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    Wang, R. \ Dearing, J.A. \ Langdon, P.G. \ Zhang, E. \ Yang, X. \ Dakos, V. \ Scheffer, M. \ 2012
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    Wastewater-based epidemiology to assess pan-European pesticide exposure \ Water research : the journal of the International Association on Water Quality [Artikel]
    Rousis, N.I. \ Gracia-Lor, E. \ Zuccato, E. \ Bade, R. \ Baz-Lomba, J.A. \ Castrignano, E. \ Causanilles, A. \ Covaci, A. \ Voogt, P. de \ Hernandez, F. \ Kasprzyk-Hordern, B. \ Kinyua, J. \ McCall, A.-K. \ Plósz, B.G. \ Ramin, P. \ Ryu, Y. \ Thomas, K.V. \ Nuijs, A. van \ Yang, Z. \ Castiglioni, S. \ 2017
    Human biomonitoring, i.e. the determination of chemicals and/or their metabolites in human specimens, is the most common and potent tool for assessing human exposure to pesticides, but it suffers from limitations such as high costs and biases in samp ...
    Pulse shear stress for anaerobic membrane bioreactor fouling control \ Water science and technology : a journal of the International Association on Water Pollution Research [Artikel]
    Yang, J. \ Spanjers, H. \ Lier, J.B. van \ 2011
    Increase of shear stress at membrane surfaces is a generally applied strategy to minimize membrane fouling. It has been reported that a two-phase flow, better known as slug flow, is an effective way to increase shear stress. Hence, slug flow was intr ...
    Analysis of mass transfer characteristics in a tubular membrane using CFD modeling \ Water research : the journal of the International Association on Water Quality [Artikel]
    Yang, J. \ Vedantam, S. \ Spanjers, H. \ Nopens, I. \ Lier, J.B. van \ 2012
    In contrast to the large amount of research into aerobic membrane bioreactors, little work has been reported on anaerobic membrane bioreactors (AMBRs). As to the application of membrane bioreactors, membrane fouling is a key issue. Membrane fouling g ...
    Integrating sustainable storm water management and urban planning : a comparative case study between Sponge City in China and Climate Proof City in the Netherlands [Studentenverslag]
    Yang, Jing \ 2016
    What are the changes in the integration between urban planning and storm water management induced by the uptake of Sponge City in cities of China and Climate Proof City in several cities of the Netherlands?
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