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Arbeitsgruppe Evers

Ökohydrologie und Wasserressourcenmanagement







Am Donnerstag, den 01.Juni 2017 findet das erste Wasserkolloquium statt. In diesem Rahmen wird Herr Kristian Näschen die Ergebnisse seiner Doktorarbeit zum Thema "Applying the Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) to estimate impacts of land use and climate Change on water resources in a data scarce catchment in Tansania" vorstellen. 



Wann:           01. Juni 2017             

                  14:00 bis 16:00 Uhr 


      Wo:           Geographischen Instiut 

                          Meckenheimer Allee 166

    Ü IV (OG)



Bild des Monats Mai 2017 

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The Uros are a pre-Inca ethnic group, who live in 42 artificial floating islands on Lake Titicaca, Peru. These islands are made of totora reeds, which are also consumed and used to build their houses and boats. Uncontrolled pollution in Lake Titicaca is threatening the Uros population as the lake water is commonly consumed without treatment. Furthermore, fishing is one of the main sources of subsistence and fish stocks have recently declined due to pollution.



Prof. Dr. Mariele Evers



Frau Prof. Dr. Mariele Evers
Meckenheimer Allee 166
53115 Bonn
Büro: Meckenheimer Allee 172 (3. Stock)

E-Mail: mariele.evers[at]
Tel.: +49 (0)228 73-3526