Dr. Natalie Orlowski
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Validation and application of a cryogenic vacuum extraction system for soil and plant water extraction for isotope analysis
N Orlowski, HG Frede, N Brüggemann, L Breuer
Journal of Sensors and Sensor Systems 2 (2), 179-193, 2013
902013
Intercomparison of soil pore water extraction methods for stable isotope analysis
N Orlowski, DL Pratt, JJ McDonnell
Hydrological Processes 30 (19), 3434-3449, 2016
852016
Critical issues with cryogenic extraction of soil water for stable isotope analysis
N Orlowski, L Breuer, JJ McDonnell
Ecohydrology 9 (1), 1-5, 2016
682016
Inter-laboratory comparison of cryogenic water extraction systems for stable isotope analysis of soil water
N Orlowski, L Breuer, N Angeli, P Boeckx, C Brumbt, CS Cook, M Dubbert, ...
382018
The demographics of water: A review of water ages in the critical zone
M Sprenger, C Stumpp, M Weiler, W Aeschbach, ST Allen, P Benettin, ...
Reviews of Geophysics 57 (3), 800-834, 2019
252019
Exploring water cycle dynamics by sampling multiple stable water isotope pools in a developed landscape in Germany
N Orlowski, P Kraft, J Pferdmenges, L Breuer
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 20 (9), 3873, 2016
182016
Linking spatial patterns of groundwater table dynamics and streamflow generation processes in a small developed catchment
N Orlowski, F Lauer, P Kraft, HG Frede, L Breuer
Water 6 (10), 3085-3117, 2014
162014
Quantification of plant water uptake by water stable isotopes in rice paddy systems
A Mahindawansha, N Orlowski, P Kraft, Y Rothfuss, H Racela, L Breuer
Plant and Soil, 1-22, 2018
102018
A simple greenhouse experiment to explore the effect of cryogenic water extraction for tracing plant source water
N Orlowski, A Winkler, JJ McDonnell, L Breuer
Ecohydrology 11 (5), e1967, 2018
92018
Exploring water cycle dynamics through sampling multitude stable water isotope pools in a small developed landscape of Germany.
N Orlowski, P Kraft, L Breuer
Hydrology & Earth System Sciences Discussions 12 (2), 2015
72015
Construction and specification of a cryogenic vacuum extraction device for application in stable water isotope analysis
N Orlowski
Gie\s sen, Justus-Liebig-Universität, Masterarbeit, 2010
62010
Studienlandschaft Schwingbachtal: an out-door full-scale learning tool newly equipped with augmented reality.
AH Aubert, O Schnepel, P Kraft, T Houska, I Plesca, N Orlowski, L Breuer
Hydrology & Earth System Sciences Discussions 12 (11), 2015
32015
Intercomparison of soil pore water extraction methods for stable isotope analysis and interpretation of hillslope runoff sources
N Orlowski, DL Pratt, JJ McDonnell
Hydrological Processes 33 (22), 2939-2954, 2019
22019
Towards improved travel time estimates that account for interfaces in the hydrological cycle
M Sprenger, C Stumpp, ST Allen, P Benettin, M Dubbert, AJ Hartmann, ...
AGUFM 2018, H11G-01, 2018
12018
Critical evaluation of soil pore water extraction methods on a natural soil
N Orlowski, D Pratt, L Breuer, J McDonnell
EGUGA, 9905, 2017
12017
Water Stable Isotopes in Ecohydrological Field Research: Comparison Between In Situ and Destructive Monitoring Methods to Determine Soil Water Isotopic Signatures
A Kübert, S Paulus, A Dahlmann, C Werner, Y Rothfuss, N Orlowski, ...
Frontiers in Plant Science 11, 387, 2020
2020
Stable Isotopes in the Critical Zone: Methods, Applications, and Process Interpretations II Posters
SP Good, N Orlowski, M Sprenger, ST Allen
AGU Fall Meeting 2019, 2019
2019
Comparing tree species-specific water uptake strategies via continuous in-situ monitoring of stable water isotopes
N Orlowski, S Seeger, M Weiler, M Rinderer
AGUFM 2019, H53J-1890, 2019
2019
The beauty of long-term hydrological datasets: Showcasing four different catchments in South-Western Germany
N Orlowski, B Kattenstroth, J Lange, M Weiler
AGUFM 2019, PA13B-1019, 2019
2019
Tracking regional authenticity of foodstuffs by means of stable isotopes.
X Gatzert, M Boner, R Hermanowski, R Mäder, A Gattinger, N Orlowski
Geophysical Research Abstracts 21, 2019
2019
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