His primary areas of study are Sediment, Mineralogy, Environmental chemistry, Hydrology and Eutrophication. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Redox and Benthic zone. His Mineralogy study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Polyphosphate, Seston and Phoslock.
Michael Hupfer has included themes like Organic matter and Sedimentation in his Environmental chemistry study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Nutrient and Hydraulic retention time in addition to Hydrology. His research integrates issues of Drainage basin, Groundwater pollution, Surface runoff and Groundwater in his study of Eutrophication.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Sediment, Environmental chemistry, Eutrophication, Hydrology and Ecology. His Sediment study incorporates themes from Biogeochemical cycle, Mineralogy, Diagenesis, Hypolimnion and Pore water pressure. His Mineralogy research includes themes of Soil water and Phoslock.
His research in Environmental chemistry intersects with topics in Organic matter, Sedimentation, Redox and Sorption. His Eutrophication research incorporates elements of Macrophyte, Soil science, Abundance, Water resource management and Settling. His work deals with themes such as Bioirrigation and Enhanced biological phosphorus removal, which intersect with Ecology.
His primary scientific interests are in Sediment, Ecosystem, Environmental chemistry, Eutrophication and Anoxic waters. His Sediment study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Macrophyte, Microbial population biology, STREAMS and Geochemistry, Pyrite. Michael Hupfer combines subjects such as Peat, Paleoecology, Earth science and Taiga with his study of Ecosystem.
His studies deal with areas such as Aeration, Phytoplankton and Authigenic as well as Environmental chemistry. He has researched Eutrophication in several fields, including Aquatic ecosystem, Land management and Main river. In his study, Burrow, Sorption, Iron phosphate and Redox is inextricably linked to Vivianite, which falls within the broad field of Anoxic waters.
Michael Hupfer mainly investigates Sediment, Anoxic waters, Environmental chemistry, Eutrophication and Water quality. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Internal wave, Atmospheric sciences, Biogeochemical cycle, Chemocline and Baroclinity. His Anoxic waters research incorporates themes from Iron phosphate, Hypolimnion, Burrow and Sorption.
His work deals with themes such as Phytoplankton, Biomanipulation, Vivianite and Plankton, which intersect with Environmental chemistry. His research investigates the connection between Eutrophication and topics such as Water resource management that intersect with issues in Adaptive management. Michael Hupfer has researched Water quality in several fields, including Urbanization and Nutrient.
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Oxygen Controls the Phosphorus Release from Lake Sediments – a Long‐Lasting Paradigm in Limnology
Michael Hupfer;Jörg Lewandowski.
International Review of Hydrobiology (2008)
Transformation of phosphorus species in settling seston and during early sediment diagenesis
M. Hupfer;R. Gächter;R. Giovanoli.
Aquatic Sciences (1995)
Restoration of submerged vegetation in shallow eutrophic lakes : a guideline and state of the art in Germany
Sabine Hilt;Elisabeth M. Gross;Michael Hupfer;Harald Morscheid.
Polyphosphate in lake sediments: 31P NMR spectroscopy as a tool for its identification
Michael Hupfer;Red Gtichter;RedHeinz R. Ruegger.
Limnology and Oceanography (1995)
Long-term effects of phosphorus precipitations with alum in hypereutrophic Lake Süsser See (Germany).
Jörg Lewandowski;Inke Schauser;Michael Hupfer.
Water Research (2003)
Origin and diagenesis of polyphosphate in lake sediments: A 31PߚNMR study
Michael Hupfer;Bernhard Ruübe;Peter Schmieder.
Limnology and Oceanography (2004)
The occurrence, identification and environmental relevance of vivianite in waterlogged soils and aquatic sediments
Matthias Rothe;Matthias Rothe;Andreas Kleeberg;Michael Hupfer.
Earth-Science Reviews (2016)
Phosphorus in groundwater discharge – A potential source for lake eutrophication
Karin Meinikmann;Karin Meinikmann;Michael Hupfer;Jörg Lewandowski.
Journal of Hydrology (2015)
Longevity and effectiveness of aluminum addition to reduce sediment phosphorus release and restore lake water quality.
Brian J. Huser;Sara Egemose;Harvey Harper;Michael Hupfer.
Water Research (2016)
Effect of macrozoobenthos on two‐dimensional small‐scale heterogeneity of pore water phosphorus concentrations in lake sediments: A laboratory study
Jörg Lewandowski;Michael Hupfer.
Limnology and Oceanography (2005)
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