|Nanoparticles in the environment: where do we come from, where do we go to?|
M Bundschuh, J Filser, S Lüderwald, MS McKee, G Metreveli, ...
Environmental Sciences Europe 30 (1), 1-17, 2018
|Agricultural insecticides threaten surface waters at the global scale|
S Stehle, R Schulz
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (18), 5750-5755, 2015
|Field studies on exposure, effects, and risk mitigation of aquatic nonpoint-source insecticide pollution|
Journal of Environmental Quality 33 (2), 419-448, 2004
|Fungicides: An Overlooked Pesticide Class?|
JP Zubrod, M Bundschuh, G Arts, CA Brühl, G Imfeld, A Knäbel, ...
Environmental science & technology 53 (7), 3347-3365, 2019
|Antiviral drugs in wastewater and surface waters: a new pharmaceutical class of environmental relevance?|
C Prasse, MP Schlüsener, R Schulz, TA Ternes
Environmental science & technology 44 (5), 1728-1735, 2010
|Assessment of insecticide contamination in runoff and stream water of small agricultural streams in the main soybean area of Argentina|
S Jergentz, H Mugni, C Bonetto, R Schulz
Chemosphere 61 (6), 817-826, 2005
|Determination of insecticide contamination in agricultural headwater streams|
M Liess, R Schulz, MHD Liess, B Rother, R Kreuzig
Water Research 33 (1), 239-247, 1999
|Thresholds for the effects of pesticides on invertebrate communities and leaf breakdown in stream ecosystems|
RB Schäfer, PC von der Ohe, J Rasmussen, BJ Kefford, MA Beketov, ...
Environmental science & technology 46 (9), 5134-5142, 2012
|Effectiveness of a constructed wetland for retention of nonpoint-source pesticide pollution in the Lourens River catchment, South Africa|
R Schulz, SKC Peall
Environmental science & technology 35 (2), 422-426, 2001
|Linking insecticide contamination and population response in an agricultural stream|
M Liess, R Schulz
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 18 (9), 1948-1955, 1999
|Mitigation of chlorpyrifos runoff using constructed wetlands|
MT Moore, R Schulz, CM Cooper, S Smith Jr, JH Rodgers Jr
Chemosphere 46 (6), 827-835, 2002
|A field study of the effects of agriculturally derived insecticide input on stream macroinvertebrate dynamics|
R Schulz, M Liess
Aquatic Toxicology 46 (3), 155-176, 1999
|Biological surface coating and molting inhibition as mechanisms of TiO 2 nanoparticle toxicity in Daphnia magna|
A Dabrunz, L Duester, C Prasse, F Seitz, R Rosenfeldt, C Schilde, ...
PLoS One 6 (5), e20112, 2011
|A comparison of predicted and measured levels of runoff-related pesticide concentrations in small lowland streams on a landscape level|
N Berenzen, A Lentzen-Godding, M Probst, H Schulz, R Schulz, M Liess
Chemosphere 58 (5), 683-691, 2005
|The significance of entry routes as point and non-point sources of pesticides in small streams|
M Neumann, R Schulz, K Schäfer, W Müller, W Mannheller, M Liess
Water Research 36 (4), 835-842, 2002
|Mitigation of agricultural nonpoint-source pesticide pollution in artificial wetland ecosystems|
C Gregoire, D Elsaesser, D Huguenot, J Lange, T Lebeau, A Merli, ...
Environmental Chemistry Letters 7 (3), 205-231, 2009
|Understanding the fate and biological effects of Ag-and TiO2-nanoparticles in the environment: the quest for advanced analytics and interdisciplinary concepts|
GE Schaumann, A Philippe, M Bundschuh, G Metreveli, S Klitzke, ...
Science of the Total Environment 535, 3-19, 2015
|Rainfall-induced sediment and pesticide input from orchards into the Lourens River, Western Cape, South Africa: importance of a single event|
Water Research 35 (8), 1869-1876, 2001
|Runoff-related pesticide input into the Lourens River, South Africa: basic data for exposure assessment and risk mitigation at the catchment scale|
JM Dabrowski, SKC Peall, AJ Reinecke, M Liess, R Schulz
Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 135, 265-283, 2002
|Effects of pesticide toxicity, salinity and other environmental variables on selected ecosystem functions in streams and the relevance for ecosystem services|
RB Schäfer, M Bundschuh, DA Rouch, E Szöcs, PC Von Der Ohe, ...
Science of the total environment 415, 69-78, 2012