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Playing the rain: a chess-based rating algorithm for the performance assessment of real-time control in urban drainage networks
Garbani-Marcantini, L., Cereghetti, G., Muschalla, D., Regneri, M., Schegg, S., & Rieckermann, J. (2017). Playing the rain: a chess-based rating algorithm for the performance assessment of real-time control in urban drainage networks (p. (8 pp.). Presented at the 14th IWA/IAHR International conference on urban drainage (ICUD). CZWA; CTU.
Substance flow analysis as a tool for mitigating the impact of pharmaceuticals on the aquatic system
Chèvre, N., Coutu, S., Margot, J., Wynn, H. K., Bader, H. P., Scheidegger, R., & Rossi, L. (2013). Substance flow analysis as a tool for mitigating the impact of pharmaceuticals on the aquatic system. Water Research, 47(9), 2995-3005. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.watres.2013.03.004
Dynamic substance flow analysis of rainfall-mobilized micropollutants
Staufer, P., Mutzner, L., & Ort, C. (2012). Dynamic substance flow analysis of rainfall-mobilized micropollutants. In D. Prodanović & J. Plavšić (Eds.), Urban drainage modelling. Proceedings of the ninth international conference on urban drainage modelling (p. (14 pp.). Faculty of Civil Engineering, University of Belgrade.
Micropollutant mass flow in urban receiving waters
Musolff, A., Leschik, S., Strauch, G., & Schirmer, M. (2011). Micropollutant mass flow in urban receiving waters. In M. Schirmer, E. Hoehn, & T. Vogt (Eds.), IAHS publication: Vol. 342. GQ10: groundwater quality management in a rapidly changing world. Proceedings of the seventh international groundwater quality conference held in Zurich, Switzerland, 13–18 June 2010 (pp. 59-62). International Association of Hydrological Sciences.
Loss rates of urban biocides can exceed those of agricultural pesticides
Wittmer, I. K., Scheidegger, R., Bader, H. P., Singer, H., & Stamm, C. (2011). Loss rates of urban biocides can exceed those of agricultural pesticides. Science of the Total Environment, 409(5), 920-932. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2010.11.031
Significance of urban and agricultural land use for biocide and pesticide dynamics in surface waters
Wittmer, I. K., Bader, H. P., Scheidegger, R., Singer, H., Lück, A., Hanke, I., … Stamm, C. (2010). Significance of urban and agricultural land use for biocide and pesticide dynamics in surface waters. Water Research, 44(9), 2850-2862. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.watres.2010.01.030
Combining urine separation with waste design: an analysis using a stochastic model for urine production
Rauch, W., Brockmann, D., Peters, I., Larsen, T. A., & Gujer, W. (2003). Combining urine separation with waste design: an analysis using a stochastic model for urine production. Water Research, 37(3), 681-689. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0043-1354(02)00364-0
REBEKA–a software tool for planning urban drainage on the basis of predicted impacts on receiving waters
Rauch, W., Krejci, V., & Gujer, W. (2002). REBEKA–a software tool for planning urban drainage on the basis of predicted impacts on receiving waters. Urban Water, 4(4), 355-361. https://doi.org/10.1016/S1462-0758(02)00021-3
Short-term toxicity of NH<SUB>3</SUB> and low oxygen to benthic macroinvertebrates of running waters and conclusions for wet weather water pollution control measures
Gammeter, S., & Frutiger, A. (1990). Short-term toxicity of NH3 and low oxygen to benthic macroinvertebrates of running waters and conclusions for wet weather water pollution control measures. Water Science and Technology, 22(10-11), 291-296. https://doi.org/10.2166/wst.1990.0319