Publications by Thilo Hofmann

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 Anthropocene Reads

Castan et al-2021-Article Communications Earth & Environment (preview)

Sigmund et al-2021-Article Communications Earth & Environment (preview)

Hofmann et al-2020-Article Nature Food (preview)

 All Publications by Univ.-Prof. Dr. Thilo Hofmann


Wilkinson, J. L., Boxall, A. B. A., Kolpin, D. W., Leung, K. M. Y., Lai, R. W. S., Galbán-Malagón, C., Adell, A. D., Mondon, J., Metian, M., Marchant, R. A., Bouzas-Monroy, A., Cuni-Sanchez, A., Coors, A., Carriquiriborde, P., Rojo, M., Gordon, C., Cara, M., Moermond, M., Luarte, T., ... Teta, C. (2022). Pharmaceutical pollution of the world's rivers. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 119(8), [ e2113947119].


Dordevic, T., Drahota, P., Kolitsch, U., Majzlan, J., Peřestá, M., Kiefer, S., Stöger-Pollach, M., Tepe, N., Hofmann, T., Mikuš, T., Tasev, G., Serafimovski, T., Boev, I., & Boev, B. (2021). Synergetic Tl and As retention in secondary minerals: An example of extreme arsenic and thallium pollution. Applied Geochemistry, 135, [105114].

Dordevic, T., Drahota, P., Kolitsch, U., Majzlan, J., Kiefer, S., Tepe, N., Hofmann, T., Serafimovski, T., Tasev, G., Boev, I., & Boev, B. (2021). Geogenic thallium-extreme environments: in which secondary phases is Tl(I) incorporated. Mitteilungen der Österreichischen Mineralogischen Gesellschaft, 167, 84.

Pfohl, P., Roth, C., Meyer, L., Heinemeyer, U., Gruendling, T., Lang, C., Nestle, N., Hofmann, T., Wohlleben, W., & Jessl, S. (2021). Microplastic extraction protocols can impact the polymer structure. Microplastics and Nanoplastics, 1, [8].

Pfohl, P., Jessl, S., Hofmann, T., & Wohlleben, W. (2021). The formation of nanoplastics can be revealed by adaptation of the ISO22293:2020 weathering protocol. 10th international conference on nanotoxicology.

Brumovsky, M., Oborná, J., Lacina, P., Hegedüs, M., Sracek, O., Kolarik, J., Petr, M., Kašlík, J., Hofmann, T., & Filip, J. (2021). Sulfidated nano-scale zerovalent iron is able to effectively reduce in situ hexavalent chromium in a contaminated aquifer. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 405, [124665].

Schüürman, J., Micic Batka, V., von der Kammer, F., & Hofmann, T. (2021). Nanoparticle inventory in a sediment core from the Iron Gate I reservoir. In I. Liska, F. Wagner, M. Sengl, K. Deutsch, J. Slobodnik, & M. Paunovic (Eds.), Joint Danube Survey 4 Scientific Report: A shared analysis of the Danube River (Vol. 4, pp. 501-510). ICPDR - International Commission for the Protection of the Danube River.

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