Her primary areas of study are Groundwater, Hydrology, Environmental chemistry, Groundwater recharge and Infiltration. The various areas that Gudrun Massmann examines in her Groundwater study include Water quality and Surface water. Her Surface water research incorporates themes from Wastewater and Sewage.
Sedimentary rock is closely connected to Hydraulic conductivity in her research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Hydrology. Her Environmental chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Soil science and Redox. Her Infiltration research includes themes of Aquifer and Anoxic waters.
Her primary scientific interests are in Groundwater, Hydrology, Aquifer, Environmental chemistry and Surface water. Her studies deal with areas such as Infiltration, Environmental engineering, Sewage and Anoxic waters as well as Groundwater. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Brackish water and Barrier island.
In her research on the topic of Aquifer, Tap water is strongly related with Sorption. Her work carried out in the field of Environmental chemistry brings together such families of science as Water treatment, Redox and Degradation. Her Surface water research incorporates elements of Wastewater and Effluent.
Gudrun Massmann focuses on Groundwater, Aquifer, Environmental chemistry, Seawater and Hydrology. The Groundwater study combines topics in areas such as Hydrogeology and Biogeochemical cycle. Her study in Aquifer is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Water quality and Barrier island.
Her biological study deals with issues like Sorption, which deal with fields such as Surface water, Degradation, Sulfamethizole and Desorption. Her Hydrology course of study focuses on Brackish water and Drainage basin. Her Anoxic waters study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Redox and Water column.
Gudrun Massmann mainly investigates Groundwater, Biogeochemical cycle, Environmental chemistry, Seawater and Hydrogeology. Her studies in Groundwater integrate themes in fields like Intertidal zone and Water resource management. Her research in Biogeochemical cycle intersects with topics in Groundwater discharge and Biogeochemistry.
Her Seawater study combines topics in areas such as Storm, Barrier island and North sea. Her Hydrogeology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Lens, Brackish water and Aquifer. The various areas that Gudrun Massmann examines in her Groundwater flow study include Sediment, Soil science and Pore water pressure.
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Field Studies on the Fate and Transport of Pharmaceutical Residues in Bank Filtration
Thomas Heberer;Andy Mechlinski;Britta Fanck;Andrea Knappe.
Ground Water Monitoring and Remediation (2004)
The impact of variable temperatures on the redox conditions and the behaviour of pharmaceutical residues during artificial recharge
G. Massmann;J. Greskowiak;U. Dünnbier;S. Zuehlke.
Journal of Hydrology (2006)
The SOLUTIONS project: challenges and responses for present and future emerging pollutants in land and water resources management.
Werner Brack;Rolf Altenburger;Gerrit Schüürmann;Martin Krauss.
Science of The Total Environment (2015)
Behaviour and redox sensitivity of antimicrobial residues during bank filtration
Thomas Heberer;Gudrun Massmann;Britta Fanck;Thomas Taute.
Behaviour and redox sensitivity of pharmaceutical residues during bank filtration - Investigation of residues of phenazone-type analgesics.
Gudrun Massmann;Uwe Dünnbier;Thomas Heberer;Thomas Taute.
Modeling Seasonal Redox Dynamics and the Corresponding Fate of the Pharmaceutical Residue Phenazone During Artificial Recharge of Groundwater
Janek Greskowiak;Henning Prommer;Gudrun Massmann;Gunnar Nützmann.
Environmental Science & Technology (2006)
An ostracod-conductivity transfer function for Tibetan lakes
Steffen Mischke;Ulrike Herzschuh;Gudrun Massmann;Chengjun Zhang.
Journal of Paleolimnology (2007)
Investigation of groundwater residence times during bank filtration in Berlin: a multi-tracer approach
Gudrun Massmann;Jürgen Sültenfuß;Uwe Dünnbier;Andrea Knappe.
Hydrological Processes (2008)
The impact of variably saturated conditions on hydrogeochemical changes during artificial recharge of groundwater
Janek Greskowiak;Henning Prommer;Gudrun Massmann;Colin D. Johnston.
Applied Geochemistry (2005)
Sixty years of global progress in managed aquifer recharge
P. Dillon;P. Dillon;P. Stuyfzand;T. Grischek;M. Lluria.
Hydrogeology Journal (2019)
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