Dipl.-Ing.

Manuel Krauß

Leader of "Urban Water Management and Urban Drainage" (SE)
Institute for Sanitary Engineering, Water Quality and Solid Waste Management
Chair of Sanitary Engineering and Water Recycling

Contact

+49 711 685-63700
+49 711 685-63729

Bandtäle 2
70569 Stuttgart
Germany
Room: 006

Subject

  • Urban Water Management
  • Management of water and mass flows in settlement areas
  • Rain water management
  • Water Management
  • Monitoring and Modeling of Urban Catchments
  • Indicator Development
  1. 2019

    1. Baum, Philipp; Krauss, Manuel; Dittmer, Ulrich (2019a): „AFS63 -- Auswirkung von Probenahme auf die labortechnische Bestimmung des neuen Parameters: Poster vorgestellt auf dem Abwasserkolloquium 2019 - Ansprüche an die Siedlungswasserwirtschaft - Kernaufgaben versus weitergehende Anforderungen: 10.10.2019“. Stuttgart.
    2. Baum, Philipp; Krauss, Manuel; Dittmer, Ulrich (2019b): „Untersuchungen zur Schadstoffbelastung von Oberflächenabflüssen aus einem Gewerbegebiet und zu deren Behandelbarkeit: Poster vorgestellt auf dem Abwasserkolloquium 2019 - Ansprüche an die Siedlungswasserwirtschaft - Kernaufgaben versus weitergehende Anforderungen: 10.10.2019“. Stuttgart.
    3. Brüning, Yannic; Bachmann-Machnik, Anna; Bakshipour, Amin; u. a. (2019): „Messdatenbasierte Optimierung von Drosselabflüssen im Mischsystem: Poster vorgestellt auf dem Abwasserkolloquium 2019 - Ansprüche an die Siedlungswasserwirtschaft - Kernaufgaben versus weitergehende Anforderungen: 10.10.2019“. Stuttgart.
    4. Hügler, Michael; Krauss, Manuel; Stauder, Stefan; u. a. (2019): „Integrated water management in the Lurín catchment (Lima, Peru) - a case study for municipalities in the rural areas of the Andean mountains“. In: IWA (Hrsg.) Abstractbook. (Abstractbook), S. 73.
    5. Krauss, Manuel; Hügler, Michael; Kosow, Hannah; u. a. (2019a): „Developing water management concepts for supporting SDG 6 in the metropolitan area of Lima/Peru“. In: WATERSOLUTIONS. (WATERSOLUTIONS), (4), S. 36–43.
    6. Krauss, Manuel; Wasielewski, Stephan; Stauder, Stefan; u. a. (2019c): „Integrated water management and water reuse solutions for prosperous metropolitan regions tackling water scarcity“. In: IWA (Hrsg.) IWA Water Reuse 2019: Book of abstracts. (IWA Water Reuse 2019: Book of abstracts), S. 995--997.
    7. Krauss, Manuel; Wasielewski, Stephan; Minke, Ralf; u. a. (2019b): „Entwicklung von Trinkwasser- und Abwasserkonzepten in der Metropolregion Lima/Peru“. In: WASSERundAbfall. (WASSERundAbfall), 2019 (07–08), S. 46–52.
    8. León, Christian; Kosow, Hannah; Zahumensky, Yvonne; u. a. (2019): „Solutions and planning tools for water supply and wastewater management in prosperous regions tackling water scarcity“. In: adelphi (Hrsg.) Proceedings of the GRoW Midterm Conference: Frankfurt am Main, 20-21 February 2019. (Proceedings of the GRoW Midterm Conference: Frankfurt am Main, 20-21 February 2019), S. 28--31.
  2. 2018

    1. Blagodatsky, Sergey; Cadisch, Georg; Cotter, Marc; u. a. (2018a): „Land-use change“. In: Cadisch, Georg; Langenberger, Gerhard; Blagodatsky, Sergey (Hrsg.) An integrated assessment framework for natural rubber plantations. München: GRIN Verlag (An integrated assessment framework for natural rubber plantations), S. 59--61.
    2. Blagodatsky, Sergey; Cadisch, Georg; Cotter, Marc; u. a. (2018b): „Soil loss, water yields and carbon stocks“. In: Cadisch, Georg; Langenberger, Gerhard; Blagodatsky, Sergey (Hrsg.) An integrated assessment framework for natural rubber plantations. München: GRIN Verlag (An integrated assessment framework for natural rubber plantations), S. 62--69.
    3. Cotter, Marc; Blagodatsky, Sergey; Frör, Oliver; u. a. (2018): „A conceptional framework for the integration of inter- and transdisciplinary results“. In: Cadisch, Georg; Langenberger, Gerhard; Blagodatsky, Sergey (Hrsg.) An integrated assessment framework for natural rubber plantations. München: GRIN Verlag (An integrated assessment framework for natural rubber plantations), S. 46--50.
    4. Krauss, Manuel; Cotter, Marc; Blagodatsky, Sergey; u. a. (2018): „Used models and model integration“. In: Cadisch, Georg; Langenberger, Gerhard; Blagodatsky, Sergey (Hrsg.) An integrated assessment framework for natural rubber plantations. München: GRIN Verlag (An integrated assessment framework for natural rubber plantations), S. 50--57.
    5. Langenberger, Gerhard; Blagodatsky, Sergey; Krauss, Manuel; u. a. (2018): „Stakeholder defined rubber development scenarios“. In: Cadisch, Georg; Langenberger, Gerhard; Blagodatsky, Sergey (Hrsg.) An integrated assessment framework for natural rubber plantations. München: GRIN Verlag (An integrated assessment framework for natural rubber plantations), S. 44--45.
    6. Seitz, Lydia; Krauss, Manuel; Liu, Hongxi; u. a. (2018): „Rubber Cultivation in the Mekong Region - Water cycles, quality and habitat“. In: Cadisch, Georg; Langenberger, Gerhard; Blagodatsky, Sergey (Hrsg.) An integrated assessment framework for natural rubber plantations. München: GRIN Verlag (An integrated assessment framework for natural rubber plantations), S. 18--27.
    7. Steinmetz, Heidrun; Krauss, Manuel; Kuch, Bertram; u. a. (2018): „Entwicklung von Trinkwasserschutzkonzepten im vom Kautschukanbau beeinflussten ländlichen Raum Chinas“. In: Wasser und Abfall. (Wasser und Abfall), 05 , S. 14–19.
  3. 2017

    1. Krauss, Manuel; Seitz, Lydia; Azizi, Neda; u. a. (2017): „Mainstreaming biodiversity into water management“. 10th Sino-German Workshop on Biodiversity Conservation and Ecosystem Services, 06.07.2017. Bonn (10th Sino-German Workshop on Biodiversity Conservation and Ecosystem Services, 06.07.2017).
    2. Krauss, Manuel (2017): „Water protection zones for springs and rivers in rubber plantations, China“. In: Liniger, Hanspeter; Mektaschi Studer, Rima; Moll, Peter; u. a. (Hrsg.) Making sense of research for sustainable land management. Bern and Leipzig: Centre for Development and Environment (CDE), University of Bern and Helmholtz-Centre for Environmental Research GmbH - UFZ (Making sense of research for sustainable land management), S. 68--69.
  4. 2016

    1. Aenis, Thomas; Wang, Jue; Hofmann-Souki, Susanne; u. a. (2016): „Research-praxis integration in South China - the rocky road to implement strategies for sustainable rubber cultivation in the Mekong Region: Abstract in proceedings“. In: Wieprecht, Silke; Haun, Stefan; Weber, Karolin; u. a. (Hrsg.) River Sedimentation. London: CRC Press (River Sedimentation), S. 1343.
    2. Azizi, Neda; Kuch, Bertram; Krauss, Manuel; u. a. (2016a): „Seasonal occurrence of pesticides in a watershed of Xishuangbanna, Yunnan, China: Abstract“. In: World Agroforestry Centre East and Central Asia (Hrsg.) Sustainable rubber conference 2016. (Sustainable rubber conference 2016).
    3. Azizi, Neda; Seitz, Lydia; Krauss, Manuel; u. a. (2016b): „SURUMER -- Sustainable Rubber Cultivation in the Mekong Region - Development of Strategic Water Management Tool - Modeling Approach: Poster presentation“. 30. Trinkwasserkolloquium  Drei Jahrzehnte Entwicklung in Wasserversorgung und Gewässerschutz. 18.02.2016. Stuttgart/Germany (30. Trinkwasserkolloquium  Drei Jahrzehnte Entwicklung in Wasserversorgung und Gewässerschutz. 18.02.2016).
    4. Cierjacks, Arne; Hotes, Stefan; Krauss, Manuel (2016): „Contribution to Aichi-Targets from land management projects in China, Brazil, Vietnam and the Philippines: presentation: Landscape Day -- Mainstreaming biodiversity across sectors“. Conference of Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity, 13th meeting 05.12.2016. Cancun,~Mexico (Conference of Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity, 13th meeting 05.12.2016).
    5. Krauss, Manuel; Seitz, Lydia; Azizi, Neda; u. a. (2016): „Water management in tropical South China - The challenge of rubber monocultures: Poster presentation: Fair on experiences and best practices in Communication, Education and Public Awareness (CEPA-Fair)“. In: CBD COP 13 (Hrsg.) Thirteenth meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity. (Thirteenth meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity).
    6. Langenberger, Gerhard; Liu, Hongxi; Blagodatskiy, Sergey; u. a. (2016): „Managing rubber plantations towards improved water protection. Presentation and abstract in proceeding“. In: Wieprecht, Silke; Haun, Stefan; Weber, Karolin; u. a. (Hrsg.) River Sedimentation. London: CRC Press (River Sedimentation), S. 1344.
    7. Seitz, Lydia; Krauss, Manuel; Azizi, Neda; u. a. (2016a): „Reduction of fine sediment infiltration into rivers by implementing riparian buffer strips in an agricultural dominated area in Southwest China: Abstract in proceedings“. In: Wieprecht, Silke; Haun, Stefan; Weber, Karolin; u. a. (Hrsg.) River Sedimentation. London: CRC Press (River Sedimentation), S. 1344.
    8. Seitz, Lydia; Krauss, Manuel; Azizi, Neda; u. a. (2016b): „Riparian buffer strips as measures to reduce fine sediment infiltration into rivers in an agricultural dominated area in Southwest China: Abstract“. In: World Agroforestry Centre East and Central Asia (Hrsg.) Sustainable rubber conference 2016. (Sustainable rubber conference 2016).
    9. Thellmann, Kevin; Cotter, Marc; Krauss, Manuel; u. a. (2016): „SURUMER - Sustainable Rubber Cultivation in the Mekong Region Implementing Aichi Biodiversity Targets: Poster presentation: Fair on experiences and best practices in Communication, Education and Public Awareness (CEPA-Fair)“. In: CBD COP 13 (Hrsg.) Thirteenth meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity. (Thirteenth meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity).
  5. 2015

    1. Häuser, Inga; Martin, Konrad; Germer, Jörn; u. a. (2015): „Environmental and socio-economic impacts of rubber cultivation in the Mekong region: challenges for sustainable land use“. In: CAB Reviews: Perspectives in Agriculture, Veterinary Science, Nutrition and Natural Resources. (CAB Reviews: Perspectives in Agriculture, Veterinary Science, Nutrition and Natural Resources), 10 (027), S. 1--11, doi: 10.1079/PAVSNNR201510027.
  • Urban Drainage and Design of WWTP
  • Water Quality Management I: Exercises

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