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Prioritization of active pharmaceutical ingredients in hospital wastewater
Daouk, S., Chèvre, N., Vernaz, N., Daali, Y., & Fleury-Souverain, S. (2018). Prioritization of active pharmaceutical ingredients in hospital wastewater. In P. Verlicchi (Ed.), Handbook of environmental chemistry: Vol. 60. Hospital wastewaters (pp. 49-69). https://doi.org/10.1007/698_2017_14
Organic micropollutant control
Siegrist, H., Joss, A., Boehler, M., McArdell, C. S., & Ternes, T. (2018). Organic micropollutant control. In G. Mannina, G. Ekama, H. Ødegaard, & G. Olsson (Eds.), Advances in wastewater treatment (pp. 231-260). London: IWA Publishing.
Characterization of substrate, cosubstrate, and product isotope effects associated with enzymatic oxygenations of organic compounds based on compound-specific isotope analysis
Pati, S. G., Kohler, H. P. E., & Hofstetter, T. B. (2017). Characterization of substrate, cosubstrate, and product isotope effects associated with enzymatic oxygenations of organic compounds based on compound-specific isotope analysis. In M. E. Harris & V. E. Anderson (Eds.), Methods in enzymology: Vol. 596. Measurement and analysis of kinetic isotope effects (pp. 291-329). https://doi.org/10.1016/bs.mie.2017.06.044
Nontarget Analysis of Environmental Samples Based on Liquid Chromatography Coupled to High Resolution Mass Spectrometry (LC-HRMS)
Gago-Ferrero, P., Schymanski, E. L., Hollender, J., & Thomaidis, N. S. (2016). Nontarget Analysis of Environmental Samples Based on Liquid Chromatography Coupled to High Resolution Mass Spectrometry (LC-HRMS). In Comprehensive Analytical Chemistry (p. 23 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1016/bs.coac.2016.01.012
Statistical approaches for LC-HRMS data to characterize, prioritize, and identify transformation products from water treatment processes
Schollée, J., Schymanski, E. L., & Hollender, J. (2016). Statistical approaches for LC-HRMS data to characterize, prioritize, and identify transformation products from water treatment processes. In J. E. Drewes,J.E. & T. Letzel (Eds.), ACS Symposium Series: Vol. 1241. Assessing transformation products of chemicals by non-target and suspect screening – strategies and workflows. https://doi.org/10.1021/bk-2016-1241.ch004
Unravelling the impacts of micropollutants in aquatic ecosystems: interdisciplinary studies at the interface of large-scale ecology
Stamm, C., Räsänen, K., Burdon, F. J., Altermatt, F., Jokela, J., Joss, A., … Eggen, R. I. L. (2016). Unravelling the impacts of micropollutants in aquatic ecosystems: interdisciplinary studies at the interface of large-scale ecology. In A. J. Dumbrell, R. L. Kordas, & G. Woodward (Eds.), Advances in Ecological Research: Vol. 55. Large-Scale Ecology: Model Systems to Global Perspectives (pp. 183-223). https://doi.org/10.1016/bs.aecr.2016.07.002
A hybrid machine learning and knowledge based approach to limit combinatorial explosion in biodegradation prediction
Wicker, J., Fenner, K., & Kramer, S. (2016). A hybrid machine learning and knowledge based approach to limit combinatorial explosion in biodegradation prediction. In J. Lässig, K. Kersting, & K. Morik (Eds.), Studies in Computational Intelligence: Vol. 645. Computational Sustainability (pp. 75-97). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-31858-5_5
Water quality analysis: Detection, fate, and behaviour, of selected trace organic pollutants at managed aquifer recharge sites
Ernst, M., Hein, A., Asmin, J., Krauss, M., Fink, G., Hollender, J., … McArdell, C. S. (2012). Water quality analysis: Detection, fate, and behaviour, of selected trace organic pollutants at managed aquifer recharge sites. In C. Kazner, T. Wintgens, & P. Dillon (Eds.), Water reclamation technologies for safe managed aquifer recharge (pp. 197-225). London: IWA Publishing.
Current perspectives on the mechanisms of chlorohydrocarbon degradation in subsurface environments: Insight from kinetics, product formation, probe molecules, and isotope fractionation
Elsner, M., & Hofstetter, T. B. (2011). Current perspectives on the mechanisms of chlorohydrocarbon degradation in subsurface environments: Insight from kinetics, product formation, probe molecules, and isotope fractionation. In P. G. Tratnyek, T. Grundl, & S. B. Haderlein (Eds.), Vol. 1071. Aquatic Redox Chemistry (pp. 407-439). https://doi.org/10.1021/bk-2011-1071.ch019
Fe<SUP>2+</SUP> sorption at the Fe oxide-water interface: a revised conceptual framework
Gorski, C. A., & Scherrer, M. M. (2011). Fe2+ sorption at the Fe oxide-water interface: a revised conceptual framework. In P. G. Tratnyek, T. J. Grundl, & S. B. Haderlein (Eds.), ACS Symposium Series: Vol. 1071. Aquatic redox chemistry (pp. 315-343). https://doi.org/10.1021/bk-2011-1071.ch015
Assessment of micropollutants from municipal wastewater - combination of exposure and ecotoxicological effect data for Switzerland
Kase, R., Eggen, R. I. L., Junghans, M., Götz, C., & Hollender, J. (2011). Assessment of micropollutants from municipal wastewater - combination of exposure and ecotoxicological effect data for Switzerland. In F. S. García Einschlag (Ed.), Waste Water - Evaluation and Management (p. 26 pp.). Retrieved from http://www.intechopen.com/books/waste-water-evaluation-and-management
Redox properties of structural Fe in smectite clay minerals
Neumann, A., Sander, M., & Hofstetter, T. B. (2011). Redox properties of structural Fe in smectite clay minerals. In P. G. Tratnyek, T. J. Grundl, & S. B. Haderlein (Eds.), ACS Symposium Series: Vol. 1071. Aquatic redox chemistry (pp. 361-379). https://doi.org/10.1021/bk-2011-1071.ch017
Quantitative mass flows of selected xenobiotics in urban waters and waste water treatment plants
Bester, K., McArdell, C. S., Wahlberg, C., & Bucheli, T. D. (2010). Quantitative mass flows of selected xenobiotics in urban waters and waste water treatment plants. In D. Fatta-Kassinos, K. Bester, & K. Kümmerer (Eds.), Environmental Pollution: Vol. 16. Xenobiotics in the urban water cycle. Mass flows, environmental processes, mitigation and treatment strategies (pp. 3-26). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-90-481-3509-7_1
The challenge of the identification and quantification of transformation products in the aquatic environment using high resolution mass spectrometry
Hollender, J., Singer, H., Hernando, D., Kosjek, T., & Heath, E. (2010). The challenge of the identification and quantification of transformation products in the aquatic environment using high resolution mass spectrometry. In D. Fatta-Kassinos, K. Bester, & K. Kümmerer (Eds.), Vol. 16. Xenobiotics in the Urban Water Cycle. Mass Flows, Environmental Processes, Mitigation and Treatment Strategies (pp. 195-211). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-90-481-3509-7_11
Predicting the ecotoxicological effects of transformation products
Escher, B. I., Baumgartner, R., Lienert, J., & Fenner, K. (2009). Predicting the ecotoxicological effects of transformation products. In A. B. A. Boxall (Ed.), The handbook of environmental chemistry: Vol. 2. Transformation products of synthetic chemicals in the environment (pp. 205-244). https://doi.org/10.1007/698_2_015
Removal of selected organic micropollutants from WWTP effluent with powdered activated carbon and retention by nanofiltration
Lehnberg, K., Kovalova, L., Kazner, C., Wintgens, T., Schettgen, T., Melin, T., … Dott, W. (2009). Removal of selected organic micropollutants from WWTP effluent with powdered activated carbon and retention by nanofiltration. In Y. J. Kim, U. Platt, M. B. Gu, & H. Iwahashi (Eds.), Vol. 2. Atmospheric and Biological Environmental Monitoring (pp. 161-178). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4020-9674-7_10
Modelling environmental exposure to transformation products of organic chemicals
Fenner, K., Schenker, U., & Scheringer, M. (2008). Modelling environmental exposure to transformation products of organic chemicals. In A. B. A. Boxall (Ed.), The handbook of environmental chemistry: Vol. 2. Transformation products of synthetic chemicals in the environment (pp. 121-149). https://doi.org/10.1007/698_2_013
Exposure assessment methods for veterinary and human use medicines in the environment: PEC vs MEC comparisons
Metcalfe, C. D., Alder, A. C., Halling-Sørensen, B., Krogh, K. A., Fenner, K., Larsbo, M., … Boxall, A. B. A. (2008). Exposure assessment methods for veterinary and human use medicines in the environment: PEC vs MEC comparisons. In K. Kümmerer (Ed.), Pharmaceuticals in the Environment: Sources, Fate, Effects and Risks, (pp. 147-171). Berlin: Springer.
Exposure assessment of veterinary medicines in aquatic systems
Metcalfe, C. D., Boxall, A. B. A., Fenner, K., Kolpin, D., Servos, M., Silberhorn, E., & Staveley, J. (2008). Exposure assessment of veterinary medicines in aquatic systems. In M. Crane, A. B. A. Boxall, & K. Barrett (Eds.), Veterinary medicines in the environment (pp. 57-96). Boca Raton, FL, USA: CRC Press.
Consumption and occurrence
Alder, A. C., Bruchet, A., Carballa, M., Clara, M., Joss, A., Löffler, D., … Ternes, T. A. (2006). Consumption and occurrence. In T. A. Ternes & A. Joss (Eds.), Human pharmaceuticals, hormones and fragrances. The challenge of micropollutants in urban water management (pp. 15-54). London, UK: IWA Publishing.