3rd of June 2014
Eriona Canga, Aarhus University, Department of Agroecology is defending her PHD Thesis with the title “Hydro-geochemical processes affecting phosphorus retention coarse granular drainage filters. Hydraulic conductivity, solute transport and phophate retention.
The PhD defense will take place the 3rd of June 2014 at Department of Agroecology, Aarhus University Research Centre Foulum.
The members of the assessment committee will include Dr. Wim Chardon, Alterra Wageningen and Professor Dr. Bernd Lennartz, Rostock University.
The PhD Thesis include three supporting peer review papers and a co-authored paper:
E. Canga, B. V. Iversen, C. Kjærgaard (2014). A simplified transfer function for estimating saturated hydraulic conductivity of porous drainage filters. Water Air and Soil Pollution. 225: 1794. DOI 10.107/s11270-013-1794-8.
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E. Canga, C. Kjærgaard, B. V. Iversen, G. Heckrath (2014). Tritium Transport in Porous Drainage Filters: Influence of Filter Hydro-physical Propertes and Flow Rate. Water Resource Research, submitted.
E. Canga, C. Kjærgaard, G. Heckrath (2014). Hydrogeochemical Processes Affecting Phosphorus Retention in Coarse Granular Drainage Water Filters. Water Resource Research, submitted.
R. R. Andreasen, E. Canga, C. Kjaergaard, B. V. Iversen. T. G. Poulsen (2013). Relating Water and Air Flow Characteristics in Coarse Granular Materials. Water Air Soil Pollution. 224: 1469. DOI 10.1007/s11270-013-1469-5.