Christoph Külls
Christoph Külls
Technische Hochschule Lübeck (THL)
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Tracers in Hydrology
C Leibundgut, P Maloszewski, C Külls
Tracers in Hydrology, 403, 2009
Dynamics of flood water infiltration and ground water recharge in hyperarid desert
O Dahan, B Tatarsky, Y Enzel, C Kulls, M Seely, G Benito
Groundwater 46 (3), 450-461, 2008
Flood routing and alluvial aquifer recharge along the ephemeral arid Kuiseb River, Namibia
E Morin, T Grodek, O Dahan, G Benito, C Kulls, Y Jacoby, ...
Journal of Hydrology 368 (1-4), 262-275, 2009
Macropore flow of old water revisited: experimental insights from a tile-drained hillslope
J Klaus, E Zehe, M Elsner, C Külls, JJ McDonnell
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 17 (1), 103-118, 2013
Tracking water pathways in steep hillslopes by δ18O depth profiles of soil water
MH Mueller, A Alaoui, C Kuells, H Leistert, K Meusburger, C Stumpp, ...
Journal of hydrology 519, 340-352, 2014
A porewater-based stable isotope approach for the investigation of subsurface hydrological processes
J Garvelmann, C Külls, M Weiler
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 16 (2), 631-640, 2012
Chloride, hydrochemical and isotope methods of groundwater recharge estimation in eastern Mediterranean areas: a case study in Jordan
E Zagana, M Obeidat, C Kuells, P Udluft
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 21 (16), 2112-2123, 2007
Management of alluvial aquifers in two southern African ephemeral rivers: implications for IWRM
G Benito, R Rohde, M Seely, C Külls, O Dahan, Y Enzel, S Todd, B Botero, ...
Water Resources Management 24, 641-667, 2010
Desiccation-crack-induced salinization in deep clay sediment
S Baram, Z Ronen, D Kurtzman, C Külls, O Dahan
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 17 (4), 1533-1545, 2013
Groundwater of the north-western Kalahari, Namibia: Estimation of recharge and quantification of the flow systems
C Külls
Würzburg, Univ., Diss., 2001, 2003
Methods of groundwater recharge estimation in eastern Mediterranean—a water balance model application in Greece, Cyprus and Jordan
E Zagana, C Kuells, P Udluft, C Constantinou
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 21 (18), 2405-2414, 2007
Resolving patterns of groundwater flow by inverse hydrochemical modelling in a semiarid Kalahari basin.
C Kuells, EM Adar, P Udluft
Tracers and modelling in hydrogeology. Proceedings of TraM'2000, the …, 2000
Evaluating the recharge mechanism of the Lower Kuiseb Dune area using mixing cell modeling and residence time data
J Klaus, C Külls, O Dahan
Journal of Hydrology 358 (3-4), 304-316, 2008
Channel infiltration study using dye tracers
C Külls, C Leibundgut, U Schwarz, AP Schick
IAHS Publications-Series of Proceedings and Reports-Intern Assoc …, 1995
Probability analysis and regional aspects of droughts in southern Germany
S Demuth, C Kulls
IAHS Publications-Series of Proceedings and Reports-Intern Assoc …, 1997
Hydrochemical evolution of groundwater in gabbro of the Troodos Fractured Aquifer. A comprehensive approach
C Christofi, A Bruggeman, C Kuells, C Constantinou
Applied Geochemistry 114, 104524, 2020
Integrated scenarios of regional development in Ceará and Piauí
P Döll, M Krol, D Fuhr, T Gaiser, J Herfort, S Höynck, A Jaeger, C Külls, ...
Global Change and Regional Impacts: Water Availability and Vulnerability of …, 2003
Investigating unproductive water losses from irrigated agricultural crops in the humid tropics through analyses of stable isotopes of water
A Mahindawansha, C Külls, P Kraft, L Breuer
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 24 (7), 3627-3642, 2020
A fingerprinting method for the identification of uranium sources in alluvial aquifers: An example from the Khan and Swakop Rivers, Namibia
JT Hamutoko, BS Mapani, R Ellmies, A Bittner, C Kuells
Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Parts A/B/C 72, 34-42, 2014
A toolkit for groundwater mean residence time interpretation with gaseous tracers
PF Dávila, C Külls, M Weiler
Computers & Geosciences 61, 116-125, 2013
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