Dr. rer. nat Karoline Morling

  • Institute for Water and Environment
    Department of Water Quality Management
    Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
    Building 50.31
    Gotthard-Franz-Str. 3
    76131 Karlsruhe



  • River Basin Modeling


Modeling of regionalized emissions - MoRE

Dissertation Topic: Import and decomposition of dissolved organic carbon in pre-dams of drinking water reservoirs (University of Potsdam, 2017)


Ongoing Research projects :


Completed research projects


Morling, K.; Fuchs, S.; Krumm, J.; Haag, I. (2024):
Zusammenführung der bundesweiten Modellierung von Wasserhaushalt (LARSIM-ME) und Stoffeinträgen (MoRE). UBA Texte | 37/2024. Umweltbundesamt. Online verfügbar unter:

Morling, K.; Fuchs, S. (2021):
Modelling copper emissions from antifouling paints applied on leisure boats into German water bodies. Environmental Pollution 289. 117961.

Bolius, S.; Morling, K.; Wiedner, C.; Weithoff, G. (2020):
Genetic Identity and Herbivory Drive the Invasion of a Common Aquatic Microbial Invader. Frontiers in Microbiology.

Morling, K., Raeke, J., Kamjunke, N., Reemtsma, T., Tittel, J. (2017):
Tracing aquatic priming effect during microbial decomposition of terrestrial dissolved organic carbon in chemostat experiments. Microbial Ecology.

Morling, K., Herzsprung, P., Kamjunke, N., (2017):
Discharge determines production of, decomposition of and quality changes in dissolved organic carbon in pre-dams of drinking water reservoirs. Science of the Total Environment 577, 329-339.

Morling, K., Kamjunke, N., Tittel, J., (2016):
A simplified method of recovering CO2 from bacterioplankton respiration for isotopic analysis. Journal of Microbiological Methods 121, 8-10.