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Valle Das Neves, J. et al.: Molecular differences between water column and sediment pore water SPE-DOM in ten Swedish boreal lakes. Water Res. 170:115320 (2020)
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Fillinger, L. et al.: The D-A-(C) index: A practical approach towards the microbiological - ecological monitoring of groundwater ecosystems. Water Res. 163:114902 (2019)
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Gonsior, M.* et al.: The chemodiversity of algal dissolved organic matter from lysed Microcystis aeruginosa cells and its ability to form disinfection by-products during chlorination. Water Res. 155, 300-309 (2019)
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Kamjunke, N.* et al.: Molecular change of dissolved organic matter and patterns of bacterial activity in a stream along a land-use gradient. Water Res. 164:114919 (2019)
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Luek, J.L.* ; Harir, M. ; Schmitt-Kopplin, P. ; Mouser, P.J.* & Gonsior, M.*: Temporal dynamics of halogenated organic compounds in Marcellus Shale flowback. Water Res. 136, 200-206 (2018)
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Valle Das Neves, J. et al.: Extensive processing of sediment pore water dissolved organic matter during anoxic incubation as observed by high-field mass spectrometry (FTICR-MS). Water Res. 129, 252-263 (2018)
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Christou, A.* et al.: The potential implications of reclaimed wastewater reuse for irrigation on the agricultural environment: The knowns and unknowns of the fate of antibiotics and antibiotic resistant bacteria and resistance genes - A review. Water Res. 123, 448-467 (2017)
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Cui, H. ; Hrabě de Angelis, M. & Schröder, P.: Iopromide exposure in Typha latifolia L.: Evaluation of uptake, translocation and different transformation mechanisms in planta. Water Res. 122, 290-298 (2017)
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Kamjunke, N.* et al.: A new approach for evaluating transformations of dissolved organic matter (DOM) via high-resolution mass spectrometry and relating it to bacterial activity. Water Res. 123, 513-523 (2017)
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Li, Y. et al.: How representative are dissolved organic matter (DOM) extracts? A comprehensive study of sorbent selectivity for DOM isolation. Water Res. 116, 316-323 (2017)
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Kohler, S.J.* et al.: Upgrading coagulation with hollow-fibre nanofiltration for improved organic matter removal during surface water treatment. Water Res. 89, 232-240 (2016)
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Li, Y. et al.: Comprehensive structure-selective characterization of dissolved organic matter by reducing molecular complexity and increasing analytical dimensions. Water Res. 106, 477-487 (2016)
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Lavonen, E.E.* et al.: Tracking changes in the optical properties and molecular composition of dissolved organic matter during drinking water production. Water Res. 85, 286-294 (2015)
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Cortés-Francisco, N.* et al.: High-field FT-ICR mass spectrometry and NMR spectroscopy to characterize DOM removal through a nanofiltration pilot plant. Water Res. 67, 154-165 (2014)
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Zhang, F.* et al.: Molecular and structural characterization of dissolved organic matter during and post cyanobacterial bloom in Taihu by combination of NMR spectroscopy and FTICR mass spectrometry. Water Res. 57, 280-294 (2014)
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Milosevic, N.* et al.: Combined isotope and enantiomer analysis to assess the fate of phenoxy acids in a heterogeneous geologic setting at an old landfill. Water Res. 47, 637-649 (2013)
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Hamonts, K.* et al.: Temporal variations in natural attenuation of chlorinated aliphatic hydrocarbons in eutrophic river sediments impacted by a contaminated groundwater plume. Water Res. 46, 1873-1888 (2012)
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Gonsior, M.* et al.: Molecular characterization of effluent organic matter identified by ultrahigh resolution mass spectrometry. Water Res. 45, 2943-2953 (2011)
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Wu, W.Z.* ; Schramm, K.-W. & Kettrup, A.: Bioaccumulation of Polychlorinated Dibenzo-p-Dioxins and Dibenzofurans in the Foodweb of YA-Er Lake Area, China. Water Res. 35, 1141-1148 (2001)