Annette Wefer-Roehl

Dr. Annette Wefer-Roehl

+49 6151 16-22094
+49 6151 16-23601

Schnittspahnstraße 9
64287 Darmstadt

Office: B2|02 220

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Working area

• MARSoluT EU Project (H2020 MSCA ITN)

• MARSOL EU Project (FP 7)

• Sorption processes of organic contaminants in soils

• Biochar

• Regulatory framework of water management in Germany

Curriculum vitae

Academic and professional career

Since 2018

Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung, Frankfurt am Main

Focus: project coordination CAME II and Q-TiP

2011 – 2016

Institute for Applied Geosciences, TU Darmstadt

Focus: Organic Pollutants, MARSOL EU project

2009

Messel Pit gGmbH

Focus: Co-ordinator for the new visitor centre exhibits, tours, information services, public relations

2002 – 2008

Research Center Karlsruhe, Institute for Technical Chemistry, division water technology and geotechnology

Focus: Reactive transport in concrete regarding possible damage processes, laboratory work on hydrophobization, carbonation, extraction of diesel and other hydrocarbons, numerical simulations, literature studies on construction in relation to climate change as well as on paints and paint strippers, oxidative treatment of contaminated sites, Supporting public relations.

2000 – 2001

Freelancer

Focus: Co-author for Dictionary of Earth Sciences, organisation of 13th National Conference of Engineering Geology 2001 in Karlsruhe, edition of the Proceedings of the DTTG Annual Conference 2001 in Limburg

1995 – 1999

Postdoctoral studies at the Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Sde Boker, Israel

Focus:

Institute of Microbiology: Influence of humic acid on the toxicity and the sorption of organic pollutants

Institute of Hydrogeology: Organic pollutants in fractured chalks: sorption and transport behavior

1991 – 1994

PhD Thesis at the Institute of Applied Geology, University of Karlsruhe (TH): Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in fine-grained sediments: adsorption and microbial degradation

1990

Diploma Thesis at the Institute of Applied Geology, University of Karlsruhe (TH): Laboratory experiments on microbial degradation of phenanthrene in different soils.

Publications

SCHREITER, I.J., WEFER-ROEHL, A., GRABER, E.R. & SCHÜTH, C. (2017): Biochar as a sorbent for chlorinated hydrocarbons – sorption and extraction experiments in single and bi-solute systems. – EGU General Assembly 2017, Geophysical Research Abstracts Vol. 19, EGU2017-8196.

SILVER, M., Selke, S., BALSAA, P., WEFER-ROEHL, A., KÜBECK, C. & SCHÜTH, C. (2017): Managed aquifer recharge: the fate of pharmaceuticals from infiltrated treated wastewater investigated through soil column experiments. – EGU General Assembly 2017, Geophysical Research Abstracts Vol. 19, EGU2017-7437.

KUMAR, A., SCHREITER, I.J., WEFER-ROEHL, A., TSECHANSKY, L., SCHÜTH, C. & GRABER, E.R. (2016): Production and utilization of biochar from organic wastes for pollutant control on contaminated sites. – In: MNV Prasad, Kaimin Shih (Eds). Environmental Materials and Waste- Resource Recovery and Pollution Prevention. Elsevier, USA. Pp 91-116.

SILVER, M., WEFER-ROEHL, A., KÜBECK, C. & SCHÜTH, C. (2016): Transformations of Nitrogen from Secondary Treated Wastewater when Infiltrated in Managed Aquifer Recharge Schemes. – EGU General Assembly 2016, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 18, EGU2016-4862.

SILVER, M., SCHÜTH, C., WEFER-ROEHL, A. & KÜBECK, C. (2014): Column Experiments Investigating Wetting and Drying of Soil and Consumption of Organic Contaminants for Managed Aquifer Recharge. – Abstract H43C-0973 presented at 2014 Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, Calif., USA, 15-19 Dec.

OEHMICHEN, D.S., GERDES, A. & WEFER-ROEHL, A. (2008): Reactive Transport of Silanes in Cement Based Materials. – Restoration of Buildings and Monuments, Bauinstandsetzung und Baudenkmalpflege, 14 (6): 403-412; Freiburg (Aedificatio Publishers).

OEHMICHEN, D.S., GERDES, A. & WEFER-ROEHL, A. (2008): Reactive Transport of Silanes in Cement Based Materials. – In: DE CLERCQ, H. & CHAROLA, A.E. (eds.): Proc. Hydrophobe V. Water Repellent Treatment of Building Materials, Brussels, April 2008: 205-218; Freiburg (Aedificatio Publishers).

SÜSSMUTH, J., WEFER-ROEHL, A. & GERDES, A. (2007): Numerische Modellierung in der Bauchemie – aktuelle Trends und Entwicklungen. – In: ZIEGAHN, K.-F. (Hrsg.): Umwelteinflüsse erfassen, simulieren, bewerten. Tagungsband 36. Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Umweltsimulation, Pfinztal bei Karlsruhe, März 2007: 295-310.

WEFER-ROEHL, A., PREINDL, B., HERTEL, S., GLOWACKY, J. & GERDES, A. (2004): A method designed for rapid quantitative analysis of (aliphatic) hydrocarbons by UV-VIS Spectroscopy. – Tagung Bauchemie, Erlangen, 7.-8. Oktober 2004, Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker Monographie, 31: 293-297; Frankfurt.

WEFER-ROEHL, A., HEINRICHS, B., SCHMEISER, S. & GERDES, A. (2004): Simulierung reaktiver Transportprozesse in Beton mit Hilfe der Finite-Elemente-Methode. – Tagung Bauchemie, Erlangen, 7.-8. Oktober 2004, Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker Monographie, 31: 288-292; Frankfurt.

WEFER-ROEHL, A., PREINDL, B., HERTEL, S., GLOWACKY, J. & GERDES, A. (2004): A Method Designed for Rapid Quantitative Analysis of (Aliphatic) Hydrocarbons by UV-VIS Spectroscopy. – Abstract, Berichte der Deutschen Mineralogischen Ges., Beih. z. Eur. J. Mineral., 16 (1): 156.

GLOWACKY, J., WEFER-ROEHL, A., PREINDL, B. & GERDES, A. (2004): Transport and chemical reaction of silane in cement based materials. – Abstract, Berichte der Deutschen Mineralogischen Ges., Beih. z. Eur. J. Mineral., 16 (1): 47.

CZURDA, K. & WEFER-ROEHL, A. (Hrsg., 2001): Tone in der industriellen Anwendung. Beiträge zur DTTG-Jahrestagung Limburg, Oktober 2001. – Ber. Deutsche Ton- und Tonmineralgruppe e.V. DTTG, 8: 194 S.; Karlsruhe.

WEFER-ROEHL, A., GRABER, E.R., ADAR, E., YAKIREVICH, A. & RONEN, Z. (2001): Retardation of Organic Contaminants in Natural Fractures in Chalk. – Ground Water, 40 (3): 291-301.

WEFER-ROEHL, A., GRABER, E.R., BORISOVER, M.D., ADAR, E., NATIV, R. & RONEN, Z. (2001): Sorption of organic contaminants in a fractured chalk formation. – Chemosphere, 44 (5): 1121-1130; Amsterdam (Elsevier).

YAKIREVICH, A., ADAR, E. & WEFER-ROEHL, A. (2000): Retardation of organic contaminants in a fractured chalk formation: Modelling tracer experiments in a single natural fracture. – Proc. XIII Int. Conf. on Computational Methods in Water Resources, Calgary, June 2000: 299-306; Rotterdam (Balkema).

WEFER-ROEHL, A. & CZURDA, K. (1999): Adsorption of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) on different clays and clay minerals. – In: KODAMA, H., MERMUT, A.R. & TORRANCE, J.K. (eds.): Clays for our Future. Proc. 11th Int. Clay Conf., Ottawa, Canada, June 1997: 123-128; Ottawa.

GRABER, E. R., WEFER-ROEHL, A., BORISOVER, M. D., NATIV, R., & ADAR, E. (1998): Adsorption of organic compounds in a fractured chalk formation. – American Geophysical Union 1998 Spring Meeting, H31C-05, Eos, v. 79, April 28, 1998, p. S97.

HAUS, R., CZURDA, K. & WEFER-ROEHL, A. (1996): Limitierende Parameter bei der mikrobiellen, tensidunterstützten in Situ-Sanierung toniger Böden. – In: Alfred-Wegener-Stiftung (Hrsg.): Von den Ressourcen zum Recycling: 83-91; Berlin (Ernst & Sohn).

WEFER-ROEHL, A. (1994): Polycyclische aromatische Kohlenwasserstoffe (PAK) in feinkörnigen Sedimenten: Adsorption und mikrobieller Abbau. – Schr. Angew. Geol. Karlsruhe, 31: 156 S.; Karlsruhe.

CZURDA, K., HAUS, R. & WEFER-ROEHL, A. (1993): Limitierende geologische Parameter zum mikrobiellen Abbau von Kohlenwasserstoffen in klastischen Sedimenten. – In: Bundesministerium für Forschung und Technologie (BMFT, Hrsg.): Abschlussbericht zum Verbundprojekt “In situ-Sanierung kohlenwasserstoffbelasteter Böden”, BMFT Förderkennzeichen 1460635 A5, PWAB Nr. PD 90 093.

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