Dr. Christian Noss

Wissenschaftler (Umweltphysik)
environmental fluid dynamics
Kontakt
+49 (0)6341 280-31572
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Research Interests

  • Environmental physics
  • Open channel hydraulics
  • Mixing in rivers

Current Research Projects

  • Dispersion in creeks and natural flows
  • Secondary currents and shear stress in rivers
  • OxyFlux: Oxygen dynamics in managed rivers
  • INTERNANO: Environmental fate of engineered nanopartciles
  • BioMixing: Turbulence and Mixing processes of aquatic fauna

Teaching

  • Environmental Physics

Academic and Professional History

 

  • Postdoctoral Research Fellow (since 2009):
    Institute for Environmental Science, University of Landau
  • Hydraulic Engineer (2008-2009):
    BWS GmbH, Hamburg
  • PhD Environmental Engineering (2004-2008):
    Institute for Environmental Engineering, University of Rostock
  • Studies in Land Management and Environmental Protection (1998-2003)
    Faculty for Agricultural and Environmental Science, University of Rostock

Publications

Noss, C., T. Salzmann, and I. Storchenegger (2010), Turbulent and advective momentum fluxes in streams, Water Resour. Res., 46, W12518, doi:10.1029/2010WR009297.

Noss, C. and Lorke, A. (2012), Zooplankton induced currents and fluxes in stratified waters, Water Quality Research Journal of Canada 47: 276-286.

Noss, C., Lorke, A. and Niehaus, E. (2013), Three-dimensional tracking of multiple aquatic organisms with a two camera system. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods 11: 139-150.

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