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Environmental Physics, ETH Zurich; Desert Research Institute, Verified email at crypto-mmm.com - Homepage Vadose zone journal 2 (4), , Groundwater. HS. 3 G. 4. River Basin Erosion. HS. 2 G. 3. Environmental Soil Physics/Vadose Zone Hydrology HS 2G+2U. Studies Evaporation, Hydrology, and Fluid flow in porous media. Turbulent Flows, Heat and Mass Transfer, Vadose zone hydrology, and Porous Media.