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Garvelmann, Jakob

Scientific Employee

Dipl. Hydrologist

Chair of Hydrology
Albert-Ludwigs-University of Freiburg
Fahnenbergplatz
D-79098 Freiburg

Fon: +49 (0)761 - 203 3528
Fax: +49 (0)761 - 203 3594
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Room-No: 01.025

Jakob Garvelmann

 

Scientific Employee/PhD-Student in the DFG-Project:

Field Observations and Modelling of Spatial and Temporal Variability of Processes Controlling Basin Runoff During Rain on Snow Events

 

Research Interests

  • Snowhydrology
  • Runoff Generation Processes
  • Experimental Hydrology
  • Stable Isotope Hydrology

 

Education

since 01/2011
 
Scientific Employee/PhD-Student at the Chair / Institute of Hydrology Freiburg,
Topic of the Dissertation: Vegetation influences on snow processes (preliminary)
05/2010 - 01/2011
 
Scientific Assistant at the Institute of Hydrology Freiburg: Development and mentoring of a eLearning Plattform (moodle)
10/2004 - 03/2010Diploma in Hydrology at the Albert-Ludwigs-University of Freiburg
Topic of the Thesis: The Characteristic Length Scale of Stable Isotope Variation in Catchments
2008Internship at McDonnell´s Hillslope and Watershed Hydrology Lab, Oregon State University, USA

 

 

Awards

Posteraward for the most innovative study received from the German Hydrological Society 2012

 

Publications

Garvelmann, J., Külls, C., and Weiler, M. (2012): A porewater-based stable isotope approach for the investigation of subsurface hydrological processes, Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 16, 631-640
 
Garvelmann, J., Pohl, S., and Weiler, M. (2013): From observation to the quantification of snow processes with a time-lapse camera network, Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 17, 1415-1429. doi:10.5194/hess-17-1415-2013, 2013

Pohl, S., Garvelmann, J., Wawerla, J. and Weiler, M. (2013): Potential of an innovative low cost sensor network to understand the spatial and temporal dynamics of a mountain snow cover, Water Resources Research, in press

Garvelmann, J., Pohl, S. and Weiler, M. (2013): Variability of observed energy fluxes during rain-on-snow and clear sky snowmelt in a mid-latitude mountain environment, Journal of Hydrometeorology, in press

 

 

Conferences

Pohl, S., Stöckl, L., Garvelmann, J. and Weiler, M. (2011): Detailed spatial and temporal observations of snow covers in mountainous watersheds using numerous low-cost standalone sensors,
presented at European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2011, Vienna, Austria
Garvelmann, J., Pohl, S. and Weiler M. (2012): The application of time-lapse photography for the observation of snow processes in mountainous catchments,
presented at European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2012, Vienna, Austria
Pohl, S., Garvelmann, J. and Weiler, M. (2012): Observation of the difference in snow cover evolution between open and forested areas,
presented at European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2012, Vienna, Austria
Weiler, M., Pohl, S., Garvelmann, J. and Wawerla, J. (2012):A new low-cost ultrasonic and meteorological sensor for observation of snow hydrological processes,
presented at European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2012, Vienna, Austria
Garvelmann, J., Pohl, S. und Weiler, M. (2012): Potential der Zeitraffer-Fotografie zur Beobachtung der räumlichen Verteilung von Schneedeckeneigenschaften,
präsentiert am Tag der Hydrologie 2012, Freiburg, Deutschland
Pohl, S., Garvelmann, J. und Weiler, M. (2012): Detaillierte Feldbeobachtung der räumlichen und zeitlichen Variabilität der Schneedeckeneigenschaften mit einem Netzwerk aus zahlreichen kostengünstigen Sensoren,
präsentiert am Tag der Hydrologie 2012, Freiburg, Deutschland
Garvelmann, J., Pohl, S. and Weiler, M. (2012): Monitoring of vegetation influences on snow processes in a mid-latitude mountainous environment,
presented at CWRA-CGU National Conference 2012, Banff, Alberta, Canada
Pohl, S., Garvelmann, J. and Weiler, M. (2012): High resolution monitoring of spatial and temporal variability of mountain snow covers,
presented at CWRA-CGU National Conference 2012, Banff, Alberta, Canada
Pohl, S., Garvelmann, J. and Weiler, M. (2012): Observation of Vegetation Influences on Snow Processes using a High Density Monitoring Network
presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2012, San Francisco, USA
Pohl, S., Garvelmann, J. and Weiler, M. (2012): Observing the spatial and temporal evolution of mountain snow covers Using a network of multiple standalone sensors and time-lapse cameras, presented at Alpine Glaciology Meeting 2012, Zürich, Switzerland
Garvelmann, J., Pohl, S. and Weiler M. (2013): Influence of a vegetation cover on the snow melt energy balance measured with a high density snow monitoring station network
presented at European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2013, Vienna, Austria
Pohl, S., Garvelmann, J., and Weiler M. (2013): Monitoring the spatial and temporal variability of snow cover properties using a network of standalone sensors and time-lapse cameras
presented at European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2013, Vienna, Austria
 Garvelmann, J., Pohl, S. und Weiler, M. (2013): Measuring the snow melt energy balance during rain-on-snow with a high density snow monitoring station network presented at Davos Atmosphere and Cryoshere Assembly (DACA) 2013, Davos, Schweiz
Pohl, S., Garvelmann, J. and Weiler, M. (2013): Observing the temporal and spatial variability of a mountain snow cover with a network of individual snow monitoring sensors presented at Davos Atmosphere and Cryoshere Assembly (DACA) 2013, Davos, Schweiz

Garvelmann, J., Pohl, S. and Weiler, M. (2013): Comparing the observed differences in snowmelt energy fluxes during rain-on-snow and clear sky at numerous open and forested sites, presented at American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting 2013, San Francisco, California, USA

Garvelmann, J., Pohl, S. and Weiler, M. (2014): Observed snowmelt energetics and runoff generation during rain-on-snow, presented at Alpine Glaciology Meeting 2014, Innsbruck, Austria

Pohl, S., Garvelmann, J. and Weiler, M. (2014): An innovative network to monitor spatial and temporal variability in snow accumulation and melt, presented at Alpine Glaciology Meeting 2014, Innsbruck, Austria

 

Member of the Graduate School "Environment, Society and Global Change" (ESGC)

 

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