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Publications related to the research project:
Abhängigkeit des Erosionsverhaltens von den Charakteristika kohäsiver Gewässersedimente

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  1. Schmidt, H., Thom, M., Wieprecht, S., Manz, W. und S.U. Gerbersdorf:
    The effect of light intensity and shear stress on microbial biostabilization and the community composition of natural biofilms.
    Research and Reports in Biology 9 (2018) 1-6. (abstract)


  1. Schmidt, H., Thom, M., Madzgalla, M., Gerbersdorf, S.U., Metreveli, G. und W. Manz:
    Exposure to Silver Nanoparticles Affects Biofilm Structure and Adhesiveness.
    Aquatic Pollution and Toxicology 1 (2017) 1-9. Cooperation with Universität Koblenz-Landau. http://www.imedpub.com/articles/exposure-to-silver-nanoparticles-affects-biofilm-structure-and-adhesiveness.pdf (abstract)


  1. Förstner, U. und B. Westrich:
    BMBF Coordinated Research Project SEDYMO (2002-2006) - Sediment Dynamics and Pollutant Mobility in River Basins.
    Journal of Soils & Sediments 5,3 (2005) 134-138.

  2. Gerbersdorf, S.U., Jancke, T. und B. Westrich:
    Physico-chemical and biological sediment properties determining erosion resistance of contaminated riverine sediments – Temporal and vertical pattern at the Lauffen reservoir/River Neckar, Germany.
    Limnologica - Ecology and Management of Inland Waters 35,3 (2005) 132-144. (abstract)

  3. Westrich, B. und U. Förstner:
    Sediment Dynamics and Pollutant Mobility in Rivers (SEDYMO): Assessing Catchment-Wide Emission-Immission Relationships from Sediment Studies. BMBF Coordinated Research Project SEDYMO.
    Journal of Soils & Sediments 5,4 (2005) 197-200. http://www.scientificjournals.com/sj/jss/abstract/ArtikelId/7748