2000-2005: Research assistant at
the University of
Bayreuth, Department of Hydrology
(“Optimization of groundwater risk assessment procedures: Implementation
of column experiments, batch tests, soil water sampling and transport models”,
funded by the Bavarian State Department of Environment)
2000: CSIRO, Division of Tropical
Agriculture, Brisbane, Australia
("Assessing the possibility for N pollution in groundwaters in sugar
growing areas in north Queensland")
between hillslope variables controlling the generation of subsurface
stormflow on the hillslope scale
water and solute transport across scales
Spatial and temporal variability
of water flow processes in the vadose zone
Parameterization of preferential
Fate and transport of heavy metals
of cover systems at the Greens Creek Mine: A combined field-modeling
analysis", funded by Hecla
(Kennecott) Greens Creek Mining Company, Juneau, AK (2006-2010)
Pre-construction design modeling
of experimental hillslopes at Biosphere
C.R. Jackson and J.J. McDonnell: Subsurface stormflow generation
in low-relief terrain - field and modeling work at the Savannah
River Site, South Carolina. In prep.
J.J. McDonnell, L. Hopp, R. Rigon: Hydrological controls on shallow
landslide triggering: the role of soil depth and bedrock topography. Earth
Surface Processes and Landforms, in review.
A.M.J., L. Hopp, J.J. McDonnell, H.H.G. Savenije, L. Pfister:
effect of throughfall hotspots
moisture patterns and the generation of subsurface stormflow. Journal
of Hydrology, in review.
K.G. Evans, J.J. McDonnell, L. Hopp: Ecohydrological controls
on soil erosion and
landscape evolution. Ecohydrology, DOI: 10.1002/eco.241.
Hopp, L. and
J.J. McDonnell: Examining the role of throughfall patterns
on subsurface stormflow generation. Journal of Hydrology 409,
J.J. McDonnell and P. Condon (2011): Lateral subsurface flow
in a soil cover over waste rock in a humid
temperate environment. Vadose Zone Journal 10, 1-13,
P.S. Nico, M.A. Marcus, and S. Peiffer (2008): Arsenic and chromium
partitioning in a podzolic soil contaminated by chromated copper
arsenate. Environmental Science & Technology 42 (17), 6481-6486,
S. Peiffer, and W. Durner (2006): Spatial variability of arsenic
and chromium in the soil water at a former wood preserving
site. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 85 (3-4), 159-178,
P. Nico, and S. Peiffer (2006): Effect of Fe(II) Treatment on
solid phase partitioning of arsenic and chromium. Geophysical
Research Abstracts Vol. 8, SRef-ID: 1607-7962/gra/EGU06-A-06723.
Hopp, L. and
S. Peiffer (2005): The applicability of batch tests for assessing
the mobility of arsenic and chromium. Vom Wasser 103(4): 3-34 – Journal
of the German Chemical Society.
L. Hopp, W. Berger, W. Durner, S. Peiffer, and M. Scheithauer
(2004): Simulation of chromium transport in the unsaturated zone
for predicting contaminant entries into the groundwater. Journal
of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 167: 284-292.
U. Buczko, S. Peiffer, and W. Durner (2004): Simulation of water
flow and solute transport in a hydrophobic sandy soil. Geophysical
Research Abstracts Vol. 6, SRef-ID: 1607-7962/gra/EGU04-A-04650.