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Ladwig R., Matta E., Furusato E., Kirillin G., Hinkelmann R., Hupfer M. (2017). Model-based assessment of urban water management strategies for a shallow dimictic lake.



Zhang, Q., Aljoumani, B., Hilebrand,G., Hoggmann,T. & Hinkelmann,R. (2017). Forecasting monthly inflow discharge of the Iffezheim reservoir using data-driven models.





Herrero, S., Singer, G.A., Gessner, M.O., Casper, P. (2018). Mineralization of sediment organic matter to CH4 and CO2 in urban fresh water bodies.


Herrero, S., Romero-Gonzalez-Quijano, C., Casper, P., Kleinschmit, B., Singer, G.A., Gessner, M.O. (2018). Methane emissions from urban freshwaters: spatio-temporal patterns, environmental drivers and the footprint of a metropolitan area.


Herrero Ortega,S., Romero González-Quijano,C., Casper, P.,Kleinschmith ,B., Singer,G.A. & Gessner,M.O. (2018). Spatio-temporal patterns in methane emissions from temperate urban fresh waters.


Marx,C., Soulsby,C., Hinkelmann,R. & Tetzlaff,D. (2020). Using stable isotopes to understand water flow paths and ages in complex urban catchments.


Gillefalk,M., Tetzlaff,D., Hinkelmann,R., Kuhlemann,L-M., Smith,A., Meier,F. & Soulsby,C. (2020). Quantifying the effects of urban vegetation on water partitioning in complex cityscapes: the potential of isotope-based ecohydrological models.


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