Research

Number of Journal Article Publications (including papers in press) until 22nd February 2021

Prof. Scholz was returned as research-active in the Research Assessment Exercises from the University of Bradford and The University of Edinburgh in 2001 and 2008, respectively. He was also returned to the Research Excellence Framework in 2014, 2018, and 2021. Miklas wrote a Research Excellence Framework 2021 Impact Case Study for The University of Salford with the title “Providing sustainable solutions to create global wetland systems”.

. Total Annual Citation Sums for Journal Article Publications (including papers in press) until 22nd February 2021
Top 10 Publications in Terms of Google Scholar Citations
Rank 1

Scholz M. and Grabowiecki P. (2007), Review of Permeable Pavement Systems

Building and Environment, 42 (11), 3830-3836

Rank 2

Kayranli B., Scholz M., Mustafa A. and Hedmark Å. (2010), Carbon Storage and Fluxes Within Freshwater Wetlands: a Critical Review.

Wetlands, 30 (1), 111-124.

Rank 3

Scholz M. (2006), Wetland Systems to Control Urban Runoff.

Elsevier, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Rank 4

Yaseen D. A. and Scholz M. (2019), Textile Dye Wastewater Characteristics and Constituents of Synthetic Effluents: a Critical Review

International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology. 16(2), 1193-1226.

Rank 5

Scholz M. and Lee B.-H. (2005), Constructed Wetlands: A Review

International Journal of Environmental Studies, 62 (4), 421-447.

Rank 6

Lee B.-H. and Scholz M. (2007), What is the Role of Phragmites australis in Experimental Constructed Wetland Filters Treating Urban Runoff?

Ecological Engineering, 29 (1), 87-95.

Rank 7

Scholz M. and Martin R. J. (1997), Ecological Equilibrium on Biological Activated Carbon.

Water Research, 31 (12), 2959-2968.

Rank 8

Scholz M., Harrington R., Carroll P. and Mustafa A. (2007), The Integrated Constructed Wetlands (ICW) Concept.

Wetlands, 27 (2), 337-354.

Rank 9

Scholz M. and Xu J. (2002), Performance Comparison of Experimental Constructed Wetlands with Different Filter Media and Macrophytes Treating Industrial Wastewater Contaminated with Lead and Copper

Bioresource Technology, 83 (2), 71-79.

Rank 10

Scholz M. (2005), Review of Recent Trends in Capillary Suction Time (CST) Dewaterability Testing Research

Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 44 (22), 8157-8163.

Most downloaded article of the journal Wetlands according to the journal’s website (16 November 2012): Kayranli B., Scholz M., Mustafa A. and Hedmark Å. (2010), Carbon Storage and Fluxes Within Freshwater Wetlands: a Critical Review. Wetlands, 30 (1), 111-124.

Google Citations per annum (9 February 2021)

Designation of Editor’s Choice Article by the Editor-in-Chief of the journal Water (10 March 2021): Cardoso Chrispim M., de Marco de Souza F., Scholz M. and Antunes Nolasco M. (2020), A Framework for Sustainable Planning and Decision-making on Resource Recovery from Wastewater: Showcase for Sao Paulo Megacity. Water, 12, 3466; doi.org/10.3390/w12123466.