Gropius - Grundwasser & Geothermie






Gropius, M., 2010. Numerical groundwater flow and heat transport modelling of open-loop ground source heat systems in the London Chalk. Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology, 43(1):23-32

Horobin, R., Gropius, M., 2008. Open loop geothermal systems. Benefits and risks. Proceedings of 10th World Renewable Energy Congress (WREC X).

Gropius, M., 2007. Numerical groundwater flow and heat transport modelling of a large open loop geothermal system in London. Hydrogeology and Heat Engineering. The Geological Society, London.

Wenderoth, F., Fritzer, T., Gropius, M., Huber, B. And Schubert, A., 2005. Numerische Modellierung eines geohydrothermalen Doublettenbetriebs im Malmkarst. Geothermische Energie 48.

Diersch, H. J., Gropius, M., 2001. FEFLOW 4.9. WASY Aktuell, 7 (1).

Gropius, M., Klingbeil, R., Goldman, M., Guttman, J. and Tamimi, A., 2000. Hydrogeological and Geophysical (TDEM) Investigations in the Jericho Area, Palestine, to Delineate Zones of Fresh and Saline Groundwater in the Valley Fill. Abstracts of DGG Meeting 2000 und Abstracts of EGS Meeting 2000, Geophysical Research Abstracts.

Klingbeil, R., Gropius, M., Teutsch, G., Sauter, M. and Liedl, R. 2000. Modeling of Groundwater Flow Between the Cretaceous Mountain Aquifer Systems and the Jordan - Dead Sea Area. Scientific Report No. LAG 00-01/2098, Applied Geology, University of Tübingen, Germany.

Steiner, U., Gropius, M., Klingbeil, R., 2000. Hydrogeological and Geophysical Field Investigation for a Local Water Supply in the Southern Masai-Steppe (Kiteto District), Tanzania. Abstract of AdG (Africagroup of German Geoscientists) Meeting 2000.