Peter Kuschk mostly deals with Environmental engineering, Wastewater, Environmental chemistry, Wetland and Constructed wetland. His Wastewater research integrates issues from Effluent, Gas chromatography–mass spectrometry, Solid-phase microextraction, Chromatography and Nonylphenol. His Environmental chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Redox, Sulfate, Phosphorus cycle and Pollution.
His Wetland research incorporates themes from Aeration, Agronomy and Sewage treatment. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Water treatment and Phosphorus. His Constructed wetland research includes themes of Nutrient, Nitrification and Groundwater.
His main research concerns Environmental engineering, Environmental chemistry, Wastewater, Constructed wetland and Wetland. Peter Kuschk combines subjects such as Acid mine drainage, Waste management, Total organic carbon, Bioremediation and Subsurface flow with his study of Environmental engineering. His Environmental chemistry study incorporates themes from Nitrification, Juncus, Denitrification, Rhizosphere and Sulfate.
His study in Wastewater is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Effluent, Sewage treatment, Environmental remediation, Redox and Nitrate. His Constructed wetland research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Surface water, Water pollution, Groundwater, Methanogenesis and Carbon. The study incorporates disciplines such as Field conditions and Arsenic in addition to Wetland.
His primary areas of investigation include Environmental engineering, Constructed wetland, Environmental chemistry, Wastewater and Wetland. His Environmental engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Acid mine drainage, Sulfide and Sulfate. His Constructed wetland research incorporates elements of Subsurface flow and Groundwater.
His Environmental chemistry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Denitrification, Volatilisation, Phragmites and Botany. His work carried out in the field of Denitrification brings together such families of science as Nitrate and Nitrification. In most of his Wastewater studies, his work intersects topics such as Sewage treatment.
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Effects of plants and microorganisms in constructed wetlands for wastewater treatment.
U. Stottmeister;A. Wießner;P. Kuschk;U. Kappelmeyer.
Biotechnology Advances (2003)
Development of constructed wetlands in performance intensifications for wastewater treatment: A nitrogen and organic matter targeted review
Shubiao Wu;Peter Kuschk;Hans Brix;Jan Vymazal.
Water Research (2014)
Monitoring and assessing processes of organic chemicals removal in constructed wetlands
Gwenaël Imfeld;Mareike Braeckevelt;Peter Kuschk;Hans H. Richnow.
New Aspects of Microbial Nitrogen Transformations in the Context of Wastewater Treatment – A Review
D. Paredes;P. Kuschk;T. S. A. Mbwette;F. Stange.
Engineering in Life Sciences (2007)
Annual cycle of nitrogen removal by a pilot-scale subsurface horizontal flow in a constructed wetland under moderate climate.
P Kuschk;A Wiessner;U Kappelmeyer;E Weissbrodt.
Water Research (2003)
Effect of plants and filter materials on bacteria removal in pilot-scale constructed wetlands.
Gabriela Vacca;Helmut Wand;Marcell Nikolausz;Peter Kuschk.
Water Research (2005)
Potential roles of anaerobic ammonium and methane oxidation in the nitrogen cycle of wetland ecosystems
Guibing Zhu;Mike S. M. Jetten;Peter Kuschk;Katharina F. Ettwig.
Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology (2010)
Microbial Processes of Heavy Metal Removal from Carbon‐Deficient Effluents in Constructed Wetlands
D.B. Kosolapov;P. Kuschk;M.B. Vainshtein;A.V. Vatsourina.
Engineering in Life Sciences (2004)
Treatment of industrial effluents in constructed wetlands: Challenges, operational strategies and overall performance
Shubiao Wu;Scott Wallace;Hans Brix;Peter Kuschk.
Environmental Pollution (2015)
Influence of the redox condition dynamics on the removal efficiency of a laboratory-scale constructed wetland
A. Wiessner;U. Kappelmeyer;P. Kuschk;M. Kastner.
Water Research (2005)
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