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Lewandowski, Jörg and Arnon, Shai and Banks, Eddie and Batelaan, Okke and Betterle, Andrea and Broecker, Tabea and Coll, Claudia and Drummond, Jennifer D. and Garcia, Jaime Gaona and Galloway, Jason and Gomez-Velez, Jesus and Grabowski, Robert C. and Herzog, Skuyler P. and Hinkelmann, Reinhard and Höhne, Anja and Hollender, Juliane and Horn, Marcus A. and Jaeger, Anna and Krause, Stefan and Prats, Adrian Löchner and Magliozzi, Chiara and Meinikmann, Karin and Mojarrad, Brian Babak and Mueller, Birgit Maria and Peralta-Maraver, Ignacio and Popp, Andrea L. and Posselt, Malte and Putschew, Anke and Radke, Michael and Raza, Muhammad and Riml, Joakim and Robertson, Anne and Rutere, Cyrus and Schaper, Jonas L. and Schirmer, Mario and Schulz, Hanna and Shanafield, Margaret and Singh, Tanu and Ward, Adam S. and Wolke, Philipp and Wörman, Anders and Wu, Liwen (2019). Is the Hyporheic Zone Relevant beyond the Scientific Community?. Water

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Jingsi Li and Liangjun Fei and Shan Li and Cai Xue and Zhongxing Shi and Reinhard Hinkelmann (2020). Development of “water-suitable” agriculture based on a statistical analysis of factors affecting irrigation water demand. Science of The Total Environment, 140986.

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Liang, D., Özgen, I., Hinkelmann, R., Xiao, Y. & Chen, J. M. (2015). Shallow water simulation of overland flows in idealised catchments. Environmental Earth Sciences. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 7307–7318.

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Liniger, HP., Mekdaschi Studer, R., Moll, P., Zander, U. (2017). Making sense of research for sustainable land management..


Ma, Y. and Matta, E. and Meißner, D. and Schellenberg, H. and Hinkelmann, R. (2019). Can machine learning improve the accuracy of water level forecasts for inland navigation? Case study: Rhine River Basin, Germany. 38th IAHR World Congress Panama City 2019, Water - Connecting the world, 1979-1989.

Mahgoub,M., Hinkelmann,R. & La Rocca,M. (2015). Three-dimensional non-hydrostatic simulation of gravity currents using TELEMAC3D and comparison of results to experimental data. Progress in Computational Fluid Dynamics, an International Journal, 56-67.

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