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CV Wolfgang Gossel

Dr. Wolfgang Gossel

Martin Luther University Halle
Faculty of Geosciences
von-Seckendorff-Platz 3
D-06120 Halle/Saale Germany

Office: +49 (0) 345 55 26 136, Fax: +49 (0) 345 55 27 177

Professional Profile:
since 2002 Senior scientist Hydrogeology and Environmental Geology Martin Luther University Halle
2000-2002 Hydrogeologist at the Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources (BGR)
1992-2000 Senior geologist at WASY Ltd.


Habilitation (venia legendi applied geology): 2008 at the Martin Luther University Halle, Faculty of Natural Sciences III. "Interfaces in coupling of hydrogeological modelling systems" (in German).
Doctor of Natural Sciences: 1999 at the Freie Universität Berlin, Department of Earth Sciences. “Hydrogeology and groundwater balance of anthropogenic less influenced groundwater catchment areas in Berlin” (in German).
Diploma of Geology: 1990 at the RWTH Aachen University, Faculty of Georesources. “Hydrogeological and hydrochemical investigations of the former industrial area of Konz-city” (in German).

Academic work:
Senior Research Assistant: Numerical groundwater modeling in regional and large scale, GIS applications, hydrogeological mapping, organic hydrochemistry, human impact on groundwater, interfaces of numerical groundwater modeling and geological modeling tools, field methods.
Hydrogeologist at the BGR: Impact of explosives on a military training area to groundwater, groundwater monitoring, numerical groundwater modeling, hydrogeological mapping, time series analysis.
Senior geologist at WASY Ltd.: Geological models as a database for numerical groundwater models, hydrologic

Dr. Wolfgang Gossel

Dr. Wolfgang Gossel

water balances, groundwater survey, hydrologic cycle modeling in urban areas, assessment of human impact on the environment.

Selected English papers:
Gossel, W., & Ebraheem, A.M., & Wycisk, P. (2004b): A very large scale GIS based groundwater flow model for the Nubian sandstone aquifer system in Eastern Sahara (Egypt, Northern Sudan and Eastern Libya).- Hydrogeology Journal 12 (6): 698-713.
Gossel, W., & Ebraheem, A.M., & Wycisk, P. (2004a): A large scale groundwater flow model of the Nubian Sandstone Aquifer (Eastern Sahara).- In: Kovar, K. & Hrkal, Z., & Bruthans, J. [ed.]: International Conference on Finite Element Models, MODFLOW, and More: Solving Groundwater Problems. Karlovy-Vary; 357-360.
Gossel, W. & Herfert, J, & Chowanietz, U., & Hermel, U., (1999): Sustainable groundwater management for the Berlin region.- In: Chilton, J. [ed.]: Groundwater in the urban environment. Rotterdam; 139-143.
Gossel, W., & Krampe, K.D.W., & Langkutsch, U., & Schwamm, G. (2001): Complex groundwater monitoring in a military training area.- In: Seiler, P., & Wohnlich, S. [ed.]: New approaches characterizing groundwater flow. Munich; 335-338.
Winter, P., & Gossel, W. (2001): Map Hydrogeology of Germany.- In: Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety [ed.]: Hydrological Atlas of Germany. Bonn, Berlin; 47-50.

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