Moreen Willaredt

Moreen Heiner started her fellowship on October 1st, 2016 in Prof. Dr. Gerd Wessolek 's research group "Soil Protection" at Faculty VI, now Institute of Ecology, Dept. Ecohydrology and Landscape Evaluation

Research Project: "Modelling hydraulic properties of artificial soil-like substrates, made from wastes"


Mailing Address
Technische Universität Berlin
Institute of Ecology
Dept. Ecohydrology and Landscape Evaluation
Sekr. BH 8-1
Ernst-Reuter-Platz 1
D - 10587 Berlin

BH-N Gebäude / 8. Etage

Raum 819
Ernst-Reuter-Platz 1
Berlin - Charlottenburg

Hompage at Research Group

Ulrich, S.; Willaredt, M.; Nehls, T. & van Schaik, L., (2020). Do earthworms (D. veneta) influence plant-available water in technogenic soil-like substrate from bricks and compost?. Soils ad Sediments. 1-12. doi: 10.1007/s11368-020-02772-3
Willaredt, M. and Nehls, T. (2020): Investigation of water retention functions of artificial soil-like substrates for a range of mixing ratios of two components. Journal of Soils and Sediments.
Conferences and Summer Schools
2020 Urban Soils Symposium, Soils: The Living Fabric of Health, Video Contribution
EGU2020 „Development of plant-available water in soil-like substrate derived from urban wastes and processed by earthworm Dendrobaena veneta"
Willaredt, M. (2018): Modelling hydraulic properties of soil-like substrates upcycled from waste materials. (Poster) ISMC Conference, Wageningen, Niederlande.
DBG Conference of Commission on Soil Physics, TU Braunschweig, Poster Presentation, September 2018
Wessolek, G. and Heiner, M. (2017): Predicting water supply and actual evapotranspiration of street trees by Hydro-Pedotransfer-Functions (HPTFs). (Poster) EGU 2017. Wien, Österreich.
Lasst uns reden! Aus Liebe zum Boden. Umweltbundesamt und agrathaer GmbH, Berlin, October 2016
Summer School on Flow and Transport in Terrestrial Systems, TU Clausthal, September 2016
Attica Training School Urban Agriculture, Agricultural University of Athens, November 2015