Vadose Zone Hydrogeophysics
Hydrogeophysics deals with the use of geophysical measurements for estimating parameters and monitoring processes that are important to hydrological studies. In this research topic, the focus is on the study of vadose zone processes using geophysical methods, with a strong focus on geoelectrical methods such as electrical resistivity tomography, spectral induced polarization, electrical impedance tomography and self-potential measurements.
Current and recently finished projects:
- A coupled inversion approach to use geophysical measurements in hydrological models
- Spectral induced polarization of biochar
- Spectral induced polarization of biofilm development in porous media
- Field evaluation of surface and borehole electrical impedance tomography
- Imaging subsurface structures using electromagnetic induction measurements