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Jonas L. Schaper and Wiebke Seher and Gunnar Nützmann and Anke Putschew and Martin Jekel and Jörg Lewandowski (2018). The fate of polar trace organic compounds in the hyporheic zone. Water Research, 158 - 166.

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Geert Aschermann and Frederik Zietzschmann and Martin Jekel (2018). Influence of dissolved organic matter and activated carbon pore characteristics on organic micropollutant desorption. Water Research, 123 - 131.

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Geert Aschermann and Lino Neubert and Frederik Zietzschmann and Martin Jekel (2019). Impact of different DOM size fractions on the desorption of organic micropollutants from activated carbon. Water Research, 161 - 170.

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Mikael Gillefalk and Wolf M. Mooij and Sven Teurlincx and Annette B.G. Janssen and Jan H. Janse and Manqi Chang and Jan Köhler and Sabine Hilt (2019). Modelling induced bank filtration effects on freshwater ecosystems to ensure sustainable drinking water production. Water Research, 19 - 29.

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Geert Aschermann and Azam Jeihanipour and Junjie Shen and Godfrey Mkongo and Laure Dramas and Jean-Philippe Croué and Andrea Schäfer (2016). Seasonal variation of organic matter concentration and characteristics in the Maji ya Chai River (Tanzania): Impact on treatability by ultrafiltration. Water Research, 370 - 381.

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Despot, Daneish and Reinhold, Luisa and Augustyniak, Adrian and Barjenbruch, Matthias (2021). Dosing Free Nitrous Acid as an Alternative Sulphide Control Technology for Pressure Sewers in Germany. Water

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Ladwig, Robert and Furusato, Eiichi and Kirillin, Georgiy and Hinkelmann, Reinhard and Hupfer, Michael (2018). Climate Change Demands Adaptive Management of Urban Lakes: Model-Based Assessment of Management Scenarios for Lake Tegel (Berlin, Germany). Water

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Gillefalk, Mikael and Massmann, Gudrun and Nützmann, Gunnar and Hilt, Sabine (2018). Potential Impacts of Induced Bank Filtration on Surface Water Quality: A Conceptual Framework for Future Research. Water, 1240.

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Broecker, Tabea and Teuber, Katharina and Sobhi Gollo, Vahid and Nützmann, Gunnar and Lewandowski, Jörg and Hinkelmann, Reinhard (2019). Integral Flow Modelling Approach for Surface Water-Groundwater Interactions along a Rippled Streambed. Water

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Lewandowski, Jörg and Arnon, Shai and Banks, Eddie and Batelaan, Okke and Betterle, Andrea and Broecker, Tabea and Coll, Claudia and Drummond, Jennifer D. and Garcia, Jaime Gaona and Galloway, Jason and Gomez-Velez, Jesus and Grabowski, Robert C. and Herzog, Skuyler P. and Hinkelmann, Reinhard and Höhne, Anja and Hollender, Juliane and Horn, Marcus A. and Jaeger, Anna and Krause, Stefan and Prats, Adrian Löchner and Magliozzi, Chiara and Meinikmann, Karin and Mojarrad, Brian Babak and Mueller, Birgit Maria and Peralta-Maraver, Ignacio and Popp, Andrea L. and Posselt, Malte and Putschew, Anke and Radke, Michael and Raza, Muhammad and Riml, Joakim and Robertson, Anne and Rutere, Cyrus and Schaper, Jonas L. and Schirmer, Mario and Schulz, Hanna and Shanafield, Margaret and Singh, Tanu and Ward, Adam S. and Wolke, Philipp and Wörman, Anders and Wu, Liwen (2019). Is the Hyporheic Zone Relevant beyond the Scientific Community?. Water

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Nega, Marcella and Braun, Burga and Künzel, Sven and Szewzyk, Ulrich (2019). Evaluating the Impact of Wastewater Effluent on Microbial Communities in the Panke, an Urban River. Water, 888.

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Tügel, F., Özgen-Xian, I., Marafini, E., Hadidi, A. & Hinkelmann, R. (2020). Flash flood simulations for an Egyptian city - mitigation measures and impact of infiltration. Urban Water Journal. Taylor & Francis.

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Zounemat-Kermani, Mohammad and Mahdavi-Meymand, Amin and Hinkelmann, Reinhard (2021). Nature-inspired algorithms in sanitary engineering: modelling sediment transport in sewer pipes. Soft Computing

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