Hydrogeologie und Landschaftswasserhaushalt

Dr. Victoria Burke

Publikationen in Fachzeitschriften (peer-reviewed)

8. Hellauer, K., Karakurt, S., Sperlich, A., Burke, V., Massmann, G., Hübner, U., Drewes, J.E., (2017), Establishing sequential managed aquifer recharge technology (SMART) for enhanced removal of trace organic chemicals: Experiences from field studies in Berlin, Germany, Journal of Hydrology, in press

7. Greskowiak, J., Hamann, E., Burke, V., Massmann, G. (2017), The uncertainty of biodegradation rate constants of emerging organic compounds in soil and groundwater – A compilation of literature values for 82 substances, Water Research, 126, 122-133

6. Burke, V., Greskowiak, J., Grünenbaum, N., Massmann, G. (2017), Redox and temperature dependent attenuation of 20 organic micropollutants - a systematic column study, Water Environment Research, 89 (2), 155-167

5. Burke, V., Richter, D., Greskowiak, J., Mehrtens, A., Schulz, L., Massmann, G. (2016), Occurrence of Antibiotics in Surface and Groundwater of a Drinking Water Catchment Area in Germany, Water Environment Research, 88 (7), 652-659

4. Burke, V., Greskowiak, J., Asmuß, T., Bremermann, R., Taute, T., Massmann, G. (2014): Temperature dependent redox zonation and attenuation of wastewater-derived organic micropollutants in the hyporheic zone, Sci. Tot. Environ., 482-483: 53-61

3. Burke, V., Richter, D., Hass, U., Duennbier, U., Greskowiak, J., Massmann, G. (2014): Redox dependent removal of 27 organic trace pollutants: compilation of results from tank aeration experiments, Environ. Earth Sci., 71(8): 3685-3695

2. Burke, V., Treumann, S., Duennbier, U., Greskowiak, J., Massmann, G. (2013): Sorption behavior of 20 wastewater originated micropollutants in groundwater - Column experiments with pharmaceutical residues and industrial agents, J. Cont. Hydrol., 154: 29-41

1. Burke, V., Duennbier, U., Massmann, G. (2013). The effect of aeration on the removal of wastewater-derived pharmaceutical residues from groundwater - a laboratory study. Water Sci. & Tech. 67 (3), 658-666