Prof. Dr. Rolf Krebs

Prof. Dr. Rolf Krebs

Prof. Dr. Rolf Krebs
ZHAW Life Sciences und Facility Management
Grüental
8820 Wädenswil

+41 (0) 58 934 57 90
rolf.krebs@zhaw.ch

Persönliches Profil

Leitungsfunktion

  • Zentrumsleitung Natürliche Ressourcen

Tätigkeit an der ZHAW als

Dozent für angewandte Bodenökologie und Umweltchemie

www.zhaw.ch/iunr

Lehrtätigkeit in der Weiterbildung

Arbeits- und Forschungsschwerpunkte, Spezialkenntnisse

Umweltanalytik, Bodensanierung, Gefährdungsabschätzungen, Bodenmonitoring, Hydrothermale Carbonisierung

Mitglied in Netzwerken

Projekte

Projektleitung

Mitarbeit an folgenden Projekten

Publikationen

Beiträge, peer-reviewed

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The long-term interaction of mine tailings with soils and the wider environment: Examples from Mont Chemin, Switzerland

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Journal of Geochemical Exploration, 182. 53-69. Peer reviewed.

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Enhanced adsorption of orthophosphate and copper onto hydrochar derived from sewage sludge by KOH activation

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RSC Advances, 6 101827/101834. Peer reviewed.

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Behandlung des Prozesswassers aus hydrothermal karbonisiertem Klärschlamm vor der Einleitung in eine Abwasserreinigungsanlage

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gwf Wasser Abwasser, 10 1004-1011. Peer reviewed.

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Hydrothermal carbonization of sewage sludge on industrial scale: energy efficiency, environmental effects and combustion

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Journal of Energy Challenges and Mechanics, 2, 2. 38-44. Peer reviewed.

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Pre-alpine mire sediments as a mirror of erosion, soil formation and landscape evolution during the last 45 ka

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Catena, 128 63-79. Peer reviewed.

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Removal of rotavirus and adenovirus from artificial ground water using hydrochar derived from sewage sludge

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Applied Microbiology. Peer reviewed.

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Black carbon contributes to organic matter in young soils in the Morteratsch proglacial area (Switzerland)

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Biogeosciences, 10 1265 - 1274. Peer reviewed.

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Characterization of a New Heat Dissipation Matric Potential Sensor

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Sensors, 13 1137-1145. Peer reviewed.

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Hydrothermal carbonization of organic material with low dry matter content: the example of waste whey

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Journal of Residuals Science &Technology, 10, 4. 179 - 186. Peer reviewed.

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Charcoal and stable organic matter as indicators of fire frequency, climate and past vegetation in volcanic soils of Mt. Etna, Sicily

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Catena, 88 14-26. Peer reviewed.

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Soil organic carbon and nitrogen accumulation rates in cold and alpine environments over 1 Ma

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Geoderma, 183-184 109–123. Peer reviewed.

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Soil weathering and accumulation rates of oxalate-extractable phases derived from alpine chronosequences of up to 1 Ma in age

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Geomorphology Peer reviewed.

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Environmental exposure to lead, but not other neurotoxic metals, relates to core elements of ADHD in Romanian children:Performance and questionnaire data

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Environmental Research, 110. 476-483. Peer reviewed.

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The influence of weathering and organic matter on heavy metals lability in silicatic, Alpine soils

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The Science of the Total Environment, 408. 931-946. Peer reviewed.

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Heavy metal contamination in the vicinity of an industrial area near Bucharest:

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Environmetal Science Pollution Research, 16(Suppl 1). 27-32. Peer reviewed.

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Removal of oxide nanoparticles in a model waste water treatment plant: Influence of agglomeration and surfactants on clearing efficiency

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Environment, Science and Technology, 42(15). 5828-5833. Peer reviewed.

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The influence of nitrilotriacetate on heavy metal uptake of lettuce and ryegrass

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Journal of Environmental Quality, 28(6). 1699-1705. Peer reviewed.

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Gravel sludge as immobilizing additive in soils polluted by heavy metals - a field study

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Water, Air and Soil Pollution, 115 (1-4). 465-479. Peer reviewed.

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Immobilization of cadmium and zinc in soil by Al-montmorillonite and gravel sludge

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European Journal of Soil Science, 49. 141-148. Peer reviewed.

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Solubility and plant uptake of metals with and without liming of sludge-amended soils

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Journal of Environmental Quality, 27(1). 18-23. Peer reviewed.

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The importance of mobile, mobilisable and pseudo total heavy metal fractions in soil for three level risk assessment and risk management

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The Science of the Total Environment, 178. 11-20. Peer reviewed.

Beiträge, nicht peer-reviewed

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Stickstoffnutzungseffizienz roher und anaerob vergorener Güllen: Eine Studie mit unterschiedlichen 15N Methoden

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In: S. Wolfrum; H. Heuwinkel; H.J. Reents; K. Wiesinger; K.-J. Hülsbergen (Hg.). Beiträge zur 14. Wissenschaftstagung Ökologischer Landbau. Ökologischen Landbau weiterdenken - Verantwortung übernehmen - Vertrauen stärken. (314-317). Berlin: Verlag Dr. Köster.

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Best Practise Beispiel aus der Schweiz: Alternative Methoden und Ansätze zur Klärschlammverwertung

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In: Biobasierte hydrothermale Prozesse - Technologien zur stofflichen und energetischen Nutzung. Leipzig: DBFZ.

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Hydrothermal carbonisation as an energy-efficient alternative to thermal drying of sewage sludge

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In: . Aberdeen: 2nd International Symposium on Energy Challenges and Mechanics.

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NEPOLL: Environmental pollution in the vicinity of an industrial area near Bucharest and the impact upon the health of people living in this area,

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Danube News, 17. 7-9.

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Transformations of Fe- and Mn-oxide minerals in sesonally wet soils of the Willamette Valley, OR.

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In: Agronomy Abstracts . (314). _ : _.