Stefan Geyer
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Spectroscopic properties of dissolved humic substances—a reflection of land use history in a fen area
K Kalbitz, W Geyer, S Geyer
Biogeochemistry 47 (2), 219-238, 1999
3331999
Characterization of groundwater humic substances: influence of sedimentary organic carbon
R Artinger, G Buckau, S Geyer, P Fritz, M Wolf, JI Kim
Applied Geochemistry 15 (1), 97-116, 2000
2822000
A comparative characterization of dissolved organic matter by means of original aqueous samples and isolated humic substances
K Kalbitz, S Geyer, W Geyer
Chemosphere 40 (12), 1305-1312, 2000
1902000
Different effects of peat degradation on dissolved organic carbon and nitrogen
K Kalbitz, S Geyer
Organic Geochemistry 33 (3), 319-326, 2002
1382002
Microbial and chemical characterization of underwater fresh water springs in the Dead Sea
D Ionescu, C Siebert, L Polerecky, YY Munwes, C Lott, S Häusler, ...
PloS one 7 (6), e38319, 2012
1322012
Water percolation through the deep vadose zone and groundwater recharge: Preliminary results based on a new vadose zone monitoring system
Y Rimon, O Dahan, R Nativ, S Geyer
Water resources research 43 (5), 2007
1012007
Groundwater in-situ generation of aquatic humic and fulvic acids and the mineralization of sedimentary organic carbon
G Buckau, R Artinger, S Geyer, M Wolf, P Fritz, JI Kim
Applied Geochemistry 15 (6), 819-832, 2000
812000
Origin and mobility of humic colloids in the Gorleben aquifer system
G Buckau, R Artinger, P Fritz, S Geyer, JI Kim, M Wolf
Applied Geochemistry 15 (2), 171-179, 2000
662000
Hydrochemical processes in the lower Jordan valley and in the Dead Sea area
P Moeller, E Rosenthal, S Geyer, J Guttman, P Dulski, M Rybakov, ...
Chemical Geology 239 (1-2), 27-49, 2007
592007
Controls on the chemical and isotopic compositions of urban stormwater in a semiarid zone
L Asaf, R Nativ, D Shain, M Hassan, S Geyer
Journal of Hydrology 294 (4), 270-293, 2004
592004
Rare earths and yttrium hydrostratigraphy along the Lake Kinneret–Dead Sea–Arava transform fault, Israel and adjoining territories
P Moeller, E Rosenthal, P Dulski, S Geyer, Y Guttman
Applied Geochemistry 18 (10), 1613-1628, 2003
522003
Origin and mobility of fulvic acids in the Gorleben aquifer system: implications from isotopic data and carbon/sulfur XANES
T Schäfer, G Buckau, R Artinger, JI Kim, S Geyer, M Wolf, WF Bleam, ...
Organic Geochemistry 36 (4), 567-582, 2005
502005
Origin and mobility of fulvic acids in the Gorleben aquifer system: implications from isotopic data and carbon/sulfur XANES
T Schäfer, G Buckau, R Artinger, JI Kim, S Geyer, M Wolf, WF Bleam, ...
Organic Geochemistry 36 (4), 567-582, 2005
502005
Estimating groundwater recharge using the chloride mass-balance method in the West Bank, Palestine
A Marei, S Khayat, S Weise, S Ghannam, M Sbaih, S Geyer
Hydrological sciences journal 55 (5), 780-791, 2010
482010
Chemical evolution of saline waters in the Jordan-Dead Sea transform and in adjoining areas
P Möller, E Rosenthal, S Geyer, A Flexer
International Journal of Earth Sciences 96 (3), 541-566, 2007
482007
14C dating of Gorleben groundwater
G Buckau, R Artinger, S Geyer, M Wolf, P Fritz, JI Kim
Applied Geochemistry 15 (5), 583-597, 2000
462000
Derivation of groundwater flow-paths based on semi-automatic extraction of lineaments from remote sensing data
U Mallast, R Gloaguen, S Geyer, T Rödiger, C Siebert
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 15 (8), 2665, 2011
422011
Land use impacts on the isotopic signature (13C, 14C, 15N) of water-soluble fulvic acids in a German fen area
K Kalbitz, S Geyer, M Gehre
Soil science 165 (9), 728-736, 2000
392000
Hydrochemical investigation of water from the Pleistocene wells and springs, Jericho area, Palestine
S Khayat, H Hötzl, S Geyer, W Ali
Hydrogeology Journal 14 (1-2), 192-202, 2006
362006
Characterization of groundwater humic and fulvic acids of different origin by GPC with UV/Vis and fluorescence detection
R Artinger, G Buckau, JI Kim, S Geyer
Fresenius' journal of analytical chemistry 364 (8), 737-745, 1999
351999
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