and interpretation of the acquired remote sensing data general research in methods for remote sensing data analysis and interpretation Facilities and resources Relevant in the present context comprises an airborne L band polarimetric radiometer system developed for

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  • International relationships
    equipped with several cameras UAV weight 4 kg Top speed 100 km h Sensors installed Light weight material soft impact landing You are here Home Organisations International relationships Courses Surface ground water interaction From watershed processes to hyporheic exchange 27 06 2016 9 00 am Geocenter Undervisningslokale 14 Area 4 5th International COSMOS Workshop 22 08 2016 8 00 am Forest and Landscape College Airborne Campaigns Weather Radar Models Soil Moisture Network Remote Sensing Geophysics Isotopes Cosmic ray Greenhouse Gasses International relationships HOBE has via University of Copenhagen become a formal member of the Consortium of Universities for the Advancement of Hydrologic Science CUAHSI This organization represents more than one hundred United States universities and receives support from the National Science Foundation NSF to develop infrastructure and services for the advancement of hydrologic science and education CUAHSI is promoting the establishment hydrological observatories and critical zone observatories and issue recommendations for accurate and precise measurements of hydrological fluxes using recent advances in environmental sensors HOBE receives via this membership invitations to workshops and cyber seminars and has been asked to present its research activities at the first Biennial Colloquium HOBE collaborates closely with the German Terrestrial Environmental Observatory TERENO This

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  • Advisory Board
    Groundwater Dynamics WP6 Greenhouse Gasses WP7 Integrated Modeling WP8 Data Center WP9 Management Education WP10 Isotopes and hydrological fluxes Data Live Data Contact Staff HOBE s UAV Test flights at HOBE s agricultural site at Voulund UAV equipped with several cameras UAV weight 4 kg Top speed 100 km h Sensors installed Light weight material soft impact landing You are here Home Advisory Board Courses Surface ground water interaction From watershed processes to hyporheic exchange 27 06 2016 9 00 am Geocenter Undervisningslokale 14 Area 4 5th International COSMOS Workshop 22 08 2016 8 00 am Forest and Landscape College Airborne Campaigns Weather Radar Models Soil Moisture Network Remote Sensing Geophysics Isotopes Cosmic ray Greenhouse Gasses Advisory Board Tissa Illangasekare PHD Professor Colorado School of Mines Phone 1 303 384 2126 This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it Homepage Andrew Binley PHD Professor Lancaster University Phone 44 0 1524 593927 This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it Homepage Harry Vereecken PHD Professor Forschungszentrum Jülich Phone 49 2461 61 4570 This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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  • Field Sites
    Data Contact Staff HOBE s UAV Test flights at HOBE s agricultural site at Voulund UAV equipped with several cameras UAV weight 4 kg Top speed 100 km h Sensors installed Light weight material soft impact landing You are here Home Field Sites Courses Surface ground water interaction From watershed processes to hyporheic exchange 27 06 2016 9 00 am Geocenter Undervisningslokale 14 Area 4 5th International COSMOS Workshop 22

    Original URL path: http://www.hobe.dk/index.php/feltstationer (2016-05-02)
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  • Agricultural Site
    6 m and 12 m elevation 10 Hz 30 min average 4 Air temperature and relative humidity Rotronic HS2 HMP 45 C located approx halfway up the mast automatic 10 min average 5 Soil temperature Sensors placed in the depths of 5cm 10cm and 20cm automatic 10 min average 6 Soil heat flux Hukseflux plates at 5 cm depth automatic 10 min average Fluxes in database 1 Water vapour and CO2 Li Cor LI 7500 open path CO2 H2O sensor placed on the mast in an elevation of 6 m automatic 10 Hz 30 min average Li Cor LI 7000 closed path tube inlet placed at 6 m automatic 10 Hz 30 min average LiCor LI 7500 open path CO2 H2O sensor placed on the mast in an elevation of 12 m automatic 10 Hz 30 min average 2 N2O flux Los Gatos Research N2O CO 23d Analyzer Tube inlet placed on the mast in an elevation of 6 m automatic 10 Hz 30 min average Measurements not in database yet Presently not installed Vacuum pump Presently not installed Regional Decagon sensors in the database Wireless soil moisture network 32 loggers EM50 are in place in the surrounding area Logger data might have to be collected manually and not wirelessly A line of sight is required for wireless transmission Local Decagon sensors in the database 10 Decagon sensors 5TE to be installed at 5 cm depth 20 Decagon sensors 5TE to be installed at depth Decagon 5TE sensors 3 at 10 cm depth 3 at 20 cm depth 3 at 30 cm depth 3 at 40 cm depth 3 at 50 cm depth 2 at 75 cm depth 4 at 1 m depth 4 at 2 m depth 4 at 3 m depth 4 at 4 m depth TDR probes not in the database TDR probes 4 Standard STD 50 cm long electrode probes from 0 50 cm 4 STD probes from 75 to 125 cm 4 rod TDR probes from 75 125 cm depth 4 rod TDR probes from 175 225 cm depth 4 rod TDR probes from 275 325 cm depth 4 rod TDR probes from 375 425 cm depth Lysimeters 60 210 cm depth in database Lysimeters including TDR system with 36 probes 9 one meter long probes in each lysimeter automatic Campbell datalogger TDR well with 4 tipping buckets manual download of data internet connection power light and electrical heating Hydrogeophysics not in database 1 Water content Cross borehole ground penetrating radar 4 x 6m PVC tubes manual Access tubes for neutron logging 2 m and 6 m 2 Bulk resistivity Cross borehole electrical resistance tomography 5 x 6m PVC tubes with 24 electrodes placed every 25cm manual 12 surface electrodes at 25 cm depth 3 Temperature profiles Well equipped with logging system 4 Decagon sensors 17 5TE sensors max depth 3 m 6 MPS 1 sensors max depth 3 m 5 Soil Water Sampling 6 suction cups at 1m 2m 2 40m 3 40m 4

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  • Forest Site
    m 15 m 30 m automatic 10 min average 3 Wind direction Gill ultrasonic anemometer at 38 m measuring interval 0 60 m sec automatic 10 Hz 30 min average 4 Air temperature and humidity HMP 45 C located on the mast at 15m and 30 m automatic 10 min average 5 Soil temperature Sensors placed in the depths of 5cm 10cm and 20cm automatic 10 min average 6 Soil heat flux Hukseflux plates at 5 cm depth automatic 10 min average Fluxes not in database Water vapour and CO2 Li Cor LI 7500 open path sensor placed on the mast in an elevation of 38 m automatic 10 Hz 30 min average Soil moisture not in database TDR system Probe 21 25 6cm 9cm probe length 0 5m installed horizontally Probe 16 20 0m 0 2m probe length 0 2m installed vertically Probe 11 15 0m 0 5m probe length 0 5m installed vertically Probe 6 10 0m 1m probe length 1m installed vertically Probe 1 5 1m 2m probe length 1m installed vertically 10 Decagon sensors 5TE at 5 cm depth logging every 30 min connected to datalogger 2 temperature profiles in the unsaturated zone 24 sensors Continuous logging Suction not in database 10 Decagon tensiometers 2 probes in each 10 20 30 40 and 50 cm depth Decagons sensors not in database 15 Decagon sensors 5TE installed Decagon sensors 5TE Water table not yet in database Two pipes established with pressure sensors Soil parameters not yet in database Retention characteristics 5 soil samples in each of 3 depth intervals down to 80cm Lab analysis completed Soil hydraulic conductivity 5 soil columns in each of 3 depth intervals down to 80 cm Lab analyses partly completed Other installations Container with power and lighting Lightning protection mast has been

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