Friedhart Knolle

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Friedhart Wilhelm Günter Hans Knolle (born September 22, 1955 in Goslar ) is a German geologist and conservationist.


After studying geology at Clausthal University of Technology , he initially worked in the private sector and on a voluntary basis for regional environmental associations. From 1990 Friedhart Knolle was involved in various functions in the development work of the Harz National Park, for example from 1990-1992 as spokesman for the BUND association project "Harz National Park". Since 1992 he has been press spokesman for the national park planning group of the Lower Saxony Ministry of the Environment and from 1994 head of public relations, education and recreation at the Harz national park administration, based in Sankt Andreasberg-Oderhaus. Friedhart Knolle has been press spokesman and representative for marketing and regional development as well as the Harz - Braunschweiger Land - Ostfalen Geopark of the merged Harz National Park with headquarters in Wernigerode since 2006 . Knolle is also chairman of the transnational society for the promotion of the Harz National Park

In 2008 Friedhart Knolle received his doctorate from the Faculty of Life Sciences at the Technical University of Braunschweig with the dissertation A contribution to the occurrence and origin of uranium in German mineral and tap water .

Friedhart Knolle is u. a. Member of the Association of German Cave and Karst Researchers eV , the Working Group for Karst Studies Harz eV, the Harz Region Tracking Association and the Harz Association for History and Archeology


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Individual evidence

  1. Friedhart Knolle: A contribution to the occurrence and origin of uranium in German mineral and tap water . JKI, Quedlinburg 2009, ISBN 978-3-930037-52-0 ( PDF, 8.7 MB - dissertation).
  2. Benno Wolf Prize at