Dr. Clarissa Glaser

Post- Doc

Research Focus

  • Radon (222Rn) as natural water tracer to study hydrological processes
  • Connection between groundwater and surface water
  • Coupling between water fluxes and biogeochemical reactions in streams, rivers, catchments and at the land-sea interface
  • Dynamic nature of water and chemical fluxes in response to storm events


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Dr. Clarissa Glaser


Meckenheimer Allee 172

53115 Bonn

Mailing address:

Meckenheimer Allee 166

53115 Bonn

+49 228 73 5390


 An overview of current and past courses can be found under teaching.

Meetings can be arranged via Mail.


  • 2021: Selected fellow in the 'Athene Program' for early female career researchers at the University of Tübingen (2022-2023)
  • 2019: Financial support from the DAAD (‘Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst’; DAAD Rise Program). Supervision of an intern from the USA within the frame of the CRC ‘Campos – Catchments as Reactors’
  • 2018: Research grant for hydrological field studies of the ‘German Hydrological Association’ (Deutsche Hydrologische Gesellschaft)
  • as of 2022: PostDoc

Research group: Hydrology (Universität Bonn)

  • 2021-2022: PostDoc

Research group: Environmental Systems Analysis (University of Tübingen, Germany)

  • 2017-2020: PhD Student

Project ‘Rivers’ in the CRC ‘Campos – Catchments as Reactors’
Research groups: Environmental Systems Analysis and Hydrogeochemistry (University of Tübingen, Germany)

  • 2014 - 2016: MSc Geoecology

Research group master thesis: Department of Hydrology, Bayreuth Center of Ecology and Environmental Research (University of Bayreuth, Germany)

  • 2014- 2016:Postgraduate studies  Environmental Law (University of Bayreuth, Germany)
  • 2012- 2014: BSc. Geoecology

Research group bachelor thesis: Department of Soil Ecology, Bayreuth Center of Ecology and Environmental Research (University of Bayreuth, Germany)

  • 2010-2012: BSc. Geosciences (Kiel University, Germany)


Swabian MOSES 2021: An interdisciplinary field campaign for investigating convective storms and their event chains

Kunz, M., Abbas, S. S., Bauckholt, M., Böhmländer, A., Feuerle, T., Gasch, P., Glaser, C., Groß, J., Hajnsek, I., Handwerker, J., Hase, F., Khordakova, D., Knippertz, P., Kohler, M., Lange, D., Latt, M., Laube, J., Martin, L., Mauder, M., Möhler, O., Mohr, S., Reitter, R. W., Rettenmeier, A., Rolf, C., Saathoff, H., Schrön, M., Schütze, C., Spahr, S., Späth, F., Vogel, F., Völksch, I., Weber, U., Wieser, A., Wilhelm, J., Zhang, H., Dietrich, P. (2022)

Frontiers in Earth Science 10 (999593). doi.org/10.3389/feart.2022.999593

Modeling the Dynamics of Mixture Toxicity and Effects of Organic Micropollutants in a Small River under Unsteady Flow Conditions

Wei, R., Escher, B. I., Glaser, C., König, M., Schlichting, R., Schmitt, M., Störiko, A., Viswanathan, M., Zarfl, C.(2022)

Environmental Science and Technology. doi.org/10.1021/acs.est.2c02824

Groundwater-surface water exchange and hydrologic turnover as key controls for in-stream and groundwater nitrate concentrations in first-order agricultural stream catchments

Jiménez Fernández, Ó., Schwientek, M., Osenbrück, K., Glaser, C., Schmidt, C., Fleckenstein, J. (2022)

1.    Hydrological Processes 36(2). doi.org/10.1002/hyp.14507

A full list of all peer reviewed publications can be found below to download.

An overview of all publications can also be found on Google Scholar.

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