Matthias H. Müller

Dr. Matthias H. Müller
CH-
Switzerland




Key Publications of Matthias H. Müller (up to ten) :
Epting, J., García-Gil, A., Huggenberger, P., Vázquez-Suñe, E. & M.H. Mueller, 2017. Development of concepts for the management of thermal resources in urban areas – Assessment of transferability from the Basel (Switzerland) and Zaragoza (Spain) case studies. Journal of Hydrology 548, 697-715.

Epting, J., Scheidler, S., Affolter, A., Borer, P., Mueller, M.H., Egli, L., García-Gil, A. & P. Huggenberger, 2017. The thermal impact of subsurface building structures on urban groundwater resources – A paradigmatic example. Science of The Total Environment 596–597, 87-96.

Mueller, M. H., A. Alaoui & C. Alewell, 2016. Water and solutes dynamics during rainfall events in headwater catchments in the Central Swiss Alps under the influence of green alder shrubs and wetland soils. Ecohydrology doi:10.1002/eco.1692.

Köhler, M., F. Händel, J. Epting, M. Binder, M. H. Mueller, P. Huggenberger & R. Liedl, 2015. Numerical Evaluation and Optimization of Depth-oriented Temperature Measurement for the Investigation of Thermal Influences on Groundwater Resources. Energy Procedia 76:371-380 doi:dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.egypro.2015.07.844.

Mueller, M. H., A. Alaoui, C. Kuells, H. Leistert, K. Meusburger, C. Stumpp, M. Weiler & C. Alewell, 2014. Tracking water pathways in steep hillslopes by delta-18O depth profiles of soil water. Journal of Hydrology 519:340–352.

Meusburger, K., G. Leitinger, L. Mabit, M. H. Mueller, A. Walter & C. Alewell, 2014. Soil erosion by snow gliding - a first quantification attempt in a subalpine area in Switzerland. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 18:3763-3775.

Mueller, M. H., R. Weingartner & C. Alewell, 2013. Importance of vegetation, topography and flow paths for water transit times of base flow in alpine headwater catchments. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 17:1661-1679 doi:10.5194/hess-17-1661-2013.

Müller, M., C. Alewell & F. Hagedorn, 2009. Effective retention of litter-derived dissolved organic carbon in organic layers. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 41:1066-1074.


Expertise of Matthias H. Müller:
Expertise CategorySpecific Expertise
Expert TypeExpert Type
Scientific / Fundamental Research
Applied Sciences / Technologies / Engineering
ScopeScope
Process Studies
Topic HydrosphereHydrosphere
Fresh Water Systems / Rivers / Lakes
Precipitation / Runoff
Topic CryosphereCryosphere
Snow Cover
Topic PedospherePedosphere
Soil Formation
Soil Degradation / Erosion / Desertification
Topic Integrated SystemsIntegrated Systems and Ecology
Hydrogeochemical Cycle
Spatial ZonesSpatial Zones
Mountain / Highland
Time FrameTime Frame
Recent / Today
MethodsMethod
Data Collection - Measurement
Data Analysis
Literature Study
Modeling
Integrated Assessment

Specialties of Matthias H. Müller:
  • Hydrology

  • Soil Sciences

  • Hydrogeology

  • Groundwater flow and heat transport modelling

  • Stable Isotopes

  • Environmental Education

    Last update: 10/7/19
    Source of data: ProClim- Research InfoSystem (1993-2020)

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