Browsing by Subject "Rivers"

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  • Lee, Saem; Nguyen, Trung Thanh; Kim, Hyun No; Koellner, Thomas; Shin, Hio-Jung (Basel : MDPI AG, 2017)
    In South Korea, the Soyang Lake is an important source of drinking water to the metropolitan areas including Seoul. However, water quality problems in the Soyang Lake have still remained due to chemical contaminations ...
  • Jordan, Christian; Visscher, Jan; Dung, Nguyen Viet; Apel, Heiko; Schlurmann, Torsten (Basel : MDPI AG, 2020)
    The hydro-and morphodynamic processes within the Vietnamese Mekong Delta are heavily impacted by human activity, which in turn affects the livelihood of millions of people. The main drivers that could impact future ...
  • Krysanova, Valentina; Vetter, Tobias; Eisner, Stephanie; Huang, Shaochun; Pechlivanidis, Ilias; Strauch, Michael; Gelfan, Alexander; Kumar, Rohini; Aich, Valentin; Arheimer, Berit; Chamorro, Alejandro; van Griensven, Ann; Kundu, Dipangkar; Lobanova, Anastasia; Mishra, Vimal; Plötner, Stefan; Reinhardt, Julia; Seidou, Ousmane; Wang, Xiaoyan; Wortmann, Michel; Zeng, Xiaofan; Hattermann, Fred F. (Bristol : Institute of Physics Publishing, 2017)
    An intercomparison of climate change impacts projected by nine regional-scale hydrological models for 12 large river basins on all continents was performed, and sources of uncertainty were quantified in the framework of ...
  • Lewandowski, Jörg; Arnon, Shai; Banks, Eddie; Batelaan, Okke; Betterle, Andrea; Broecker, Tabea; Coll, Claudia; Drummond, Jennifer D.; Garcia, Jaime Gaona; Galloway, Jason; Gomez-Velez, Jesus; Grabowski, Robert C.; Herzog, Skyler P.; Hinkelmann, Reinhard; Höhne, Anja; Hollender, Juliane; Horn, Marcus A.; Jaeger, Anna; Krause, Stefan; Prats, Adrian Löchner; Magliozzi, Chiara; Meinikmann, Karin; Mojarrad, Brian Babak; Mueller, Birgit Maria; Peralta-Maraver, Ignacio; Popp, Andrea L.; Posselt, Malte; Putschew, Anke; Radke, Michael; Raza, Muhammad; Riml, Joakim; Robertson, Anne; Rutere, Cyrus; Schaper, Jonas L.; Schirmer, Mario; Schulz, Hanna; Shanafield, Margaret; Singh, Tanu; Ward, Adam S.; Wolke, Philipp; Wörman, Anders; Wu, Liwen (Basel : MDPI AG, 2019)
    Rivers are important ecosystems under continuous anthropogenic stresses. The hyporheic zone is a ubiquitous, reactive interface between the main channel and its surrounding sediments along the river network. We elaborate ...
  • Henze, Jennifer; Schröter, Barbara; Albert, Christian (Basel : MDPI AG, 2018)
    Navigating the evolution of river landscapes towards more sustainable pathways requires transdisciplinary research including diverse stakeholders. A thorough understanding of stakeholder interests, including potential ...
  • Thi Tran, N.; Weichgrebe, D. (Hoboken, NJ : Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2019)
    The economic reform “Đổi Mới” in 1986 has rapidly increased the number of craft villages in Vietnam, especially in the Red River Delta (RRD) leading to environmental degradation. This article presents an assessment of ...
  • Jaeger, Anna; Coll, Claudia; Posselt, Malte; Mechelke, Jonas; Rutere, Cyrus; Betterle, Andrea; Raza, Muhammad; Mehrtens, Anne; Meinikmann, Karin; Portmann, Andrea; Singh, Tanu; Blaen, Phillip J.; Krause, Stefan; Horn, Marcus A.; Hollender, Juliane; Benskin, Jonathan P.; Sobek, Anna; Lewandowski, Joerg (Cambridge : Royal Society of Chemistry, 2019-10)
    Enhancing the understanding of the fate of wastewater-derived organic micropollutants in rivers is crucialto improve risk assessment, regulatory decision making and river management. Hyporheic exchange andsediment bacterial ...