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Freely dissolved organochlorine pesticides (OCPs) and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) along the Indus River Pakistan: spatial pattern and risk assessment
Sohail, M., Ali Musstjab Akber Shah Eqani, S., Bokhari, H., Zaffar Hashmi, M., Ali, N., Alamdar, A., … Lohmann, R. (2022). Freely dissolved organochlorine pesticides (OCPs) and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) along the Indus River Pakistan: spatial pattern and risk assessment. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11356-022-20418-4
How widespread is fluoride contamination of Ghana's groundwater?
Araya, D., Podgorski, J., & Berg, M. (2022). How widespread is fluoride contamination of Ghana's groundwater? Water Science Policy (4 pp.). https://doi.org/10.53014/OGJS9699
Iodide sources in the aquatic environment and its fate during oxidative water treatment - a critical review
MacKeown, H., von Gunten, U., & Criquet, J. (2022). Iodide sources in the aquatic environment and its fate during oxidative water treatment - a critical review. Water Research, 217, 118417 (21 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.watres.2022.118417
Geogenic manganese and iron in groundwater of Southeast Asia and Bangladesh - machine learning spatial prediction modeling and comparison with arsenic
Podgorski, J., Araya, D., & Berg, M. (2022). Geogenic manganese and iron in groundwater of Southeast Asia and Bangladesh - machine learning spatial prediction modeling and comparison with arsenic. Science of the Total Environment, 833, 155131 (11 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2022.155131
Variable <sup>222</sup>Rn emanation rates in an alluvial aquifer: limits on using <sup>222</sup>Rn as a tracer of surface water – Groundwater interactions
Peel, M., Kipfer, R., Hunkeler, D., & Brunner, P. (2022). Variable 222Rn emanation rates in an alluvial aquifer: limits on using 222Rn as a tracer of surface water – Groundwater interactions. Chemical Geology, 599, 120829 (12 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chemgeo.2022.120829
Inputs of disinfection by-products to the marine environment from various industrial activities: comparison to natural production
Grote, M., Boudenne, J. L., Croué, J. P., Escher, B. I., von Gunten, U., Hahn, J., … Ziegler, G. (2022). Inputs of disinfection by-products to the marine environment from various industrial activities: comparison to natural production. Water Research, 217, 118383 (9 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.watres.2022.118383
Reaction and transformation of antibacterial agents with aqueous chlorine under relevant water treatment conditions
Huang, C. H., Dodd, M. C., & Shah, A. D. (2007). Reaction and transformation of antibacterial agents with aqueous chlorine under relevant water treatment conditions. In D. S. Aga (Ed.), Fate of pharmaceuticals in the environment and in water treatment systems (pp. 261-289). https://doi.org/10.1201/9781420052336
M. Schirmer, C. Moeck: «Wir wollen Grundlagen für ein Grundwassermangement entwickeln»
Schirmer, M., Moeck, C., & Bucheli, M. (2022). M. Schirmer, C. Moeck: «Wir wollen Grundlagen für ein Grundwassermangement entwickeln». Aqua & Gas, 102(4), 10-13.
Transport von Pflanzenschutzmitteln. Identifizierung von Transportprozessen in Gewässern anhand von Monitoringstudien
la Cecilia, D., Schönenberger, U., Dax, A., Singer, H., Stamm, C., Koster, M., … Minkowski, C. (2022). Transport von Pflanzenschutzmitteln. Identifizierung von Transportprozessen in Gewässern anhand von Monitoringstudien. Aqua & Gas, 102(4), 68-74.
Do downwelling streams have a natural attenuation potential for perfluorinated chemicals?
Hoehn, E., Plumlee, M. H., & Reinhard, M. (2008). Do downwelling streams have a natural attenuation potential for perfluorinated chemicals? In C. Abesser, T. Wagener, & G. Nuetzmann (Eds.), IAHS-AISH Publication: Vol. 321. Groundwater-surface water interaction: process understanding, conceptualization and modelling. Proceedings of symposium HS1002 at IUGG2007 (pp. 141-147). IAHS Press.
Oxidation processes in water treatment: options and limitations for micropollutant elimination
Von Gunten, U. (2008). Oxidation processes in water treatment: options and limitations for micropollutant elimination. In Preprints of extended abstracts: Vol. 48. American Chemical Society. Division of Environmental Chemistry. Preprints of extended abstracts (pp. 496-500). American Chemical Society.
Iron and manganese mobilisation due to dam height increase for a tropical reservoir in South East Asia
Gӧdeke, S. H., Jamil, H., Schirmer, M., Bretzler, A., Shamsuddin, N., & Mansor, N. H. (2022). Iron and manganese mobilisation due to dam height increase for a tropical reservoir in South East Asia. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 194, 358 (15 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10661-022-10014-x
Assessing abiotic reduction of nitroaromatic groundwater contaminants in using compound-specific stable isotope analysis
Hofstetter, T. B., Hartenbach, A. E., Neumann, A., Sander, M., Berg, M., Arnold, W. A., … Schwarzenbach, R. P. (2008). Assessing abiotic reduction of nitroaromatic groundwater contaminants in using compound-specific stable isotope analysis. In Preprints of extended abstracts: Vol. 48. American Chemical Society. Division of Environmental Chemistry. Preprints of extended abstracts (pp. 501-505). American Chemical Society.
Removal of low molecular weight organics from natural surface water by nanofiltration
Meylan, S., Hammes, F., Traber, J., Salhi, E., Von Gunten, U., & Pronk, W. (2006). Removal of low molecular weight organics from natural surface water by nanofiltration. In Water quality technology conference and exposition 2006: taking water quality to new heights (pp. 963-967).
As(III) oxidation by chlorine and ozone: using kinetics measurements to model reactions during treatment of natural waters
Dodd, M., Duy Vu, N., Chieu Le, V., Berg, M., & Von Gunten, U. (2006). As(III) oxidation by chlorine and ozone: using kinetics measurements to model reactions during treatment of natural waters. In Water quality technology conference and exposition 2006: taking water quality to new heights (pp. 464-471). American Water Works Association WQTC.
Oxidative treatment of steroid estrogens in water: formation of oxidation products and change of estrogenic activity
Lee, Y., & Von Gunten, U. (2006). Oxidative treatment of steroid estrogens in water: formation of oxidation products and change of estrogenic activity. In Water quality technology conference and exposition 2006: taking water quality to new heights (pp. 519-526). American Water Works Association WQTC.
Effect of cetyltrimethylammonium chloride on various <em>Escherichia coli</em> strains and their inactivation kinetics by ozone and monochloramine
Voumard, M., Breider, F., & von Gunten, U. (2022). Effect of cetyltrimethylammonium chloride on various Escherichia coli strains and their inactivation kinetics by ozone and monochloramine. Water Research, 216, 118278 (12 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.watres.2022.118278
Simulating environmental tracer transport in unsaturated-saturated porous media
Onnis, G. A., Althaus, R., Klump, S., Hendricks Franssen, H. J. W. M., Stauffer, F., & Kinzelbach, W. (2006). Simulating environmental tracer transport in unsaturated-saturated porous media. In M. F. P. Bierkens, J. C. Gehrels, & K. Kovar (Eds.), IAHS-AISH Publication: Vol. 304. Calibration and reliability in groundwater modelling: from uncertainty to decision making (pp. 38-45). International Association of Hydrological Sciences.
Modeling wind erosion events - bridging the gap between digital soil mapping and digital soil risk assessment
Reuter, H. I., Rodriguez Lado, L., Hengl, T., & Montanarella, L. (2010). Modeling wind erosion events - bridging the gap between digital soil mapping and digital soil risk assessment. In J. L. Boettinger, D. W. Howell, A. C. Moore, A. E. Hartemink, & S. Kienast-Brown (Eds.), Progress in soil science: Vol. 2. Digital soil mapping. Bridging research, environmental application, and operation (pp. 281-293). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-90-481-8863-5_23
Consumer concerns about drinking water in an area with high levels of naturally occurring arsenic in groundwater, and the implications for managing health risks
Leventon, J., & Hug, S. (2012). Consumer concerns about drinking water in an area with high levels of naturally occurring arsenic in groundwater, and the implications for managing health risks. In P. Bhattacharya, I. Rosborg, A. Sandhi, C. Hayes, & M. J. Benoliel (Eds.), Metals and related substances in drinking water. COST Action 637. Proceedings of the 4th international conference (pp. 34-40). IWA Publishing.
 

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