Apart from the project’s deliverables there is a significant contribution of the project’s consortium to the scientific community and is presented in the following list:

Journal papers

Bartak, R.; Grischek, T.. 2018. Groundwater Abstraction through Siphon Wells—Hydraulic Design and Energy Savings. Water 2018, 10, 570.. DOI : 10.3390/w10050570

Brunsch AF, ter Laak TL, Christoffels E, Rijnaarts HHM, Langenhoff AAM. 2018. Retention soil filter as post-treatment step to remove micropollutants from sewage treatment plant effluent. Science of the Total Environment 637–638 (2018) 1098–1107. DOI : 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.05.063

Brunsch AF, ter Laak TL, Rijnaarts HHM, Christoffels E. 2018. Pharmaceutical concentration variability at sewage treatment plant outlets dominated by hydrology and other factors. Environmental Pollution, Volume 235 (2018), 615-624. DOI : 10.1016/j.envpol.2017.12.116

Dragon, K., Górski, J., Kruć, R., Drożdżyński, D., Grischek, T.. 2018. Removal of Natural Organic Matter and Organic Micropollutants during Riverbank Filtration in Krajkowo, Poland.. Water 10(10), 1457. DOI : 10.3390/w10101457

Górski J., Dragon K., Kaczmarek P. . .  Influence of groundwater on surface water nitrate pollution. Environmental Science and Pollution Research (Online First). DOI : 10.1007/s11356-017-9798-3

Grischek T and Bartak R. 2016. Riverbed Clogging and Sustainability of Riverbank Filtration. Water 2016, 8, 604. DOI : 10.3390/w8120604

Haas R, Opitz R, Grischek T, Otter P. 2019. The AquaNES Project: Coupling Riverbank Filtration and Ultrafiltration in Drinking Water Treatment. Water 2019, 11, 18. DOI : 10.3390/w11010018

Jährig J, Vredenbregt L, Wicke D, Miehe U, Sperlich A. 2019. Capillary Nanofiltration under Anoxic Conditions as Post-Treatment after Bank Filtration. Water 2018, 10, 1599. DOI : 10.3390/w10111599

Kaczmarek P. 2017.  Hydraulic conductivity changes in river valley sediments caused by river bank filtration – an analysis of specific well capacity. Geologos 23, 2 (2017): 123–129. DOI : 10.1515/logos-2017-0013

Nagy-Kovács Z, Davidesz J, Czihat-Mártonné C, Till G, Fleit E, and Grischek T. 2019. Water Quality Changes during Riverbank Filtration in Budapest, Hungary. Water 2019, 11, 302. DOI : 10.3390/w11020302

Nagy-Kovács Z, László B, Fleit E, Czichat-Mártonné K, Till G, Börnick H, Adomat Y and Grischek T. 2018. Behavior of Organic Micropollutants During River Bank Filtration in Budapest, Hungary. Water 2018, 10(12), 1861. DOI : 10.3390/w10121861

Otter P, Malakar P, Sandhu C, Grischek T, Sharma S, Kimothi P, Nüske G, Wagner M, Goldmaier A, Benz F. 2019. Combination of River Bank Filtration and Solar-driven Electro-Chlorination Assuring Safe Drinking Water Supply for River Bound Communities in India. Water 2019, 11, 122. DOI : 10.3390/w11010122

Paufler S, Grischek T, Benso MR, Seidel N and Fischer T. 2018. The Impact of River Discharge and Water Temperature on Manganese Release from the Riverbed during Riverbank Filtration: A Case Study from Dresden, Germany. Water 2018, 10, 1476. DOI : 10.3390/w10101476

Przybyłek J, Dragon K, Kaczmarek PMJ. 2017. Hydrogeological investigations of river bed clogging at a river bank filtration site along the River Warta, Poland. Geologos 23, 3 (2017): 201–214. DOI : 10.1515/logos-2017-0021

Salamon E, and Goda Z. 2019. Coupling Riverbank Filtration with Reverse Osmosis May Favor Short Distances between Wells and Riverbanks at RBF Sites on the River Danube in Hungary.  Water 2019, 11(1), 113. DOI : 10.3390/w11010113

Salamon E, Goda Z. 2019. Coupling Riverbank Filtration with Reverse Osmosis May Favor Short Distances between Wells and Riverbanks at RBF Sites on the River Danube in Hungary. Water 2019, 11, 113. DOI : 10.3390/w11010113

Zawadzka J, Gallagher E, Smith H and Corstanje R. 2019. Ecosystem services from combined natural and engineered water and wastewater treatment systems: Going beyond water quality enhancement. Ecological Engineering: X, Volume 2, August 2019, 100006. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecoena.2019.100006

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