|River water quality model no. 1 (RWQM1): II. Biochemical process equations|
P Reichert, D Borchardt, M Henze, W Rauch, P Shanahan, L Somlyódy, ...
Water science and Technology 43 (5), 11-30, 2001
|Multiple stressors in coupled river–floodplain ecosystems|
K Tockner, M Pusch, D Borchardt, MS Lorang
Freshwater Biology 55, 135-151, 2010
|Water resources and their management in central Asia in the early twenty first century: status, challenges and future prospects|
D Karthe, S Chalov, D Borchardt
Environmental Earth Sciences 73, 487-499, 2015
|Effects of ﬂow and refugia on drift loss of benthic macroinvertebrates: implications for habitat restoration|
Freshwater biology 29, 221-227, 1993
|Modelling water quality, bioindication and population dynamics in lotic ecosystems using neural networks|
IM Schleiter, D Borchardt, R Wagner, T Dapper, KD Schmidt, HH Schmidt, ...
Ecological Modelling 120 (2-3), 271-286, 1999
|River water quality model no. 1 (RWQM1): I. Modelling approach|
P Shanahan, D Borchardt, M Henze, W Rauch, P Reichert, L Somlyódy, ...
Water Science and Technology 43 (5), 1-9, 2001
|River water quality model no. 1 (RWQM1): III. Biochemical submodel selection|
P Vanrolleghem, D Borchardt, M Henze, W Rauch, P Reichert, ...
Water Science and Technology 43 (5), 31-40, 2001
|Ecological impact of urban stormwater runoff studied in experimental flumes: population loss by drift and availability of refugial space|
D Borchardt, B Statzner
Aquatic Sciences 52, 299-314, 1990
|Disentangling the influence of hydroclimatic patterns and agricultural management on river nitrate dynamics from sub-hourly to decadal time scales|
R Dupas, S Jomaa, A Musolff, D Borchardt, M Rode
Science of the Total Environment 571, 791-800, 2016
|Urban stormwater discharges: ecological effects on receiving waters and consequences for technical measures|
D Borchardt, F Sperling
Water science and technology 36 (8-9), 173-178, 1997
|Integrated water resources management under different hydrological, climatic and socio-economic conditions|
E Kalbus, T Kalbacher, O Kolditz, E Krüger, J Seegert, G Röstel, ...
Environmental Earth Sciences 65, 1363-1366, 2012
|The Bode hydrological observatory: a platform for integrated, interdisciplinary hydro-ecological research within the TERENO Harz/Central German Lowland Observatory|
U Wollschläger, S Attinger, D Borchardt, M Brauns, M Cuntz, P Dietrich, ...
Environmental Earth Sciences 76, 1-25, 2017
|Microbial growth in drinking water supplies|
D Van der Kooij, PWJJ van der Wielen, D Rosso, A Shaw, D Borchardt, ...
Iwa Publishing, 2013
|The IWAS-ToolBox: software coupling for an integrated water resources management|
T Kalbacher, JO Delfs, H Shao, W Wang, M Walther, L Samaniego, ...
Environmental Earth Sciences 65, 1367-1380, 2012
|Quantifying urban water supply security under global change|
E Krueger, PSC Rao, D Borchardt
Global Environmental Change 56, 66-74, 2019
|The Water Framework Directive as an approach for Integrated Water Resources Management: results from the experiences in Germany on implementation, and future perspectives|
S Richter, J Völker, D Borchardt, V Mohaupt
Environmental earth sciences 69, 719-728, 2013
|Continuous in-stream assimilatory nitrate uptake from high-frequency sensor measurements|
M Rode, S Halbedel née Angelstein, MR Anis, D Borchardt, M Weitere
Environmental science & technology 50 (11), 5685-5694, 2016
|Longitudinal patterns and processes along streams: modelling ecological responses to physical gradients|
B Statzner, D Borchardt
Aquatic ecology: scale, pattern and process, 113-140, 1994
|Alteration of key hyporheic functions through biological and physical clogging along a nutrient and fine‐sediment gradient|
M Hartwig, D Borchardt
Ecohydrology 8 (5), 961-975, 2015
|Pesticides are the dominant stressors for vulnerable insects in lowland streams|
M Liess, L Liebmann, P Vormeier, O Weisner, R Altenburger, D Borchardt, ...
Water Research 201, 117262, 2021