6 Works

Geochemical control of hydraulic and mechanical reservoir sandstone properties

Maria Wetzel , Thomas Kempka & Michael Kühn
University of Potsdam, Institute of Geosciences(2);Geochemical processes such as mineral dissolution and precipitation alter the microstructure of rocks, and thereby affect their hydraulic and mechanical behaviour. Quantifying and considering these property changes in reservoir simulations substantially supports risk assessments related to geological subsurface utilization. In our virtual laboratory, 3D pore-scale models of typical reservoir sandstones are applied to determine the effective hydraulic and elastic properties of sandstones. In order to adequately depict characteristic distributions of...

Abschlussbericht zur Evaluation des Q-Masters an der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

Christin Lucksnat, Ingo Fehrmann, Angela Müncher, Detlef Pech & Dirk Richter
Neues Studienangebot Q-Master kann wichtigen Beitrag im Kampf gegen Lehrkräftemangel leisten Seit 2018 können Studierende an der Berliner Humboldt-Universität auch ohne vorangehendes Lehramtsstudium einen Masterstudiengang belegen, der sie für den Quereinstieg in die Lehrtätigkeit an Grundschulen qualifiziert. Eine Forschungskooperation hat das neue Studienangebot über einen längeren Zeitraum evaluiert. Der Auswertung zufolge gewährleistet der Q-Master hohe fachlich-didaktische Standards und verspricht mehr Vielfalt unter den Lehrkräften. Damit kann er als eine Blaupause für andere Universitäten dienen.

The image of geoscience among student teachers of geography

Simon Schneider & Richard Dahlbock
Within the framework of a study focusing on teacher training in geography at the University of Potsdam, the range of perspectives on the topics of physical geography was investigated. The starting point is that physical geography and human geography represent the main components of school geography teaching . This idea is motivated by the model of geography by Weichert (2003). Initially, physical and human geography content seemed to be present in the curriculum in roughly...

Revised and improved geological model of the Waiwera geothermal reservoir, New Zealand

Andreas Grafe , Thomas Kempka , Michael Schneider & Michael Kühn
Following a thermal and photogrammetric outcrop mapping campaign undertaken at the Waiwera geothermal reservoir in 2019, a pre-existing 3D hydrogeological model was revised in the present study to assess the impact of the updated structural and lithological interpretation on the existing numerical model calibration. For the latter, well data comprising measured temperature and salinity profiles were employed to reconstruct the reservoir’s natural thermal state and spatial distribution of salinity, supported by numerical simulations of density-driven...

Simulation study of hydrate formation from dissolved methane in the LArge-scale Reservoir Simulator (LARS)

Zhen Li , Thomas Kempka , Erik Spangenberg & Judith Schicks
Hydrate formation from dissolved methane in saline solutions is a hydrochemical process, resulting in the accumulation of gas hydrates in sedimentary strata under the seafloor or overlain by permafrost regions. In the scope of the SUGAR framework, LARS has been established to study gas hydrate formation processes and dissociation strategies under in-situ conditions. In the latest hydrate formation experiments, key parameters have been applied to mimic the local marine environment of the Mallik site, Canada....

Digging into Eocene hothouse climate variability: Linking X-ray fluorescence (XRF) scanning and palynology of Messel sediment cores

Stefanie Kaboth-Bahr , André Bahr , Olaf Lenz , Volker Wilde , Sonja Wedmann & Jörg Pross
The late early to early middle Eocene (~48 Ma) maar lake sediments of the famous Messel fossil-pit, located near Darmstadt, SW Germany, represent a prime archive for climate dynamics operating during the geologically most recent greenhouse period of the Earth. In this study, we investigate the potential of geochemical data obtained via high-resolution XRF core scanning to decipher hydrologic variability from the Messel sediments. Such data have the potential to yield insight into the paleoenvironmental...

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