H. Rust

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On analyzing data of biochemical reaction dynamics monitored by time-resolved spectroscopy, one faces the problem that the concentration time courses of the involved components are not directly observed, but the superposition of their absorption spectra. Furthermore the single spectra are often unknown, because the corresponding reagents cannot be isolated.(More)
The assessment of trends in meteorology and/or hydrology still is a matter of debate. Capturing typical properties of time series, like trends, is highly relevant for the discussion of potential impacts (e.g. global warming or flood occurrence). In order to enhance capabilities of analytical strategies runoff data from river gauges in southern Germany are(More)
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