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Identification and dynamic modeling of biomarkers for bacterial uptake and effect of sulfonamide antimicrobials
Richter, M. K., Focks, A., Siegfried, B., Rentsch, D., Krauss, M., Schwarzenbach, R. P., & Hollender, J. (2013). Identification and dynamic modeling of biomarkers for bacterial uptake and effect of sulfonamide antimicrobials. Environmental Pollution, 172, 208-215. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envpol.2012.09.011
Oxidative transformation of aromatic amines. Mechanistic insights from multielement stable isotope analyses
Skarpeli-Liati, M. (2012). Oxidative transformation of aromatic amines. Mechanistic insights from multielement stable isotope analyses (Doctoral dissertation). https://doi.org/10.3929/ethz-a-007549586
Nonextractable residues of sulfonamide antimicrobials in soil: formation mechanisms with organic matter and stability
Gulkowska, A. (2011). Nonextractable residues of sulfonamide antimicrobials in soil: formation mechanisms with organic matter and stability (Doctoral dissertation). https://doi.org/10.3929/ethz-a-007195878
Using nitrogen isotope fractionation to assess the oxidation of substituted anilines by manganese oxide
Skarpeli-Liati, M., Jiskra, M., Turgeon, A., Garr, A. N., Arnold, W. A., Cramer, C. J., … Hofstetter, T. B. (2011). Using nitrogen isotope fractionation to assess the oxidation of substituted anilines by manganese oxide. Environmental Science and Technology, 45(13), 5596-5604. https://doi.org/10.1021/es200743t
Quantifying in situ transformation rates of chlorinated ethenes by combining compound-specific stable isotope analysis, groundwater dating, and carbon isotope mass balances
Aeppli, C., Hofstetter, T. B., Amaral, H. I. F., Kipfer, R., Schwarzenbach, R. P., & Berg, M. (2010). Quantifying in situ transformation rates of chlorinated ethenes by combining compound-specific stable isotope analysis, groundwater dating, and carbon isotope mass balances. Environmental Science and Technology, 44(10), 3705-3711. https://doi.org/10.1021/es903895b
Risk assessment and mixture toxicity of organic micropollutants and their transformation products
Neuwöhner, J. (2010). Risk assessment and mixture toxicity of organic micropollutants and their transformation products (Doctoral dissertation). ETH Zürich, Zürich, 147 p.
Global water pollution and human health
Schwarzenbach, R. P., Egli, T., Hofstetter, T. B., von Gunten, U., & Wehrli, B. (2010). Global water pollution and human health. Annual Review of Environment and Resources, 35, 109-136. https://doi.org/10.1146/annurev-environ-100809-125342
Bioavailability of sulfonamide antimicrobials in soil : dominant sorption mechanisms and effect-based reaction in bacteria
Richter, M. K. (2009). Bioavailability of sulfonamide antimicrobials in soil : dominant sorption mechanisms and effect-based reaction in bacteria (Doctoral dissertation). https://doi.org/10.3929/ethz-a-006033075
Cation binding of antimicrobial sulfathiazole to Leonardite humic acid
Richter, M. K., Sander, M., Krauss, M., Christl, I., Dahinden, M. G., Schneider, M. K., & Schwarzenbach, R. P. (2009). Cation binding of antimicrobial sulfathiazole to Leonardite humic acid. Environmental Science and Technology, 43(17), 6632-6638. https://doi.org/10.1021/es900946u
pH-dependent sorption of acidic organic chemicals to soil organic matter
Tülp, H. C., Fenner, K., Schwarzenbach, R. P., & Goss, K. U. (2009). pH-dependent sorption of acidic organic chemicals to soil organic matter. Environmental Science and Technology, 43(24), 9189-9195. https://doi.org/10.1021/es902272j
Source area effects on herbicide losses to surface waters - a case study in the Swiss Plateau
Gomides Freitas, L., Singer, H., Müller, S. R., Schwarzenbach, R. P., & Stamm, C. (2008). Source area effects on herbicide losses to surface waters - a case study in the Swiss Plateau. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 128(3), 177-184. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.agee.2008.06.014
Input dynamics and fate in surface water of the herbicide metolachlor and of its highly mobile transformation product metolachlor ESA
Huntscha, S., Singer, H., Canonica, S., Schwarzenbach, R. P., & Fenner, K. (2008). Input dynamics and fate in surface water of the herbicide metolachlor and of its highly mobile transformation product metolachlor ESA. Environmental Science and Technology, 42(15), 5507-5513. https://doi.org/10.1021/es800395c
Experimental determination of LSER parameters for a set of 76 diverse pesticides and pharmaceuticals
Tülp, H. C., Goss, K. U., Schwarzenbach, R. P., & Fenner, K. (2008). Experimental determination of LSER parameters for a set of 76 diverse pesticides and pharmaceuticals. Environmental Science and Technology, 42(6), 2034-2040. https://doi.org/10.1021/es702473f
Dissipation and transport of veterinary sulfonamide antibiotics after manure application to grassland in a small catchment
Stoob, K., Singer, H. P., Mueller, S. R., Schwarzenbach, R. P., & Stamm, C. H. (2007). Dissipation and transport of veterinary sulfonamide antibiotics after manure application to grassland in a small catchment. Environmental Science and Technology, 41(21), 7349-7355. https://doi.org/10.1021/es070840e
Using nitrogen isotope fractionation to assess abiotic reduction of nitroaromatic compounds
Hartenbach, A., Hofstetter, T. B., Berg, M., Bolotin, J., & Schwarzenbach, R. P. (2006). Using nitrogen isotope fractionation to assess abiotic reduction of nitroaromatic compounds. Environmental Science and Technology, 40(24), 7710-7716. https://doi.org/10.1021/es061074z
The challenge of micropollutants in aquatic systems
Schwarzenbach, R. P., Escher, B. I., Fenner, K., Hofstetter, T. B., Johnson, C. A., von Gunten, U., & Wehrli, B. (2006). The challenge of micropollutants in aquatic systems. Science, 313(5790), 1072-1077. https://doi.org/10.1126/science.1127291