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van Driezum, I. H., Derx, J., Oudega, T.J., Zessner, M., Naus, F.L., Saracevic, E., Kirschner, A. K. T., Sommer, R., Farnleitner, A. H. and Blaschke, A.P.  (2019) Spatiotemporal resolved sampling for the interpretation of micropollutant removal during riverbank filtration. Science of the Total Environment, 649, 212-223.

 

van Driezum, I. H., Chik, A.H.S., Jakwerth, S., Lindner, G., Farnleitner, A. H., Sommer, R., Blaschke, A. P. and Kirschner, A. K. T. (2018) Spatiotemporal analysis of bacterial biomass and activity to understand surface and groundwater interactions in a highly dynamic riverbank filtration system. Science of the Total Environment, 627, 450-461.

 

van Driezum, I. H., Derx, J., Saracevic, E., Kirschner, A. K. T., Sommer, R., Farnleitner, A. H. and Blaschke, A. P. Does pumping time affect the concentration of micropollutants in groundwater samples? Groundwater Monitoring and Remediation, 37(4), 82-88.

 

Derx, J., Schijven, J., Sommer, R., Zoufal-Hruza, C. M., van Driezum, I. H., Reischer, G., Ixenmaier, S., Kirschner, A., Frick, C., de Roda Husman, A. M., Farnleitner, A., Blaschke, A. P.  (2016) QMRAcatch: Human-associated faecal pollution and infection risk modelling for a river/floodplain environment. Journal of Environmental Quality 45(4), 1205-1214., doi: 10.2134/jeq2015.11.0560

 

Stevenson, M. E., Blaschke,  A. P. , Toze, S., Sidhu, J. P., Ahmed, W., van Driezum,  I. H., Sommer, R., Kirschner, A. K. T. , Cervero-Aragó, S., Farnleitner, A. H., Pang, L. (2015). Biotin- and Glycoprotein-Coated Microspheres as Surrogates for Studying Filtration Removal of Cryptosporidium parvum in Granular Limestone Aquifer Media, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 81: 4277-83. doi:10.1128/AEM.00885-15.

 

Knepper, T.P., Frömel, T., Gremmel, C., van Driezum, I., Weil, H., Vestergren, R. and Cousins, I. (2014). Understanding the exposure pathways of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) via use of PFASs-containing products - risk estimation for man and environment. UBA Texte |47/2014