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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2010Bio/Chemical Analysis of Sediments from the Elbe River, the North Sea and from Several TributariesBEHNISCH Peter; UMLAUF Gunther; STACHEL Burkhard; FELZEL Emiel; BROUWER BramContributions to Conferences
2011Dioxin-like activity of sediments of the Elbe River and associated flood areasEICHBAUM Kathrin; SEILER Thomas-Benjamin; KEITER Steffen; UMLAUF Gunther; STACHEL Burkhard; HOLLERT HennerContributions to Conferences
2010Dioxine und PCBs in Feststoffen aus der Elbe, Ihren Nebenfluessen und der Nordsee (Laengsprofilaufnahme 2008, Kurzfassung)STACHEL Burkhard; GOETZ Rainer; UMLAUF Gunther; MARIANI GiulioArticles in books
2010Dioxins and Dioxin-Like PCBS in Solid Material from the River Elbe, its Tributaries and from the North SeaUMLAUF Gunther; MARIANI Giulio; SKEJO Helle; STACHEL Burkhard; GOETZ RainerContributions to Conferences
2011Dioxins and PCBs in solid matter from the river Elbe, its tributaries and the North Sea (longitudinal profile, 2008)UMLAUF Gunther; STACHEL Burkhard; MARIANI Giulio; GOETZ RainerEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2009The Impact of Groyne Fields on Downstream Particle-Bound Dioxin Concentrations in the Elbe River (Germany)HEISE Susanne; CALMANO Wolfgang; STACHEL Burkhard; GOETZ Rainer; UMLAUF Gunther; MARIANI Giulio; MOSHENBERG KariContributions to Conferences
2005The Situation of PCDD/Fs and Dioxin-like PCBs after the Flooding of River Elbe and Mulde in 2002UMLAUF GUNTHER; BIDOGLIO GIOVANNI; CHRISTOPH EUGEN; KAMPHEUS Josef; KRUGER Frank; LANDMANN Dietrich; SCHULZ Ann J.; SCHWARTZ Rene; SEVERIN Karl; STACHEL Burkhard, et alArticles in Journals
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