Matthias Gassmann
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Identification of the effective water availability from streamflows in the Zerafshan river basin, Central Asia
O Olsson, M Gassmann, K Wegerich, M Bauer
Journal of Hydrology 390 (3-4), 190-197, 2010
652010
Fate of Pesticides and Their Transformation Products: First Flush Effects in a Semi‐Arid Catchment
O Olsson, M Khodorkovsky, M Gassmann, E Friedler, M Schneider, ...
CLEAN–Soil, Air, Water 41 (2), 134–142, 2013
282013
Model-based estimation of pesticides and transformation products and their export pathways in a headwater catchment.
M Gassmann, C Stamm, O Olsson, J Lange, K Kümmerer, M Weiler
Hydrology & Earth System Sciences 17 (12), 5213-5228, 2013
272013
Uncertainty in the river export modelling of pesticides and transformation products
M Gassmann, M Khodorkovsky, E Friedler, Y Dubowski, O Olsson
Environmental modelling & software 51, 35-44, 2014
132014
Physico-chemical characteristics affect the spatial distribution of pesticide and transformation product loss to an agricultural brook
M Gassmann, O Olsson, C Stamm, M Weiler, K Kümmerer
Science of The Total Environment 532, 733-743, 2015
102015
Basin efficiency approach and its effect on streamflow quality, Zerafshan River Uzbekistan
O Olsson, M Gassmann, N Manig, M Ikramova, K Wegerich
Journal of Hydrology 476, 128-135, 2013
92013
Experimental and in silico assessment of fate and effects of the antipsychotic drug quetiapine and its bio-and phototransformation products in aquatic environments
M Herrmann, J Menz, M Gassmann, O Olsson, K Kümmerer
Environmental Pollution 218, 66-76, 2016
72016
Erosion modelling designed for water quality simulation
M Gassmann, J Lange, T Schuetz
Ecohydrology 5 (3), 269-278, 2012
52012
Estimation of phosphorus export from a Mediterranean agricultural catchment with scarce data
M Gassmann, D Brito, O Olsson
Hydrological Sciences Journal 59 (1), 221-233, 2014
32014
Environmantal Fate Modelling of Agrochemicals and Their Transformation Products at Catchment Scale
M Gaßmann
Verlag nicht ermittelbar, 2013
12013
Modelling the transfer of pesticide transformation products from agricultural fields to the aquatic environment-state of knowledge and future challenges
M Gassmann
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 2168, 2020
2020
Modelling runoff generation of a small catchment in the context of climate change by using an ensemble of different climate model outputs and bias correction methods
K Sonntag, M Gassmann
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 2167, 2020
2020
Simulation of the long-term behaviour of Sulfamethazine in two different soils using the MACRO model.
C Spill, M Gassmann
Geophysical Research Abstracts 21, 2019
2019
PFAS–a new class of emerging agrochemicals?
M Gassmann, S Falk, H Brunn, AM Liebenehm-Axmann, H Rückert, ...
Geophysical Research Abstracts 21, 2019
2019
Concentrations and Distribution Patterns of Perfluoroalkyl Acids in Sewage Sludge and in Biowaste in Hesse, Germany
T Stahl, M Gassmann, S Falk, H Brunn
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 66 (39), 10147-10153, 2018
2018
Simulating the fate and release of metazachlor and its transformation products metazachlor oxalic acid and sulfonic acid in a small-scale agricultural catchment
D Vollert, M Gassmann, J Lange, K Kümmerer, O Olsson
EGUGA, 19569, 2018
2018
Simulating PFOS and PFOA leaching under field conditions using the MACRO model
M Gassmann, E Weidemann, K Sonntag, T Stahl
EGUGA, 4727, 2018
2018
Simulation of the fate of Boscalid and its transformation product 4-Chlorobenzoic acid in a vineyard-terraces catchment
D Vollert, M Gassmann, O Olsson, K Kümmerer
EGUGA, 15167, 2017
2017
Spatially distributed environmental fate modelling of terbuthylazine in a mesoscale agricultural catchment using passive sampler data
M Gassmann, J Farlin, T Gallé
EGUGA, 16070, 2017
2017
Re-design of a physically-based catchment scale agrochemical model for the simulation of parameter spaces and flexible transformation schemes
R Stegen, M Gassmann
EGUGA, 7836, 2017
2017
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