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Orlowski, Dr. Natalie

wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin

Tel: +49 (0)641 9937394

Fax: +49 (0)641 9937389

Email: natalie.orlowski@umwelt.uni-giessen.de

 

Scientific interest

  • Ecohydrology
  • Catchment hydrology, water flow paths
  • Stable isotope methods
  • Water extraction methods of soil and plant tissue for stable isotope analysis, especially the cryogenic water extraction method
  • Soil-plant-water interactions / Soil-plant-atmosphere continuumt

 

Scientific career and affiliation

  • Sep 2015–ongoing Institute of Landscape Ecology and Resources Management, Justus-Liebig-University, Giessen, Germany
    PostDoc/Lecturer with special responsibilities – lecturing, supervision of students and their theses, supervision of exams
  • June 2014–Sep 2015 University of Saskatchewan, Global Institute for Water Security, Saskatoon, Canada
    Postdoctoral fellow – working in the field of eco- and catchment hydrology, applying stable water isotope techniques, implementing and intercomparing several different soil water extraction methods
  • June 2014–Sep 2015 Institute of Landscape Ecology and Resources Management, Justus-Liebig-University, Giessen, Germany
    Research Associate – with focus on eco- and isotope hydrology, studying water flow paths and plant water uptake depths through stable isotope techniques (field, lab, and greenhouse studies)
  • June 2011–Dec 2014 Institute of Landscape Ecology and Resources Management, Justus-Liebig-University, Giessen, Germany
    PhD student (Postgraduate Scholarship of the Friedrich-Ebert-Foundation) – improving the cryogenic soil water extraction method, combining hydrodynamic and isotope techniques to unravel water flow paths in a German headwater
    PhD thesis "Combining isotopic and hydrodynamic methods for understanding runoff-generation processes in a developed landscape", Referees: Prof. Dr. Lutz Breuer, Prof. Dr. Christoph Müller, Prof. Dr. Hans-Georg Frede, and Prof. Dr. Rolf-Alexander Düring
  • Aug 2010–May 2014 Institute of Landscape Ecology and Resources Management, Justus-Liebig-University, Giessen, Germany
    Research Assistant – with focus on stable water isotope techniques and soil water extraction methods, setting up a cryogenic soil water extraction system
  • Nov 2008–Aug 2010 Institute of Landscape Ecology and Resources Management, Justus-Liebig-University, Giessen, Germany
    Student Assistant – set-up and maintenance of a hydrodynamic measuring network in the “Study landscape Schwingbachtal”, Germany
  • Oct 2008–May 2010 Justus-Liebig-University, Giessen, Germany
    Master of Science in Environmental and Resources Management
    Master thesis „Construction and specification of a cryogenic vacuum extraction device for application in stable water isotope analysis“, PD Dr. Lutz Breuer and Prof. Dr. Hans-Georg Frede (Institute of Landscape Ecology and Resources Management, Justus-Liebig-University, Giessen, Germany)
  • Oct 2004–March 2008 Justus-Liebig-University, Giessen, Germany
    Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Sciences and Environmental Management
    Bachelor thesis „Spatially distributed discharge measurements in the Schwingbach catchment“, Prof. Dr. Hans-Georg Frede and PD Dr. Lutz Breuer (Institute of Landscape Ecology and Resources Management, Justus-Liebig-University, Giessen, Germany)

 

Peer-reviewed publications

My latest publication list can be found on Google scholar here 

  • Orlowski N, Pratt D, and McDonnell J J, 2016. Intercomparison of soil pore water extraction methods for stable isotope analysis, Hydrol. Process., accepted, doi: 10.1002/hyp.10870.
  • Orlowski N, Breuer L, and McDonnell J J, 2016. Critical issues with cryogenic extraction of soil water for stable isotope analysis, Ecohydrol., 9(1), 1–5, doi:10.1002/eco.1722.
  • Aubert A H, Schnepel O, Kraft P, Houska T, Plesca I, Orlowski N, and Breuer L, 2015. Studienlandschaft Schwingbachtal: an out-door full-scale learning tool newly equipped with augmented reality, Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sc. Discuss., 12(11), 11591–11611, doi:10.5194/hessd-12-11591-2015.
  • Orlowski N, Kraft P, and Breuer L, 2015. Exploring water cycle dynamics through sampling multitude stable water isotope pools in a small developed landscape of Germany, Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sc. Discuss., 12(2), 1809–1853, doi:10.5194/hessd-12-1809-2015.
  • Orlowski N, Lauer F, Kraft P, Frede H-G, and Breuer L, 2014. Linking spatial patterns of groundwater table dynamics and streamflow generation processes in a small developed catchment, Water, 6, 3085-3117, doi:10.3390/w6103085.
  • Orlowski N, Frede H-G, Brüggemann N, and Breuer L, 2013. Validation and application of a cryogenic vacuum extraction apparatus for soil and plant water extraction for isotope analysis. J. Sens. Sens. Syst., 2, 179-193, doi:10.5194/jsss-2-179-2013.

 

Conference Abstracts/Workshops

  • Orlowski N, Winkler A, McDonnell J J, and Breuer L, 2016. Critical issues with cryogenic water extraction for tracing plant’s source water (EGU2016-13218). European Geosciences Union General Assembly (EGU), April 17–22 2016, Vienna, Austria, Poster.
  • McDonnell J J, Evaristo J A, Orlowski N, Jasechko S, 2015. Hydrological Compartmentalization: A Grand Challenge in the Critical Zone (H53M-05). American Geoscience Union General Assembly (AGU), December 14–18 2015, San Francisco, USA, Talk.
  • Orlowski N, Winkler A, McDonnell J J, and Breuer L, 2015. Challenges in using cryogenic water extraction to trace plant’s source water. Annual Meeting of the German Association for Stable Isotope Research (GASIR), September 28–30 2015, Heidelberg, Germany, Poster.
    Award for best poster presentation
  • Orlowski N, Kraft P, Frede H-G, and Breuer L, 2014. Tracing stable water isotopes from meteoric to groundwater in the small low-mountainous Schwingbach catchment, Germany. Annual Meeting of the German Association for Stable Isotope Research (GASIR), October 15–17 2014, Munich, Germany, Poster.
  • Orlowski N, Lauer F, Kraft P, Frede H-G,and Breuer L, 2013. Exploring catchment complexity by linking isotopic and hydrometric data in a small low-mountainous catchment. Annual Meeting of the German Association for Stable Isotope Research (GASIR), September 30–October 02 2013, Braunschweig, Germany, Poster.
  • Orlowski N, Frede H-G, and Breuer L, 2012. Utilizing stable water isotopes to characterize flow contribution to the Schwingbach. Joint European Stable Isotope Users Group Meeting (JESIUM), November 2–7 2012, Leipzig, Germany, Poster.
  • Orlowski N, Köstler M, Frede H-G, and Breuer L, 2011. Investigating crop water use along soil climatic gradients by isotopic signatures determined with laser spectroscopy. 1. Workshop on climate change research, April 20th 2011, Giessen, Germany, Poster.