Born 1959. Associate Professor at the Department of Geography and Geology, University of Copenhagen. MSc CENG (1985) and PhD (1991), Technical University of Denmark, MSc CENG (1986), University of Washington, USA. Currently involved in national and EU-funded research projects on groundwater-stream interactions, submarine groundwater discharge and saltwater intrusion, isotope hydrology and age dating of groundwater, and hydrology and hydrochemistry of seepage lakes. Currently main supervisor for 5 PhD students. More than 60 scientific contributions, of these 33 in international peer-reviewed journals (440 ISI citations) and two contributions to books.
Three recent and relevant papers: Jensen, J.K. and P. Engesgaard, (2011) Non-uniform groundwater discharge across a stream bed: Heat as a tracer, Vadose Zone J., 10, 98-109, doi:10.2136/vzj2010.005.
Kidmose, J., P. Engesgaard, B. Nilsson, T. Laier, and M.C. Looms, (2011), Spatial distribution of seepage at a flow through lake: Lake Hampen, Western Denmark, Vadose Zone J., 10, 110-124, doi:10.2136/vzj2010.0017
Duque, C, M.L. Calvache, P. Engesgaard, (2010), Investigating river-aquifer relations using water temperature in an anthropized environment (Motril-Salobreña aquifer), J. Hydrol., 381, 121-133.