Department of Structural Geology and Geodynamics, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
I study the evolution of fluid flow systems and sedimentary basins on large spatial scales and/or geological timescales. I study these systems by integrating various datasets, such as groundwater isotopes, subsurface temperature and low-temperature thermochronology with a series of existing and newly developed numerical models (see GitHub for some of the codes). I also utilize large-scale geospatial datasets to extrapolate results of groundwater and heatflow models from local to continental scales. I help manage the Geodynamics and Geofluids modelling laboratory
M.Geo.239: Fluids in the crust (course description) (syllabus)
Graduate students and student assistants
Luijendijk, E. (2019) Beo v1.0: Numerical model of heat flow and low-temperature thermochronology in hydrothermal systems. Geoscientific Model Development 12, 4061-4073, https://doi.org/10.5194/gmd-12-4061-2019
Louis, S., Luijendijk, E., Dunkl, I, Person, M. (2019) Episodic fluid flow in an active fault. Geology 47, https://doi.org/10.1130/G46254.1
Afsar, F., Luijendijk, E. (2019) Quantifying a critical marl thickness for vertical fracture extension using field data and numerical experiments. Geoscience Frontiers, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gsf.2019.05.008.
Bauer, J.F., Krumbholz, M., Luijendijk, E., Tanner, D.C. (2019) A numerical sensitivity study of how permeability, geological structure, and hydraulic gradient control the lifetime of a geothermal reservoir. Solid Earth Discuss., https://doi.org/10.5194/se-2019-112.