Jan Schwarzbauer mainly investigates Environmental chemistry, Pollution, Contamination, Pollutant and Water pollution. His Environmental chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Organic matter, Surface water, Wastewater, Pesticide and Sewage treatment. His Organic matter research includes elements of Total organic carbon, Soil organic matter, Soil water, Alkane and Alkyl.
His Pollution study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Sediment, Effluent, Hydrology, Particulates and Heavy metals. In his study, Soil Pollutants, River water, Xenobiotic and Municipal solid waste is strongly linked to Gas chromatography–mass spectrometry, which falls under the umbrella field of Contamination. He has researched Pollutant in several fields, including Mining engineering, Period, Soil contamination and Bioremediation.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Environmental chemistry, Contamination, Pollutant, Pollution and Sediment. He studies Water pollution which is a part of Environmental chemistry. The Contamination study combines topics in areas such as Waste management, Bay, Groundwater, River water and Environmental monitoring.
In his study, Water quality is inextricably linked to Environmental engineering, which falls within the broad field of Pollutant. His study in Pollution is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Effluent, Persistent organic pollutant, Industrial waste, Aquatic ecosystem and Heavy metals. Jan Schwarzbauer interconnects Sedimentary rock, Hydrology, Alluvium, Tributary and Gas chromatography in the investigation of issues within Sediment.
Sediment, Environmental chemistry, Contamination, Oceanography and Pesticide are his primary areas of study. Jan Schwarzbauer combines subjects such as Sedimentary rock, Alluvium, Microplastics and Pollution with his study of Sediment. His work in the fields of Environmental chemistry, such as Total organic carbon, overlaps with other areas such as Chemical decomposition.
His Contamination research incorporates elements of Trichloroethane, Anthropogenic pollutants, Pollutant and Organic geochemistry. The various areas that Jan Schwarzbauer examines in his Pollutant study include Soil water, Tin, Industrial wastewater treatment and Groundwater. His studies in Pesticide integrate themes in fields like Computational chemistry, Microbial transformation, Benzene and Fossil fuel.
Jan Schwarzbauer focuses on Sediment, Pollutant, Environmental chemistry, Polymer and Polyethylene. Jan Schwarzbauer has included themes like Sedimentary rock, Alluvium, Sedimentary depositional environment and Enrichment factor in his Sediment study. His Pollutant research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Contamination, Environmental remediation and Organic geochemistry.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Fossil fuel, Pesticide, Oceanography and Anthropogenic pollutants. His study of Total organic carbon is a part of Environmental chemistry. His Polyethylene study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Organic matter, Chromatography, Reproducibility and Pyrolysis.
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Occurrence and alteration of organic contaminants in seepage and leakage water from a waste deposit landfill
Jan Schwarzbauer;Sabine Heim;Sabine Brinker;Ralf Littke.
Water Research (2002)
Source and turnover of organic matter in agricultural soils derived from n-alkane/n-carboxylic acid compositions and C-isotope signatures
Guido L.B. Wiesenberg;Jan Schwarzbauer;Michael W.I. Schmidt;Lorenz Schwark.
Organic Geochemistry (2004)
Identification of specific organic contaminants for estimating the contribution of the Elbe river to the pollution of the German Bight
J. Schwarzbauer;R. Littke;V. Weigelt.
Organic Geochemistry (2000)
Distribution of polycyclic musks in water and particulate matter of the Lippe River (Germany)
Larissa Dsikowitzky;Jan Schwarzbauer;Ralf Littke.
Organic Geochemistry (2002)
Optical thermal maturity parameters and organic geochemical alteration at low grade diagenesis to anchimetamorphism: A review
Christoph Hartkopf-Fröder;Peter Königshof;Ralf Littke;Jan Schwarzbauer.
International Journal of Coal Geology (2015)
Organic compounds as contaminants of the Elbe River and its tributaries
S. Franke;S. Hildebrandt;J. Schwarzbauer;M. Link.
Fresenius Journal of Analytical Chemistry (1995)
Anthropogenic organic contaminants in sediments of the Lippe river, Germany
Alexander Kronimus;Jan Schwarzbauer;Larissa Dsikowitzky;Sabine Heim.
Water Research (2004)
Molecular markers of anthropogenic activity in sediments of the Havel and Spree Rivers (Germany).
M. Ricking;J. Schwarzbauer;S. Franke.
Water Research (2003)
Polycyclic aromatic musk compounds in sewage treatment plant effluents of Canada and Sweden--first results.
M Ricking;J Schwarzbauer;J Hellou;A Svenson.
Marine Pollution Bulletin (2003)
Environmental chemistry: green chemistry and pollutants in ecosystems.
Eric Lichtfouse;Jan Schwarzbauer;Didier Robert.
Environmental chemistry: green chemistry and pollutants in ecosystems. (2005)
Environmental Chemistry Letters
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