Jörg Rieckermann
Jörg Rieckermann
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Sampling for pharmaceuticals and personal care products (PPCPs) and illicit drugs in wastewater systems: are your conclusions valid? A critical review
C Ort, MG Lawrence, J Rieckermann, A Joss
Environmental science & technology 44 (16), 6024-6035, 2010
Comparing illicit drug use in 19 European cities through sewage analysis
KV Thomas, L Bijlsma, S Castiglioni, A Covaci, E Emke, R Grabic, ...
Science of the Total Environment 432, 432-439, 2012
Challenges of surveying wastewater drug loads of small populations and generalizable aspects on optimizing monitoring design
C Ort, JM Eppler, A Scheidegger, J Rieckermann, M Kinzig, F Sörgel
Addiction 109 (3), 472-481, 2014
Towards a better understanding of sewer exfiltration
M Rutsch, J Rieckermann, J Cullmann, JB Ellis, J Vollertsen, P Krebs
Water Research 42 (10-11), 2385-2394, 2008
Improving uncertainty estimation in urban hydrological modeling by statistically describing bias
DD Giudice, M Honti, A Scheidegger, C Albert, P Reichert, J Rieckermann
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 17 (10), 4209-4225, 2013
Quantification and modeling of wet-antenna attenuation for commercial microwave links
M Schleiss, J Rieckermann, A Berne
IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters 10 (5), 1195-1199, 2013
Assessing the quality of digital elevation models obtained from mini unmanned aerial vehicles for overland flow modelling in urban areas
JP Leitão, M Moy de Vitry, A Scheidegger, J Rieckermann
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 20 (4), 1637-1653, 2016
Network condition simulator for benchmarking sewer deterioration models
A Scheidegger, T Hug, J Rieckermann, M Maurer
Water research 45 (16), 4983-4994, 2011
Quantification of sewer leakage: a review
M Rutsch, J Rieckermann, P Krebs
Water Science and Technology 54 (6-7), 135-144, 2006
Bayesian uncertainty assessment of flood predictions in ungauged urban basins for conceptual rainfall-runoff models
AE Sikorska, A Scheidegger, K Banasik, J Rieckermann
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 16 (4), 1221-1236, 2012
Considering rating curve uncertainty in water level predictions
AE Sikorska, A Scheidegger, K Banasik, J Rieckermann
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 17 (11), 4415-4427, 2013
Improving rainfall measurement in gauge poor regions thanks to mobile telecommunication networks
M Gosset, H Kunstmann, F Zougmore, F Cazenave, H Leijnse, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 97 (3), ES49-ES51, 2016
Dispersion coefficients of sewers from tracer experiments
J Rieckermann, M Neumann, C Ort, JL Huisman, W Gujer
Water science and technology 52 (5), 123-133, 2005
High-quality observation of surface imperviousness for urban runoff modelling using UAV imagery
P Tokarczyk, JP Leitão, J Rieckermann, K Schindler, F Blumensaat
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 19 (10), 4215-4228, 2015
Spatial distribution of stable water isotopes in alpine snow cover
N Dietermann, M Weiler
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 17 (7), 2657-2668, 2013
Assessing the performance of sewer rehabilitation on the reduction of infiltration and inflow
P Staufer, A Scheidegger, J Rieckermann
Water research 46 (16), 5185-5196, 2012
Commercial microwave links instead of rain gauges: Fiction or reality?
M Fencl, J Rieckermann, P Sıkora, D Stránskı, V Bareš
Water Science and Technology 71 (1), 31-37, 2015
Using Markov switching models to infer dry and rainy periods from telecommunication microwave link signals
Z Wang, M Schleiss, J Jaffrain, A Berne, J Rieckermann
Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 5 (7), 1847-1859, 2012
Assessment of total uncertainty in cocaine and benzoylecgonine wastewater load measurements
C Mathieu, J Rieckermann, JD Berset, S Schürch, R Brenneisen
Water research 45 (20), 6650-6660, 2011
Model bias and complexity–Understanding the effects of structural deficits and input errors on runoff predictions
D Del Giudice, P Reichert, V Bareš, C Albert, J Rieckermann
Environmental modelling & software 64, 205-214, 2015
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