Dr. Nicole Rudolph-Mohr

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Universität Potsdam,
Institut für Erd- und Umweltwissenschaften

Dr. Nicole Rudolph-Mohr
Haus 1, Raum 0.06

Karl-Liebknecht-Str. 24-25
14476 Potsdam-Golm
E-Mail:
nrudolph@uni-potsdam.de
Telefon:
+49 331 977 2704
Fax:
+49 331 977 2092
Dr. Nicole Rudolph-Mohr

 

  • Biografie
  • Forschung
  • Lehre
  • Publikationen

Biografie

Since 2013
Post-Doc at University of Potsdam, Institute of Earth and Environmental Science
Since 2010
PhD Student at University of Potsdam, Institute of Earth and Environmental Science
2008 – 2009
PhD Student at the Helmholtz Centre of Environmental Research Leipzig, Department Hydrogeology
1999 – 2007
Studies in Environmental Engineering (TU Berlin)

Forschung

Research Topics:

  • Non-invasive imaging techniques
  • Water content distribution, oxygen and pH dynamics
  • Interaction of water flow, oxygen transport and biodegradation

Research Project:

“Highly resolved imaging in aggregated soil: which are the interfaces formed by the interaction of water flow, oxygen transport and biodegradation” part of the SPP 1315 (www.spp1315.uni-jena.de)

  • Development of fluorescence imaging method for the visualization of oxygen diffusion in unsaturated artificial porous media
  • Visualization of oxygen consumption in natural aggregated soils induced by plant roots via fluorescence foil imaging
  • Visualization of water content distribution in heterogeneous soils with neutron radiography and fluorescence imaging
  • Visualization of pH dynamics induced by plant roots and microbes

 

BACHELOR-/ MASTER-/ DIPLOMATHESIS: zu vergeben ab sofort

1. Influence of soil matrix on oxygen micropatterns around roots of agricultural relevant plants (Laborarbeiten)

2. Root development and oxygen dynamics as response to salinity stress (Laborarbeiten)

3. Wurzelquerschnitte (Methodenentwicklung)

4. Sauerrstoffdiffusion in künstlichen Bodenaggregaten (Modellierungsstudie)

 

Lehre

V&Ü  Practical course on modern imaging methods for plant studies (WiSe)

V&Ü  Modelling water and solute dynamics in the root-zone (WiSe)

S      Einführung in die physische Geographie (WiSe + SoSe)

Ü      Hydrogeologie (SoSe 2015)

 

Abschlussarbeiten:

Hellen Reimer (BSc): Nicht-invasive Beobachtung der Wurzelentwicklung und Sauerstoffdynamik bei Versalzungsstress von Mais und Karotte (2017)

Jasmina Büttner (BSc): Visualisierung von Sauerstoffstrukturen in der Rhizosphäre von Juncus effusus (2016)

Meike Heering (MSc): Einfluss der Stickstoffdüngung auf die pH Dynamik im Wurzelbereich von Kichererbse und Mais (2016)

Anke Schneeweiß (BSc): Visualisierung der Sauerstoffmikrostrukturen unter dem Einuss von Regenwürmern und einem Herbizid (2015)

Eva Bauer (BSc): Visualisierung von pH und Sauerstoffgradienten in der Wurzelzone unter Einfluss des Fungizids Metalaxyl (2012)

Sebastian Voss (BSc): Visualisierung von Sauerstoff und pH-Werten im gesättigten Wurzelbereich von Juncus effusus (2011)

Publikationen

Peer reviewed:

Rudolph-Mohr N, C Tötzke, N Kardjilov, S E Oswald (2017): Mapping oxygen and pH dynamics in the rhizosphere of young maize roots. Journal of Plant nutrition and Soil Science. DOI: 10.1002/jpln.201600120

Rudolph-Mohr, N.; S. Gottfried; M. Lamshöft; S. Zühlke; S.E. Oswald; M. Spiteller (2015): Non-invasive imaging techniques to study O2 micro-patterns around pesticide treated lupine roots. Geoderma. 239-240, 257-264.

Rudolph-Mohr, N.; P. Vontobel; S.E. Oswald (2014): Multi-imaging approach to study the root – soil interface. Annals of Botany, 114 (8), 1779-1787.

Rudolph, N; S. Voss; A.B. Moradi; S. Nagl; S.E. Oswald (2013): Spatio-temporal mapping of local soil pH changes induced by roots of lupin and soft-rush. Plant and Soil, doi:10.1007/s11104-013-1775-0

Rudolph, N; H.G. Esser; A. Carminati; A.B. Moradi; A.Hilger; N. Kardjilov; S. Nagl; S.E. Oswald (2012): Dynamic oxygen mapping in the root zone by fluorescence dye imaging combined with neutron radiography. Journal of Soils and Sediments, 12(1): 63-74, doi: 10.1007/s11368-011-0407-7

Jaeger, F.; N. Rudolph; F. Lang und G. E. Schaumann (2008): Effects of soil solution’s constituents on proton NMR relaxometry of soil samples. Soil Science Society of America Journal 72(6), 1694-1707. DOI: 10.2136/sssaj2007.0427

 

Contributions to conferences:

Rudolph-Mohr, N.; C. Tötzke, P. Vontobel,  S. Haber-Pohlmeier; A. Pohlmeier, S.E. Oswald (2015): Multi-imaging approach to study the root - soil interface. Annual Meeting of the Society of Experimental Biology. Prague

Rudolph-Mohr, N.; Vontobel, P.; Oswald S.E. (2015): Multi-imaging approach to study the root - soil interface. Rhizosphere 4. Maastricht

Rudolph-Mohr, N.; Vontobel, P.; Oswald S.E. (2014): Multi-imaging approach to study the root - soil interface. Symposium on Biogeochemical Interfaces in Soil: Towards a Comprehensive and Mechanistic Understanding of Soil Function. Leipzig

Rudolph, N.; Greiner, T.; Vontobel, P; Oswald, S.E. (2013): Imaging the vital parameters of plants - Interrelated pattern of respiration, exudation and root water uptake. Biohydrology 3, Landau

Rudolph, N.; Nagl, S.; Lehmann, P.; Oswald, S.E. (2012): Imaging the vital parameters of plants - Interrelated pattern of respiration, exudation and root water uptake. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco. Presentation featured as Outstanding Student Paper Award for the Hydrology Section

Rudolph, N.;  Lehmann, E.; Oswald S.E. (2012): Non-invasive mapping of local oxygen patterns in porous media: influence of plant roots and soil structure. EGU assembly, Vienna

Rudolph, N.; E. Lehmann, S.E. Oswald (2011): Non-invasive mapping of oxygen and pH dynamics in the rhizosphere. Rhizosphere3 2011, Perth

Rudolph, N. and Oswald, S.E. (2010): Combining neutron radiography and fluorescence imaging to simultaneously record dynamics of oxygen and water content. 1. Conference of Structures and processes of the initial ecosystem development, Cottbus

Rudolph, N. and Oswald S.E. (2010): Combining neutron radiography and fluorescence imaging to simultaneously record dynamics of oxygen and water content in soils. Workshop on Advanced spectroscopic and microscopic characterisation techniques - Tools to enlighten biogeochemical interfaces in soils. Jena

Rudolph, N; S. E. Oswald; S. Nagl; N. Kardjilov (2010): Combining neutron radiography and fluorescence imaging to simultaneously record dynamics of oxygen and water content in the root zone. AGU Fall Meeting 2010, San Francisco. Presentation featured as Outstanding Student Paper Award for the Hydrology Section

Rudolph, N; S. E. Oswald; D. Lazik (2009): Highly-resolved Imaging in aggregated soils. EGU assembly 2009, Vienna

Rudolph, N.; Oswald, S.E.; Lazik, D (2008):  Highly-resolved Imaging in aggregated soils: Which are the interfaces formed by interaction of water flow, oxygen transport and biodegradation? Axiom - Vibe - e-trap "Electron Transfer Processes at Biogeochemical Gradients, Leipzig

Rudolph, N. und G. E. Schaumann (2006): Effect of Lead and Calcium on glassiness in soil organic matter. In: F. H. Frimmel and G. Abbt-Braun: Humic Substances - Linking Structure to Functions. Proceedings of the 13th Meeting of the International Humic Substances Society, Karlsruhe. Universität Karlsruhe, Karlsruhe, 45-II, 833-836.

Biografie

Since 2013
Post-Doc at University of Potsdam, Institute of Earth and Environmental Science
Since 2010
PhD Student at University of Potsdam, Institute of Earth and Environmental Science
2008 – 2009
PhD Student at the Helmholtz Centre of Environmental Research Leipzig, Department Hydrogeology
1999 – 2007
Studies in Environmental Engineering (TU Berlin)

Forschung

Research Topics:

  • Non-invasive imaging techniques
  • Water content distribution, oxygen and pH dynamics
  • Interaction of water flow, oxygen transport and biodegradation

Research Project:

“Highly resolved imaging in aggregated soil: which are the interfaces formed by the interaction of water flow, oxygen transport and biodegradation” part of the SPP 1315 (www.spp1315.uni-jena.de)

  • Development of fluorescence imaging method for the visualization of oxygen diffusion in unsaturated artificial porous media
  • Visualization of oxygen consumption in natural aggregated soils induced by plant roots via fluorescence foil imaging
  • Visualization of water content distribution in heterogeneous soils with neutron radiography and fluorescence imaging
  • Visualization of pH dynamics induced by plant roots and microbes

 

BACHELOR-/ MASTER-/ DIPLOMATHESIS: zu vergeben ab sofort

1. Influence of soil matrix on oxygen micropatterns around roots of agricultural relevant plants (Laborarbeiten)

2. Root development and oxygen dynamics as response to salinity stress (Laborarbeiten)

3. Wurzelquerschnitte (Methodenentwicklung)

4. Sauerrstoffdiffusion in künstlichen Bodenaggregaten (Modellierungsstudie)

 

Lehre

V&Ü  Practical course on modern imaging methods for plant studies (WiSe)

V&Ü  Modelling water and solute dynamics in the root-zone (WiSe)

S      Einführung in die physische Geographie (WiSe + SoSe)

Ü      Hydrogeologie (SoSe 2015)

 

Abschlussarbeiten:

Hellen Reimer (BSc): Nicht-invasive Beobachtung der Wurzelentwicklung und Sauerstoffdynamik bei Versalzungsstress von Mais und Karotte (2017)

Jasmina Büttner (BSc): Visualisierung von Sauerstoffstrukturen in der Rhizosphäre von Juncus effusus (2016)

Meike Heering (MSc): Einfluss der Stickstoffdüngung auf die pH Dynamik im Wurzelbereich von Kichererbse und Mais (2016)

Anke Schneeweiß (BSc): Visualisierung der Sauerstoffmikrostrukturen unter dem Einuss von Regenwürmern und einem Herbizid (2015)

Eva Bauer (BSc): Visualisierung von pH und Sauerstoffgradienten in der Wurzelzone unter Einfluss des Fungizids Metalaxyl (2012)

Sebastian Voss (BSc): Visualisierung von Sauerstoff und pH-Werten im gesättigten Wurzelbereich von Juncus effusus (2011)

Publikationen

Peer reviewed:

Rudolph-Mohr N, C Tötzke, N Kardjilov, S E Oswald (2017): Mapping oxygen and pH dynamics in the rhizosphere of young maize roots. Journal of Plant nutrition and Soil Science. DOI: 10.1002/jpln.201600120

Rudolph-Mohr, N.; S. Gottfried; M. Lamshöft; S. Zühlke; S.E. Oswald; M. Spiteller (2015): Non-invasive imaging techniques to study O2 micro-patterns around pesticide treated lupine roots. Geoderma. 239-240, 257-264.

Rudolph-Mohr, N.; P. Vontobel; S.E. Oswald (2014): Multi-imaging approach to study the root – soil interface. Annals of Botany, 114 (8), 1779-1787.

Rudolph, N; S. Voss; A.B. Moradi; S. Nagl; S.E. Oswald (2013): Spatio-temporal mapping of local soil pH changes induced by roots of lupin and soft-rush. Plant and Soil, doi:10.1007/s11104-013-1775-0

Rudolph, N; H.G. Esser; A. Carminati; A.B. Moradi; A.Hilger; N. Kardjilov; S. Nagl; S.E. Oswald (2012): Dynamic oxygen mapping in the root zone by fluorescence dye imaging combined with neutron radiography. Journal of Soils and Sediments, 12(1): 63-74, doi: 10.1007/s11368-011-0407-7

Jaeger, F.; N. Rudolph; F. Lang und G. E. Schaumann (2008): Effects of soil solution’s constituents on proton NMR relaxometry of soil samples. Soil Science Society of America Journal 72(6), 1694-1707. DOI: 10.2136/sssaj2007.0427

 

Contributions to conferences:

Rudolph-Mohr, N.; C. Tötzke, P. Vontobel,  S. Haber-Pohlmeier; A. Pohlmeier, S.E. Oswald (2015): Multi-imaging approach to study the root - soil interface. Annual Meeting of the Society of Experimental Biology. Prague

Rudolph-Mohr, N.; Vontobel, P.; Oswald S.E. (2015): Multi-imaging approach to study the root - soil interface. Rhizosphere 4. Maastricht

Rudolph-Mohr, N.; Vontobel, P.; Oswald S.E. (2014): Multi-imaging approach to study the root - soil interface. Symposium on Biogeochemical Interfaces in Soil: Towards a Comprehensive and Mechanistic Understanding of Soil Function. Leipzig

Rudolph, N.; Greiner, T.; Vontobel, P; Oswald, S.E. (2013): Imaging the vital parameters of plants - Interrelated pattern of respiration, exudation and root water uptake. Biohydrology 3, Landau

Rudolph, N.; Nagl, S.; Lehmann, P.; Oswald, S.E. (2012): Imaging the vital parameters of plants - Interrelated pattern of respiration, exudation and root water uptake. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco. Presentation featured as Outstanding Student Paper Award for the Hydrology Section

Rudolph, N.;  Lehmann, E.; Oswald S.E. (2012): Non-invasive mapping of local oxygen patterns in porous media: influence of plant roots and soil structure. EGU assembly, Vienna

Rudolph, N.; E. Lehmann, S.E. Oswald (2011): Non-invasive mapping of oxygen and pH dynamics in the rhizosphere. Rhizosphere3 2011, Perth

Rudolph, N. and Oswald, S.E. (2010): Combining neutron radiography and fluorescence imaging to simultaneously record dynamics of oxygen and water content. 1. Conference of Structures and processes of the initial ecosystem development, Cottbus

Rudolph, N. and Oswald S.E. (2010): Combining neutron radiography and fluorescence imaging to simultaneously record dynamics of oxygen and water content in soils. Workshop on Advanced spectroscopic and microscopic characterisation techniques - Tools to enlighten biogeochemical interfaces in soils. Jena

Rudolph, N; S. E. Oswald; S. Nagl; N. Kardjilov (2010): Combining neutron radiography and fluorescence imaging to simultaneously record dynamics of oxygen and water content in the root zone. AGU Fall Meeting 2010, San Francisco. Presentation featured as Outstanding Student Paper Award for the Hydrology Section

Rudolph, N; S. E. Oswald; D. Lazik (2009): Highly-resolved Imaging in aggregated soils. EGU assembly 2009, Vienna

Rudolph, N.; Oswald, S.E.; Lazik, D (2008):  Highly-resolved Imaging in aggregated soils: Which are the interfaces formed by interaction of water flow, oxygen transport and biodegradation? Axiom - Vibe - e-trap "Electron Transfer Processes at Biogeochemical Gradients, Leipzig

Rudolph, N. und G. E. Schaumann (2006): Effect of Lead and Calcium on glassiness in soil organic matter. In: F. H. Frimmel and G. Abbt-Braun: Humic Substances - Linking Structure to Functions. Proceedings of the 13th Meeting of the International Humic Substances Society, Karlsruhe. Universität Karlsruhe, Karlsruhe, 45-II, 833-836.