Christoph Wanner
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Seawater δ7Li: A direct proxy for global CO2 consumption by continental silicate weathering?
C Wanner, EL Sonnenthal, XM Liu
Chemical Geology 381, 154-167, 2014
Optimized multicomponent vs. classical geothermometry: insights from modeling studies at the Dixie Valley geothermal area
L Peiffer, C Wanner, N Spycher, EL Sonnenthal, BM Kennedy, J Iovenitti
Geothermics 51, 154-169, 2014
A chromate-contaminated site in southern Switzerland–Part 1: Site characterization and the use of Cr isotopes to delineate fate and transport
C Wanner, U Eggenberger, D Kurz, S Zink, U Mäder
Applied geochemistry 27 (3), 644-654, 2012
Processes controlling δ7Li in rivers illuminated by study of streams and groundwaters draining basalts
XM Liu, C Wanner, RL Rudnick, WF McDonough
Earth and planetary science letters 409, 212-224, 2015
Assessing the Cr (VI) reduction efficiency of a permeable reactive barrier using Cr isotope measurements and 2D reactive transport modeling
C Wanner, S Zink, U Eggenberger, U Mäder
Journal of contaminant hydrology 131 (1-4), 54-63, 2012
Reactive transport modeling of the Dixie Valley geothermal area: Insights on flow and geothermometry
C Wanner, L Peiffer, E Sonnenthal, N Spycher, J Iovenitti, BM Kennedy
Geothermics 51, 130-141, 2014
Assessing the control on the effective kinetic Cr isotope fractionation factor: A reactive transport modeling approach
C Wanner, EL Sonnenthal
Chemical geology 337, 88-98, 2013
Reactive transport modelling of Cr (VI) treatment by cast iron under fast flow conditions
C Wanner, U Eggenberger, U Mäder
Applied geochemistry 26 (8), 1513-1523, 2011
Benchmarking the simulation of Cr isotope fractionation
C Wanner, JL Druhan, RT Amos, P Alt-Epping, CI Steefel
Computational geosciences 19 (3), 497-521, 2015
A chromate-contaminated site in southern Switzerland–Part 2: Reactive transport modeling to optimize remediation options
C Wanner, U Eggenberger, U Mäder
Applied geochemistry 27 (3), 655-662, 2012
Causes of abundant calcite scaling in geothermal wells in the Bavarian Molasse Basin, Southern Germany
C Wanner, F Eichinger, T Jahrfeld, LW Diamond
Geothermics 70, 324-338, 2017
Unraveling the partial failure of a permeable reactive barrier using a multi-tracer experiment and Cr isotope measurements
C Wanner, S Zink, U Eggenberger, U Mäder
Applied geochemistry 37, 125-133, 2013
Constraints on evolution and residence time of geothermal water in granitic rocks at Grimsel (Switzerland)
HN Waber, R Schneeberger, UK Mäder, C Wanner
Procedia earth and planetary science 17, 774-777, 2017
A benchmark for microbially mediated chromium reduction under denitrifying conditions in a biostimulation column experiment
S Molins, J Greskowiak, C Wanner, KU Mayer
Computational geosciences 19 (3), 479-496, 2015
Penetration depth of meteoric water in orogenic geothermal systems
LW Diamond, C Wanner, HN Waber
Geology 46 (12), 1063-1066, 2018
On the use of Li isotopes as a proxy for water–rock interaction in fractured crystalline rocks: A case study from the Gotthard rail base tunnel
C Wanner, K Bucher, PAEP von Strandmann, HN Waber, T Pettke
Geochimica et cosmochimica acta 198, 396-418, 2017
Natural occurrence of nanocrystalline Al-hydroxysulfates: Insights on formation, Al solubility control and As retention
C Wanner, R Pöthig, S Carrero, A Fernandez-Martinez, C Jäger, G Furrer
Geochimica et cosmochimica acta 238, 252-269, 2018
Numerical modeling of cold magmatic CO2 flux measurements for the exploration of hidden geothermal systems
L Peiffer, C Wanner, L Pan
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 120 (10), 6856-6877, 2015
Benchmarking of reactive transport codes for 2D simulations with mineral dissolution–precipitation reactions and feedback on transport parameters
J Poonoosamy, C Wanner, PA Epping, JF Águila, J Samper, ...
Computational geosciences, 1-22, 2018
Unraveling the dynamics of magmatic CO2 degassing at Mammoth Mountain, California
L Peiffer, C Wanner, JL Lewicki
Earth and planetary science letters 484, 318-328, 2018
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