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Dr. Matthias Zink

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter
beim Internationalen Zentrum für Wasserressourcen und Globalen Wandel (UNESCO)

Kontakt:
Bundesanstalt für Gewässerkunde
Postfach 200253
56002 Koblenz, Deutschland

Telefon: +49 (0) 261 1306 5890
Email:

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Aufgabenbereich

  • Koordination der Aktivitäten des International Soil Moisture Network (ISMN)
  • Representation des ISMN in internationalen Komitees und Arbeitsgruppen
  • Datenakquise und user support
  • Unterstützung und Sicherstellung des operationellen Betriebs des ISMN

Wissenschaftliche Interessen

  • Monitoring und Vorhersage von Wasserflüssen
  • Abschätzung, Analyse und Vorhersage hydrologischer Extremereignisse
  • Unsicherheiten in umweltbezogenem Monitoring und Vorhersagen

Technische Interessen

  • Design und Betrieb operationeller Systeme
  • High Performance Computing und Big Data
  • Umweltdatenverarbeitung in seinen verschiedenen Formaten (GRIB, BUFR, NetCDF, HDF)

Betreuung

Mitbetreuung verschiedener Masterarbeiten am Helmholtz Zentrum für Umweltforschung (UFZ).

Seit 03|2022 Wissenschaftler und Koordinator des International Soil Moisture Network (ISMN) am International Centre for Water Resources and Climate Change (ICWRGC), Koblenz, Deutschland

09|2017 – 02|2022 Daten- und Produktionsanalyst am European Centre for Medium Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF), Reading, VK

06|2016 – 07|2017 Postdoc am Helmholtz Zentrum für Umweltforschung – UFZ, Leipzig, Deutschland

01|2011 – 05|2016 Wissenschaftler am Helmholtz Zentrum für Umweltforschung – UFZ, Leipzig, Deutschland

05|2010 – 12|2010 Wissenschaftliche Hilfskraft am Helmholtz Zentrum für Umweltforschung – UFZ, Leipzig, Deutschland

10|2003 – 05|2010 Hydrologiestudium, Technische Universität Dresden, Deutschland

Akademische Abschlüsse

09|2016 Doctor rerum naturalium; Soil Moisture Droughts in Germany: Retrospective Analysis, Parametric Uncertainty and Monitoring; Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Deutschland

05|2010 Diplom-Hydrologe, A study on different model approaches for physically based overland flow modelling, Technische Universität Dresden, Deutschland

Publikationen

AGU Editors‘ Highlights: M. Zink, J. Mai, M. Cuntz, L. Samaniego (2018): Conditioning a Hydrologic Model Using Patterns of Remotely Sensed Land Surface Temperature. Water Resources Research

X. Yang, S. Jomaa, M. Zink, J.H. Fleckenstein, D. Borchardt, and M. Rode (2018): A New Fully Distributed Model of Nitrate Transport and Removal at Catchment Scale. Water Resources Research

L. Tarasova, S. Basso, M. Zink, and R. Merz (2018): Exploring controls on rainfall-runoff events: 1. Time-series-based event separation and temporal dynamics of event runoff response in Germany. Water Resources Research

S.R. Lutz, A. Popp, T. van Emmerik, …, and M. Zink (2018): HESS Opinions: Science in today’s media landscape – challenges and lessons from hydrologists and journalists. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences

S.R. Lutz, R. Krieg, C. Müller, M. Zink, K. Knöller, L. Samaniego, and R. Merz (2018): Spatial Patterns of Water Age: Using Young Water Fractions to Improve the Characterization of Transit Times in Contrasting Catchments. Water Resources Research

M. Jing, F. Heße, R. Kumar, W. Wang, T. Fischer, M. Walther, M. Zink, A. Zech, L. Samaniego, O. Kolditz, and S. Attinger (2018): Improved regional-scale groundwater representation by the coupling of the mesoscale Hydrologic Model (mHM v5.7) to the groundwater model OpenGeoSys (OGS). Geoscientific Model Development

L. Samaniego, S. Thober, R. Kumar, N. Wanders, O. Rakovec, M. Pan, M. Zink, J. Shef?eld, E.F. Wood, A. Marx (2018): Anthropogenic warming exacerbates European soil moisture droughts. Nature Climate Change

S. Thober, R. Kumar, N. Wanders, A. Marx, M. Pan, O. Rakovec, L. Samaniego, J. Sheffield, E. F. Wood, and M. Zink (2018): Multi-model ensemble projections of European river floods and high flows at 1.5, 2, and 3 degree global warming. Environmental Research Letters

A. Marx, R. Kumar, S. Thober, O. Rakovec, N. Wanders, M. Zink, E. F. Wood, M. Pan,  J. Sheffield, L. Samaniego (2018). Climate change alters low flows in Europe under global warming of 1.5, 2, and 3 °C. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences

J. Friesen, M. Zink, A. Bawain, T. Müller (2018): Hydrometeorology of the Dhofar cloud forest and its implications for groundwater recharge. Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies

L. Samaniego, R. Kumar, S. Thober, O. Rakovec, M. Zink, N. Wanders, S. Eisner, H. Müller Schmied, E .H. Sutanudjaja, K. Warrach-Sagi, and S. Attinger (2017): Toward seamless hydrologic predictions across spatial scales. Hydrology Earth System Sciences

G. Baroni, M. Zink, R. Kumar, L. Samaniego, and S. Attinger (2017): On the effect of the uncertainty in soil properties on the simulated hydrological state and fluxes at different spatio-temporal scales. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences

M. Zink, R. Kumar, M. Cuntz, and L. Samaniego (2017): A high-resolution dataset of water fluxes and states for Germany accounting for parametric uncertainty. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences

F. Heße, M. Zink, R. Kumar, L. Samaniego, and S. Attinger (2017): Spatially distributed characterization of soil-moisture dynamics using travel-time distributions. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences

U. Wollschläger, S. Attinger, D. Borchardt, … , M. Zink, S. Zacharias (2017): The Bode hydrological observatory: a platform for integrated, interdisciplinary hydro-ecological research within the TERENO Harz/Central German Lowland Observatory. Environmental Earth Sciences

C. Mueller, M. Zink, L. Samaniego, R. Krieg, R. Merz, M. Rode, K. Knoeller (2016): Discharge driven nitrogen dynamics in a mesoscale river basin as constrained by stable isotope patterns. Environmental Science & Technology

M. Zink, L. Samaniego, R. Kumar, S. Thober, J. Mai, D. Schäfer, A Marx (2016): The German Drought Monitor. Environmental Research Letters

R.C. Nijzink, L. Samaniego, J. Mai, R. Kumar, S. Thober, M. Zink, D. Schaefer, H.H.G. Savenije, M. Hrachowitz (2016): The importance of topography controlled sub-grid process heterogeneity and semi-quantitative prior constraints in distributed hydrological models. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences

O. Rakovec, R. Kumar, J. Mai, M. Cuntz, S. Thober, M. Zink, S. Attinger, D. Schäfer, M. Schrön, L. Samaniego (2016): Multiscale and multivariate evaluation of water fluxes and states over European river basins. Journal of Hydrometeorology

M. Cuntz, J. Mai, M. Zink, … , L. Samaniego (2015): Computationally inexpensive identification of noninformative model parameters by sequential screening. Water Resources Research

S. Thober, J. Mai, M. Zink, L. Samaniego (2014): Stochastic temporal disaggregation of monthly precipitation for regional gridded data sets. Water Resources Research

L. Samaniego, R. Kumar, and M. Zink (2013): Implications of Parameter Uncertainty on Soil Moisture Drought Analysis in Germany. Journal of Hydrometeorology

Bücher, Buchkapitel und andere Publikationen

M. Zink, M. Plumridge (2020): The new capabilities of ECMWF’s product dissemination system, ECMWF Newsletter.

M.Zink, L. Samaniego, R. Kumar, S. Thober, J. Mai, D. Schäfer, A. Marx (2018): A National Scale Planning Tool for Agricultural Droughts in Germany. In Advances in Chemical Pollution, Environmental Management and Protection.

Marx, M. Erhard, S. Thober, R. Kumar, D. Schäfer ,L.  Samaniego, & M. Zink (2019): Climate Change as Driver for Ecosystem Services Risk and Opportunities. In Atlas of Ecosystem Services. Springer International Publishing.

M. Zink (2016): Soil Moisture Droughts in Germany: Retrospective Analysis, Parametric Uncertainty and Monitoring. Verlag Dr. Hut.

Marx, R. Treffeisen, K. Grosfeld, W. Hiller, G. Heygster, L .Samaniego, R. Kumar, J. Pommerencke, M. Zink (2017): Wissenschaftliche Information für die Anwendung. In Klimaanpassung in Forschung und Politik. Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden.

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Tunde Olarinoye

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter
beim Internationalen Zentrum für Wasserressourcen und Globalen Wandel (UNESCO)

Kontakt:
Bundesanstalt für Gewässerkunde
Postfach 200253
56002 Koblenz, Deutschland

Telefon: +49 (0) 261 1306 5099
Email:

Forschung

  • Großdatenanalyse und -management
  • Hydrologische Modellierung
  • Folgenabschätzung von Grundwasserveränderungen und globalem Wandel
  • Maschinelles Lernen – Anwendungen in der Hydrologie

Aufgabenbereich

  • Datenerfassung und Entwicklung von Bodenfeuchte-Datenprodukten
  • Public Relations und Frontend-Entwicklung für das International Soil Moisture Network (ISMN)

Andere Funktionen

2022 – Miteinberufung einer Sitzung bei der EGU Wien mit dem Titel “Large-sample hydrology: characterising and understanding hydrological diversity and catchment organisation”.

2019 – Mitglied des Organisationsteams beim 46. Kongress der International Association of Hydrogeologists (IAH) in Malaga, Spanien

Forschungserfahrung

2018 – 2021: Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter, Lehrstuhl für Hydrologische Modellierung und Wasserressourcen, Universität Freiburg

2017 – 2018: Graduierter Forscher, T-Group, UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education, Delft, Niederlande

2016: Forschungspraktikant, Deltares, Utrecht, Niederlande

Akademischer Lebenslauf

Seit 2018: Promotion in Hydrologie an der Universität Freiburg

Titel: Unravelling the hydrodynamic behaviour of karst aquifer systems through comparative hydrology.

2015 – 2017: Master of Science in Water Science and Engineering, UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education, Delft, Niederlande – Gemeinsames Masterprogramm von Erasmus Mundus

Abschlussarbeit: Assessing impacts of urbanisation and climate change on present and future water availability in Arusha, Tanzania.

2015 – 2017: Master of Science in Umwelttechnik, Instituto Superior Técnico, Lissabon, Portugal – Gemeinsames Masterprogramm von Erasmus Mundus

2015 – 2017: Master of Science, Hydro-Science and Engineering, Technische Universität Dresden, Gemeinsames Masterprogramm von Erasmus Mundus

2006 – 2011: Bachelor of Science, Agricultural and Environmental Engineering, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Nigeria

Lehre und Betreuung

2018 – 2021: Mitbeaufsichtigung und Betreuung von Bachelor und Master-Studenten am Lehrstuhl für Hydrologische Modellierung und Wasserressourcen, Universität Freiburg.

2021: Gastvortrag: Groundwater adaptation to global change impacts, UN-IHE Institute for Water Education, Niederlande

Veröffentlichungen

Olarinoye, T., Gleeson, T., and Hartmann, A. (in review). Karst spring recession curve analysis: efficient, accurate methods for both fast and slow flow components. Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci. Discuss. [preprint], https://doi.org/10.5194/hess-2021-249

Olarinoye T., Gleeson T., Marx V., et al. (2020). Global karst springs hydrograph dataset for research and management of the world’s fastest-flowing groundwater. Nature Scientific Data, 7:59, https://www.nature.com/articles/s41597-019-0346-5

Hartmann A., Liu Y., Olarinoye T., Berthelin R. and Marx V. (2020). Integrating fieldwork and large-scale modeling to improve assessment of karst water resources. Journal of Hydrogeology, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10040-020-02258-z

Olarinoye T., Foppen J.W., Veerbeek W., Morienyane T. and Komakech H. (2020). Exploring the future impacts of urbanization and climate change on groundwater in Arusha, Tanzania. Water International, https://ddoi.org/10.1080/02508060.2020.1768724

Tagungsbeiträge

Olarinoye T., Boehmer F., Dietrich S., Zink M., Himmelbauer I. The International Soil Moisture Network: supporting and advancing EO research through open source in-situ soil moisture observations. EGU 2022.

Olarinoye T., Gleeson T. and Hartmann A. An automatic recession extraction and parameter estimation method for large-sample karst spring analysis. Interactive presentation AGU Fall meeting 2020 [talk].

Olarinoye T. and Hartmann A. A new approach for automatic extraction of karst conduit and matrix recession coefficients. A workshop on sustainability and community in support of UNESCO science programs; Proceedings for conservation of fragile karst resource. Kentucky, USA, 2020 [talk].

Olarinoye T., Gleeson T., Hartmann A. Applicability of automatic recession extraction methods to a large number of karst spring hydrographs. Conference presentation at the International Karstological School “Classical Karst”. Postojna Slovenia, 2019 [talk].

Olarinoye T., Gleeson T., Hartmann A. Comparative analysis of karst spring hydrograph using automatic recession methods. 46th IAH Congress, Malaga, Spain, 2019 [talk].

Olarinoye T., Gleeson T., Marx V., Hartmann A. The first global database of karst spring discharge observations. EG, Austria, 2019 [talk].

Olarinoye T., Marx V., Hartmann A. Unravelling the hydrodynamic behavior of karst systems through comparative hydrology. Eurokarst conference, Besancon, France, 2018 [talk].

Nogueira G., Olarinoye T., Stigter T., Marc W. Mapping and evolution of hydrochemical water types in Maputo Coastal aquifer. 44th Annual Congress for the International Association of Hydrogeologist, Dubrovnik, Croatia, 2017 [poster].

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