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Hamutoko, J.; Mapani, B.; Ellmies, R.; Bittner, A.; Külls, C. A fingerprinting method for the identification of uranium sources in alluvial aquifers: An example from the Khan and Swakop Rivers, Namibia 2014 Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Parts A/B/C 72 34-42
Gunkel, A. Külls, C. Towards agent-based modelling of stakeholder behaviour – a pilot study on drought vulnerability of decentral water supply in NE Brazil 2006 International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Sofware
Garvelmann, J.; Külls, C.; Weiler, M. A porewater-based stable isotope approach for the investigation of subsurface hydrological processes 2012 Hydrology & Earth System Sciences 16
Gaj, M.; Beyer, M.; Hamutoko, J.; Uugulu, S.; Wanke, H.; Koeniger, P.; Külls, C.; Lohe, C.; Himmelsbach, T. How do soil types affect stable isotope ratios of 2H and 18O under evaporation: A Fingerprint of the Niipele subbasin of the Cuvelai-Etosha basin, Namibia 2014 EGU Geophysical Abstracts 5890
Frey, S.; Külls, C.; Schlosser, C. New Hydrological Age-Dating techniques using cosmogenic radionuclides Beryllium-7 and Sodium-22 2011 Proc. IAEA Conf. Monacco
Doulgeris, C.; Tziritis, E.; Pisinaras, V.; Panagopoulos, A.; Külls, C. Prediction of seawater intrusion to coastal aquifers based on non-dimensional diagrams 2020 EGU Geophysical Abstracts 4073
Döll, P.; Krol, M.; Fuhr, D.; Gaiser, T.; Herfort, J.; Höynck, S.; Jaeger, A.; Külls, C.; Mendiondo, E.M.; Printz, A.; others Integrated scenarios of regional development in Ceará and Piauí 2003 Global Change and Regional Impacts 19-41
Demuth, S.; Külls, C. Probability analysis and regional aspects of droughts in southern Germany 1997 Sustainability of Water Resources under Increasing Uncertainty 97
Dávila, P.; Külls, C.; Weiler, M. A toolkit for groundwater mean residence time interpretation with gaseous tracers 2013 Computers & Geosciences 61 116-125
Davila, P.; Külls, C. Reliability of current CFC data for age dating of water 2010 EGU Geophysical Abstracts 536