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Prof. Dr. Gudrun Massmann

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AG Hydrogeologie/ Landschaftswasserhaushalt 
IBU, Fk. V, Gebäude A1 
Carl von Ossietzky Universität 
D-26111 Oldenburg

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Prof. Dr. Gudrun Massmann

Publications in journals (peer-reviewed)

69. Karakurt-Fischer, S, Sanz-Prat, A., Greskowiak, J., Ergh, M., Gerdes, H., Massmann, G., Ederer, J., Regnery, J., Hübner, U. , Drewes, J.E. (2020). Developing a novel biofiltration treatment system by coupling high-rate infiltration trench technology with a plug-flow porous-media bioreactor. Science of the Total Environment 722, 137890

68. Sanz-Prat, A., Greskowiak, J., Burke, V., Rivera Villareyes, C.A., Krause, J., Monninkhoff, B., Sperlich, A., Schimmelpfennig, S., Duennbier, U., Massmann, G. (accepted). A model-based analysis of the reactive transport behaviour of 37 trace organic compounds during field-scale bank filtration. Water Research.

67. Dillon, P., Stuyfzand, P., Grischek, T., Lluria, M., Pyne, R.D.G., Jain, R.C., Bear, J., Schwarz, J., Wang, W., Fernandez, E., Stefan, C., Pettenati, M., van der Gun, J., Sprenger, C., Massmann, G., Scanlon, B.R., Xanke, J., Jokela, P., Zheng, Y., Rossetto, R., Shamrukh, M., Pavelic, P.,  Murray, E., Ross, A., Bonilla Valverde, J.P., Palma Nava, A., Ansems, N., Posavec, K., Ha, K., Martin, R. and Sapiano, M. (2019). Sixty Years of Global Progress in Managed Aquifer Recharge. Hydrgeology Journal 27(1), 1-30, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10040-018-1841-z.

66. Holt, T., Greskowiak, J., Seibert, S., Massmann, G. (in press). Modeling the evolution of a freshwater lens under highly dynamic conditions on a currently developing barrier island. Geofluids

65. Seibert, S.L., Böttcher, M.E., Schubert, F., Pollmann, T., Giani, L., Tsukamoto, S., Frechen, M., Freund, H., Waska, Simon, H.H., Holt, T., Greskowiak, J., Massmann, G. (2019). Iron sulfide formation in young and rapidly-deposited permeable sands at the land-sea transition zone. Science of the Total Environment 649, 264-283

64. Seibert, S.L., Greskowiak, J., Prommer, H., Böttcher, M.E., Massmann, G. (2019). Modeling of biogeochemical processes in a barrier island freshwater lens (Spiekeroog, Germany). Journal of Hydrology 575, 1133-1144

63. Waska, H., Brumsack, H.J., Massmann, G., Koschinsky, A., Schnetger, B., Simon, H., Dittmar, T. (2019). Inorganic and organic iron and copper species of the subterranean estuary: Origins and fate. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 259: 211–232

62. Waska H., Greskowiak J., Ahrens J., Beck M., Ahmerkamp S., Böning P., Brumsack H.J., Degenhardt J., Ehlert C., Engelen, B., Grünenbaum N., Holtappels M., Pahnke K., Marchant H.K., Massmann G., Meier D., Schnetger B., Schwalfenberg K., Simon H., Vandieken V., Zielinski O. and Dittmar T. (in press). Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Pore Water Chemistry in the Inter-Tidal Zone of a High Energy Beach. Front. Mar. Sci. 6, 154.

61. Seibert, S.L., Böttcher, M.E., Schubert, F., Pollmann, T., Giani, L., Tsukamoto, S., Frechen, M., Freund, H., 649, 264-283Waska, Simon, H.H., Holt, T., Greskowiak, J., Massmann, G. (2019). Iron sulfide formation in young and rapidly-deposited permeable sands at the land-sea transition zone. Science of the Total Environment 249, 264-283

60. Burke, V., Schneider, L., Greskowiak, J., Zerball-van Baar, P., Sperlich, A., Dünnbier, U., Massmann, G. (2018). Trace organic removal during river bank filtration for two types of sediment. Water 10, 1736

59. Dillon, P., Stuyfzand, P., Grischek, T., Lluria, M., Pyne, R.D.G., Jain, R.C., Bear, J., Schwarz, J., Wang, W., Fernandez, E., Stefan, C., Pettenati, M., van der Gun, J., Sprenger, C., Massmann, G., Scanlon, B.R., Xanke, J., Jokela, P., Zheng, Y., Rossetto, R., Shamrukh, M., Pavelic, P.,  Murray, E., Ross, A., Bonilla Valverde, J.P., Palma Nava, A., Ansems, N., Posavec, K., Ha, K., Martin, R. and Sapiano, M. (2019). Sixty Years of Global Progress in Managed Aquifer Recharge. Hydrogeology Journal 27(1), 1-30, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10040-018-1841-z.

58. Gillefalk, M., Massmann, G., Nützmann, G., Hilt, S. (2018). Potential Impacts of induced Bank Filtration on Surface Water Quality: A Conceptual Framework for Future Research. Water 10, 1240; http://www.mdpi.com/2073-4441/10/9/1240

57. Hellauer, K., Karakurt, S., Sperlich, A., Burke, V., Massmann, G., Hübner, U., Drewes, J. E. (2018). Establishing sequential managed aquifer recharge technology (SMART) for enhanced removal of trace organic chemicals: Experiences from field studies in Berlin, Germany. Journal of Hydrology 563, 1161–1168

56. Seibert, S.L., Holt, T., Reckhardt, A., Ahrens, J., Beck, M., Pollmann., T., Giani, L., Waska, H., Böttcher, M.E., Greskowiak, J., Massmann, G. (2018). Hydrochemical evolution of a freshwater lens below a barrier island (Spiekeroog, Germany): The role of carbonate mineral reactions, cation exchange and redox processes. Appl. Geochem. 92, 186-208

55. Beck, M, Reckhardt, A., Amelsberg, J., Bartholomä, A., Brumsack, H.-J., Cypionka, H., Dittmar, T., Engelen, B., Greskowiak, J., Hillebrand, H., Holtappels, M., Neuholz, R., Köster, J., Kuypers, M.M., Massmann, G., Meier, D., Niggemann, J., Paffrath, R., Pahnke, K., Rovo, S., Striebel, M., Vandieken, V., Wehrmann, A., Zielinski, O. (2017). The drivers of biogeochemistry in beach ecosystems: A cross-shore transect from the dunes to the low water line. Marine Chemistry 190, 35-50

54. Burke, V., Greskowiak, J., Massmann, G. (2017). Redox and Temperature Dependent Attenuation of Twenty Organic Micropollutants - A Systematic Column Study. Water Environment Research 89(2), 155-167

53. Elmarami, H., Meyer, H., Massmann, G. (2017). Combined approach of isotope mass balance and hydrological water balance methods to constrain the sources of lake water as exemplified on the small dimictic lake Silbersee, northern Germany. Isotopes in Environmental and Health Studies 53(2): 184-197

52. Greskowiak, J., Hamann, E., Burke, V., Massmann, G. (2017). 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

51. 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

50. Holt,T, Seibert, S. L., Greskowiak, J., Freund, H., Massmann, G. (2017). Impact of storm tides and inundation frequency on water table salinity and vegetation on a juvenile barrier island. Journal of Hydrology 554: 666–679

49. 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):652-9

48. Hamann, E., Stuyfzand, P.J., Greskowiak, J., Massmann, G. (2016) The fate of organic micropollutants during long-term/long-distance river bank filtration. Science of the Total Environment 545: 629–640

47. Henzler, A., Greskowiak, J., Massmann, G. (2016) Seasonality of temperatures and redox zonations during river bank filtration - A modeling approach. J. of Hydrol. 535: 282–292

46. Nham, H. T. T., Greskowiak, J., Hamann, E., Meffe, R., Hass, U., Massmann, G. Large-scale long-term behaviour of psychoactive compounds in a sewage-based groundwater contamination (2016). Grundwasser 21(4):321–332

45. Brack, W., Altenburger, R., Schüürmann, G., Krauss, M., López Herráeza, D., van Gils, J., Slobodnik, J., Munthe, J., Gawlike, B.M., van Wezel, A., Schriks, M., Hollender, J., Tollefsen, K.E., Mekenyani, O., Dimitrovi, S., Bunkej, D., Cousins, I., Posthuma, L., van den Brink, P.J., López de Aldan, M., Barceló, D., Faust, M.,  Kortenkamp, A., Scrimshaw, A., Ignatovaq, S., Engelen, G., Massmann, G., Lemkine, G., Teodorovic, I. (2015). The SOLUTIONS project: Challenges and responses for present and future emerging pollutants in land and water resources management. Science of the Total Environment 503 (Special Issue): 22-31. 

44. Nham, H.T.T., Greskowiak, J., Nödler, K., Rahman, M.A., Spachos. T., Rusteberg, B., Massmann, G., Sauter, M., Licha, T. (2015): Modeling the transport behavior of 16 emerging organic contaminants during soil aquifer treatment. Science of the Total Environment. 514: 450-458.

43. Röper, T., Greskowiak, J., Massmann, G. (2015): Instabilities of Submarine Groundwater Discharge. Limnology and Oceanography 60(1): 22-28

42. Burke, V., Greskowiak, J., Asmuß, T., Bremermann, R., Massmann, G. (2014). Temperature dependent redox zonation and attenuation of wastewater-derived organic micropollutants in the hyporheic zone. Science of the Total Environm. 482–483: 53–61.

41. 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. Environm. Earth Sci. 71(8): 3685-3695.

40. Henzler, A., Greskowiak, J., Massmann, G. (2014): Modeling the Fate of Organic Micropollutants during River Bank Filtration (Berlin, Germany). J. Cont. Hydrol. 156 78–92.

39. Meffe, R., Kohfahl, C., Hamann, E., Greskowiak, G., Massmann, G., Dünnbier, U., Pekdeger, A. (2014). Fate of para-toluenesulfonamide (p-TSA) in groundwater under anoxic conditions: modelling results from a field site in Berlin (Germany). Environm. Sci. and Poll. Res. 21(1): 568-583.

38. Röper, T., Greskowiak, J., Massmann, G. (2014): Detecting small-scale groundwater discharge springs using handheld thermal infrared imagery. Ground water. 52(6): 936–942.

37. Burke, V., Dünnbier, U., Massmann, G. (2013). The effect of aeration on the removal of wastewater derived pharmaceutical residues from groundwater – a laboratory study. Water Sci. and Technol. 67(3): 658–666

36. Burke, V., Treumann, S., Dünnbier, U., Greskowiak, J., Massmann, G. (2013): Sorption behavior of 20 organic micropollutants in groundwater - Column experiments for pharmaceutical residues and industrial agents. J. Contaminant Hydrol.154: 29-41.

35. Röper, T, Greskowiak, J., Freund, H., Massmann, G. (2013). Freshwater lens formation below juvenile dunes on a barrier island (Spiekeroog, Northwest Germany). Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 121-122: 40-50

34. Hass, U., Dünnbier, U., Massmann, G. (2012). Occurrence and distribution of psychoactive compounds and their metabolites in the urban water cycle of Berlin (Germany). Water Research 46(18): 6013–6022

33. Hass, U., Dünnbier, U., Massmann, G. (2012). Occurrence of psychoactive compounds and their metabolites in groundwater down gradient of a decommissioned sewage farm in Berlin (Germany). Environm. Sci. and Poll. Res. 19(6): 2096-2106

32. Meffe, R., Massmann, G., Taute, T., Kohfahl, C., Richter, D., Dünnbier, U., Pekdeger, A. (2012). Investigating the redox sensitivity of para-toluenesulfonamide (p-TSA) in groundwater. Environ Earth Sci. 65(3): 861-870

31. Röper, T., Kröger, K. F., Meyer, H., Sültenfuss, J., Greskowiak, J., Massmann, G. (2012). Groundwater ages, recharge conditions and hydrochemical evolution of a barrier island freshwater lens (Spiekeroog, Northern Germany). J. of Hydrol. 454: 173-183

30. Wiese, B., Massmann, G., Jekel, M., Heberer, T., Dünnbier, U., Orlikowskia, D. Grützmacher, G. (2011). Removal kinetics of organic compounds and sum parameters under field conditions for managed aquifer recharge. Water Research 45(16), 4939-4950.

29. Hass, U., Dünnbier, U., Massmann, G., Pekdeger, A. (2011). Simultaneous determination of psychoactive substances and their metabolites in aqueous matrices by ultrahigh-performance liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry. Anal. Methods 3, 902

28. Lorenzen, G., Sprenger, C., Taute, T., Pekdeger, A., Mittal, A., Massmann, G. (2010). Assessment of the potential for riverbank filtration in a water-stressed megacity (Delhi, India); Environ Earth Sci. 61(7): 1419-1434.

27. Meffe, R, Kohfahl, C., Holzbecher, E., Massmann, G., Richter, D., Dünnbier, U., Pekdeger, A. (2010). Modelling the removal of p-TSA (para-toluenesulfonamide) during rapid sand filtration used for drinking water treatment. Water Research 44(1): 205-213.

26. Tosaki, Y., Massmann, G., Tase, N., Sasa, K., Takahashi, T., Matsushi, Y., Tamari, M., Nagashima, Y., Bessho, K., Matsumura, H. (2010). Distribution of 36Cl/Cl in a river-recharged aquifer: Implications for the fallout rate of bomb-produced 36Cl. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B 268:1261-1264.

25. Kohfahl, C., Massmann, G., Pekdeger, A. (2009). Sources of oxygen flux in groundwater during induced bank filtration at a site in Berlin, Germany; Hydrogeology Journal 17: 571–578.

24. Massmann, G., Dünnbier, U., Heberer, T., Pekdeger, A., Richter, D., Sültenfuß, J., Tosaki, Y. (2009). Hydrodynamische und hydrochemische Aspekte der anthropogen und natürlich induzierten Uferfiltration am Beispiel von Berlin/Brandenburg. Grundwasser 14(3): 163-177.

23. Massmann, G., Sültenfuß, S., Pekdeger, A. (2009). Analysis of long-term dispersion in a river-recharged aquifer using tritium/helium data, Water Resour. Res. 45: W02431, doi:10.1029/2007WR006746.

22. Richter, D., Massmann, G., Taute, T., Dünnbier, U. (2009). Investigation of the fate of sulfonamides downgradient of a decommissioned sewage farm near Berlin, Germany. J. Contaminant Hydrology 106: 183–194.

21. Heberer, T., Massmann, G., Fanck, B., Taute, T., Dünnbier, U. (2008). Behaviour and redox sensitivity of antimirobial residues during bank filtration. Chemosphere 73: 451–460.

20. Massmann, G., Dünnbier, U., Heberer, T., Taute, T. (2008). Behaviour and redox sensitivity of pharmaceutical residues during bank filtration - Investigation of phenazone-type residues. Chemosphere 71(8): 1476-1485.

19. Massmann, G., Nogeitzig, A., Taute, T., Pekdeger, A. (2008). Seasonal and spatial distribution of redox zones during lake bank filtration in Berlin, Germany. Environmental Geology 54(1): 53-65.

18. Massmann, G., Sültenfuß, J. (2008). Identification of processes affecting excess air formation during natural bank filtration and managed aquifer recharge. J. of Hydrol. 359: 235– 246.

17. Massmann, G., Sültenfuß, J., Dünnbier, U., Knappe, A., Taute, T., Pekdeger, A. (2008). Investigation of groundwater residence times during bank filtration in Berlin – a multi-tracer approach. Hydrological Processes 22: 788-801.

16. Richter, D., Massmann, G., Dünnbier (2008). Behaviour and biodegradation of sulfonamides (p-TSA, o-TSA, BSA) during drinking water treatment. Chemosphere 71(8): 1476-1485.

15. Richter, D., Massmann, G., Dünnbier (2008). Identification and significance of sulfonamides (p-TSA, o-TSA, BSA) in an urban water cycle (Berlin, Germany). Water Research 42(6-7): 1369-1378.

14. Massmann, G., Heberer, T., Grützmacher, G., Dünnbier, U., Knappe, A., Meyer, H., Mechlinski, A., Pekdeger, A. (2007). Trinkwassergewinnung in urbanen Räumen – Erkenntnisse zur Uferfiltration in Berlin. Grundwasser 12: 232-245.

13. Mischke, S., Herzschuh, U., Massmann, G., Zhang, C. (2007). An ostracod-conductivity transfer-function for Tibetan lakes. J. of Paleolimnology 38(4): 509-524.

12. Richter, D, Dünnbier, U., Massmann, G., Pekdeger, A. (2007). Quantitative determination of three sulfonamides in environmental water samples using liquid chromatography coupled to electrospray tandem mass spectrometry. J. of Chromatography. A 115: 115–121.

11. Tosaki, Y., Tase, N., Massmann, G., Nagashima, Y., Seki, R., Takahashi, T., Sasa, K., Sueki, K., Matsuhiro, T., Miura, T., Bessho, K., Matsumura, H., He, M. (2007). Application of 36Cl as a dating tool for modern groundwater, Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B 259: 479–485.

10. Greskowiak, J., Prommer, H., Massmann, G., Nützmann, G. (2006). Modelling the fate of the pharmaceutical residue phenazone during artificial recharge of groundwater. Environmental Science & Technology 40 (21): 6615-6621.

9.   Massmann, G., Greskowiak, J., Dünnbier, U., Knappe, A., Pekdeger, P. (2006). The impact of variable temperatures on the redox conditions and the behaviour of pharmaceutical residues during artificial recharge. J. of Hydrology 328 (1-2): 141-156.

8.   Massmann, G., Simmons, C., Love, A., Ward, J., James-Smith, J. (2006). On variable density surface water – groundwater interaction: A theoretical analysis of mixed convection in a stably-stratified fresh surface water – saline groundwater discharge zone. J. of Hydrology 329 (3-4): 390-402.

7.   Greskowiak, J., Prommer, H., Massmann, G., Johnston, C.D., Nützmann, G., Pekdeger, A. (2005): The impact of variably saturated conditions on hydrogeochemical changes during artificial recharge of groundwater. Applied Geochemistry 20 (7): 1409-1426.

6.   Heberer, T., Michelinski, A., Fanck, B., Knappe, A., Massmann, G., Pekdeger, A., Fritz, B. (2004). Field studies on the fate and transport of pharmaceutical residues in bank filtration. Ground Water Monitoring & Remediation, 24(2): 70-77.

5.   Massmann , G., Knappe, A., Richter, D., Pekdeger, A. (2004). Investigating the influence of treated sewage in ground- and surface water using wastewater indicators in Berlin, Germany. Acta hydrochimica et hydrobiologica, 32(4-5): 336-350.

4.   Massmann, G., Pekdeger, A., Merz, C. (2004). Redox processes in the Oderbruch Polder groundwater flow system in Germany. Applied Geochemistry 19(6): 863-886.

3.   Sültenfuß, J. & Massmann, G. (2004). Datierung mit der 3He-Tritium Methode am Beispiel der Uferfiltration im Oderbruch. Grundwasser, 9(4): 221-234.

2.   Massmann, G., Tichomirowa, M., Merz, C., Pekdeger, A. (2003). Sulfide oxidation and sulfate reduction in a shallow groundwater system (Oderbruch aquifer, Germany). J. of Hydrology 278(1-4): 231-243.

1.   Dillon, P., Pavelic, P., Massmann, G., Barry, K., Corell, R. (2001). Enhancement of the Membrane Filtration Index (MFI) Method for determining the clogging potential of turbid urban stormwater and reclaimed water used for aquifer storage and recovery. Desalination J. 140 (2): 153-165. Beck, M, Reckhardt, A., Amelsberg, J., Bartholomä, A., Brumsack, H.-J., Cypionka, H., Dittmar, T., Engelen, B., Greskowiak, J., Hillebrand, H., Holtappels, M., Neuholz, R., Köster, J., Kuypers, M.M., Massmann, G., Meier, D., Niggemann, J., Paffrath, R., Pahnke, K., Rovo, S., Striebel, M., Vandieken, V., Wehrmann, A., Zielinski, O. (2017). The drivers of biogeochemistry in beach ecosystems: A cross-shore transect from the dunes to the low water line. Marine Chemistry 190, 35-50

 

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