Bernd Lennartz
Bernd Lennartz
Professor of Soil Physics, Rostock University
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Structure of peat soils and implications for water storage, flow and solute transport: A review update for geochemists
F Rezanezhad, JS Price, WL Quinton, B Lennartz, T Milojevic, ...
Chemical Geology 429, 75-84, 2016
Land use change impacts on floods at the catchment scale: Challenges and opportunities for future research
M Rogger, M Agnoletti, A Alaoui, JC Bathurst, G Bodner, M Borga, ...
Water resources research 53 (7), 5209-5219, 2017
Evaluating non-equilibrium solute transport in small soil columns
SK Kamra, B Lennartz, MT Van Genuchten, P Widmoser
Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 48 (3-4), 189-212, 2001
Diuron and simazine losses to runoff water in Mediterranean vineyards
B Lennartz, X Louchart, M Voltz, P Andrieux
Journal of Environmental Quality 26 (6), 1493-1502, 1997
Time variance analysis of preferential solute movement at a tile‐drained field site
B Lennartz, J Michaelsen, W Wichtmann, P Widmoser
Soil Science Society of America Journal 63 (1), 39-47, 1999
Nutrient losses from artificially drained catchments in North-Eastern Germany at different scales
B Tiemeyer, P Kahle, B Lennartz
Agricultural water management 85 (1-2), 47-57, 2006
The impact of olive mill wastewater application on flow and transport properties in soils
M Mahmoud, M Janssen, N Haboub, A Nassour, B Lennartz
Soil and Tillage Research 107 (1), 36-41, 2010
Virgin volcanic rocks: kinetics and equilibrium studies for the adsorption of cadmium from water
E Alemayehu, B Lennartz
Journal of Hazardous Materials 169 (1-3), 395-401, 2009
Analyses of soil water content variations and GPR attribute distributions
B Schmalz, B Lennartz
Journal of Hydrology 267 (3-4), 217-226, 2002
Horizontal and vertical water and solute fluxes in paddy rice fields
M Janssen, B Lennartz
Soil and Tillage Research 94 (1), 133-141, 2007
A comprehensive study of nutrient losses, soil properties and groundwater concentrations in a degraded peatland used as an intensive meadow–implications for re-wetting
B Tiemeyer, J Frings, P Kahle, S Köhne, B Lennartz
Journal of Hydrology 345 (1-2), 80-101, 2007
Adsorption behaviour of Cr (VI) onto macro and micro-vesicular volcanic rocks from water
E Alemayehu, S Thiele-Bruhn, B Lennartz
Separation and Purification Technology 78 (1), 55-61, 2011
Spatial variability of soil properties and rice yield along two catenas in southeast China
B Rüth, B Lennartz
Pedosphere 18 (4), 409-420, 2008
Variation of herbicide transport parameters within a single field and its relation to water flux and soil properties
B Lennartz
Geoderma 91 (3-4), 327-345, 1999
Farmers’ perception and adaptation practice to climate variability and change: a case study of the Vea catchment in Ghana
AM Limantol, BE Keith, BA Azabre, B Lennartz
SpringerPlus 5 (1), 1-38, 2016
Adsorptive removal of nickel from water using volcanic rocks
E Alemayehu, B Lennartz
Applied Geochemistry 25 (10), 1596-1602, 2010
Assessment of the predictive quality of simple indicator approaches for nitrate leaching from agricultural fields
U Buczko, RO Kuchenbuch, B Lennartz
Journal of Environmental Management 91 (6), 1305-1315, 2010
Application of the SWAT model for a tile-drained lowland catchment in North-Eastern Germany on subbasin scale
S Koch, A Bauwe, B Lennartz
Water Resources Management 27 (3), 791-805, 2013
MHYDAS-DRAIN: A spatially distributed model for small, artificially drained lowland catchments
B Tiemeyer, R Moussa, B Lennartz, M Voltz
Ecological modelling 209 (1), 2-20, 2007
Bromide transport at a tile-drained field site: Experiment, and one-and two-dimensional equilibrium and non-equilibrium numerical modeling
S Köhne, B Lennartz, JM Köhne, J Šimůnek
Journal of Hydrology 321 (1-4), 390-408, 2006
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