expert on reactive transport in groundwater and multiphase flow
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Dr. Annemieke Marsman works as a senior geohydrologist on soil and groundwater quality. Modeling transport of groundwater contamination, multiphase flow and smart monitoring are her specialties. She was project manager for the projects on megasite approach on groundwater contamination in the harbor of Rotterdam, project manager on groundwater remediation for the foundation on remediation for Dutch railways and coordinator of the PIB (Partners for International Business) program soil in China.
Furthermore, she worked on risk analysis on subsurface storage within several projects (gasoil storage in salt caverns, injection of wastewater in gas reservoirs, abandonment of gas fields in Alberta) as a multiphase flow expert.
At the moment she focuses on the energy transition and the consequences of abandoning gas fields and using empty gas fields and salt caverns for storage.
|2003 - 2007||TNO||Senior advisor/researcher Groundwater quality|
|2007 - Present||Deltares||Senior advisor/researcher Groundwater quality|
Subsidence analyses of the New Orleans urban area
New Orleans, 2012-present
Positions held: subsidence researcher
Main project features: Analyses of subsidence components in the city of New Orleans
Activities performed: field data collecting, identifying components in total subsidence signal, calculating future subsidence rates, co-organising a workshop for the local government.
The transport behaviour of elemental mercury DNAPL in saturated porous media: Analysis of field observations and two-phase flow modelling
Thomas Sweijen, Niels Hartog, Annemieke Marsman, Thomas JS Keijzer The transport behaviour of elemental mercury DNAPL in saturated porous media: Analysis of field observations and two-phase flow modelling, Journal of contaminant hydrology, Volume 161, 24-34
Bow-tie risk assessment combining causes and effects applied to gas oil storage in an abandoned salt cavern
Karin van Thienen-Visser, Dimmie Hendriks, Annemieke Marsman, Manuel Nepveu, Remco Groenenberg, Ton Wildenborg, Hans van Duijne, Marinus den Hartogh, Tobias Pinkse Bow-tie risk assessment combining causes and effects applied to gas oil storage in an abandoned salt cavern, Engineering Geology, Volume 168, 149-166, 2014
|2013 - 2017||Coordinator PIB (Partners for International Business) Soil in China||As a coordinator she co-organized several workshops in Shanghai and Guangzhou for Dutch and Chinese authorities and companies in the field of groundwater and soil remediation to establish cooperation.|