Kathrin Fenner
Kathrin Fenner
Senior Scientist in Environmental Chemistry, Eawag
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Zitiert von
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The challenge of micropollutants in aquatic systems
RP Schwarzenbach, BI Escher, K Fenner, TB Hofstetter, CA Johnson, ...
Science 313 (5790), 1072-1077, 2006
Identifying small molecules via high resolution mass spectrometry: communicating confidence
EL Schymanski, J Jeon, R Gulde, K Fenner, M Ruff, HP Singer, ...
Environmental science & technology 48 (4), 2097-2098, 2014
Evaluating pesticide degradation in the environment: blind spots and emerging opportunities
K Fenner, S Canonica, LP Wackett, M Elsner
science 341 (6147), 752-758, 2013
Recent advances in environmental risk assessment of transformation products
BI Escher, K Fenner
Environmental science & technology 45 (9), 3835-3847, 2011
Peer reviewed: when synthetic chemicals degrade in the environment
ABA Boxall, CJ Sinclair, K Fenner, D Kolpin, SJ Maund
Environmental Science & Technology 38 (19), 368A-375A, 2004
Identification of transformation products of organic contaminants in natural waters by computer-aided prediction and high-resolution mass spectrometry
S Kern, K Fenner, HP Singer, RP Schwarzenbach, J Hollender
Environmental science & technology 43 (18), 7039-7046, 2009
High-throughput identification of microbial transformation products of organic micropollutants
DE Helbling, J Hollender, HE Kohler, H Singer, K Fenner
Environmental science & technology 44 (17), 6621-6627, 2010
Fate of β-blocker human pharmaceuticals in surface water: comparison of measured and simulated concentrations in the Glatt Valley Watershed, Switzerland
AC Alder, C Schaffner, M Majewsky, J Klasmeier, K Fenner
Water research 44 (3), 936-948, 2010
Comparing estimates of persistence and long-range transport potential among multimedia models
K Fenner, M Scheringer, M MacLeod, M Matthies, T McKone, M Stroebe, ...
Environmental science & technology 39 (7), 1932-1942, 2005
Investigation of the cold condensation of persistent organic pollutants with a global multimedia fate model
M Scheringer, F Wegmann, K Fenner, K Hungerbühler
Environmental Science & Technology 34 (9), 1842-1850, 2000
Micropollutant biotransformation kinetics associate with WWTP process parameters and microbial community characteristics
DE Helbling, DR Johnson, M Honti, K Fenner
Environmental science & technology 46 (19), 10579-10588, 2012
Including mixtures in the determination of water quality criteria for herbicides in surface water
N Chèvre, C Loepfe, H Singer, C Stamm, K Fenner, BI Escher
Environmental science & technology 40 (2), 426-435, 2006
Application of multimedia models for screening assessment of long-range transport potential and overall persistence
J Klasmeier, M Matthies, M Macleod, K Fenner, M Scheringer, M Stroebe, ...
Environmental science & technology 40 (1), 53-60, 2006
A tiered procedure for assessing the formation of biotransformation products of pharmaceuticals and biocides during activated sludge treatment
S Kern, R Baumgartner, DE Helbling, J Hollender, H Singer, MJ Loos, ...
Journal of Environmental Monitoring 12 (11), 2100-2111, 2010
Rapid screening for exposure to “non-target” pharmaceuticals from wastewater effluents by combining HRMS-based suspect screening and exposure modeling
HP Singer, AE Wössner, CS McArdell, K Fenner
Environmental science & technology 50 (13), 6698-6707, 2016
Environmental risk assessment of ivermectin: a case study
M Liebig, ÁA Fernandez, E Blübaum‐Gronau, A Boxall, M Brinke, ...
Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management 6 (S1), 567-587, 2010
Environmental risk assessment for the serotonin re‐uptake inhibitor fluoxetine: Case study using the European risk assessment framework
KD Oakes, A Coors, BI Escher, K Fenner, J Garric, M Gust, T Knacker, ...
Integrated environmental assessment and management 6 (S1), 524-539, 2010
Environmental persistence of organic pollutants: guidance for development and review of POP risk profiles
R Boethling, K Fenner, P Howard, G Klečka, T Madsen, JR Snape, ...
Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management: An International Journal …, 2009
Persistence of parent compounds and transformation products in a level IV multimedia model
K Fenner, M Scheringer, K Hungerbühler
Environmental science & technology 34 (17), 3809-3817, 2000
Structure-based interpretation of biotransformation pathways of amide-containing compounds in sludge-seeded bioreactors
DE Helbling, J Hollender, HPE Kohler, K Fenner
Environmental science & technology 44 (17), 6628-6635, 2010
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