Prof. Dr. Christine AlewellProfessorin
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- General research areas are biogeochemistry, soil chemistry and soil degradation of natural and semi-natural ecosystems. Specifically the research is focused on:
- Soil and water degradation by soil erosion. Quantitative and qualitative assessment of on-site erosion with radio- (137Cs and 239+240Pu) and stable (13C, 15N) isotopes as well as modelling (USLE/ RUSLE approaches). Qualitative assessment of off-site erosion impacts (sediment source attribution to water bodies) with compound specific isotope analysis.
- Development of indicators for wetland degradation and regeneration using stable isotope patterns (13C, 15N) as well as molecular biomarkers
- Mercury emissions from soils and ecosystems to the atmosphere.
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Member of the department’s management board (2006-2008 and since 2015 ongoing)
Head of educational board of Geosciences (2004-2015)
Member of educational board of Geosciences (since 2003 ongoing)
Member of the educational board of the faculty of Natural Sciences (2004-2015)
Gender representative of the Faculty of Natural Sciences (2007 – 2015)
Gender representative of the Department of Environmental Sciences (since 2009 ongoing)
Faculty of Natural Sciences delegate at the Commission for Equal Opportunity (2007 – 2015)
Confidential contact for the faculty of Natural Sciences (2007 – 2015)
University of Basel confidential contact in case of sexual harassment (2007 – 2015)
|Linkage between deposition and air-surface exchange of mercury: a comparative study between Switzerland and China||Laufend|
|Nuclear Techniques for a Better Understanding of the Impact of Climate Change on Soil Erosion in Upland Agro-ecosystems||Laufend|
|Combining biogeochemical and modelling approach to assess peatland restoration||Abgeschlossen|