A Case Study of Dissolved Oxygen Characteristics in a Wind-Induced Flow Dominated Shallow Stormwater Pond Subject to Hydrogen Sulfide Production

Liyu Chen
Stormwater ponds (SWPs) are becoming increasingly important due to the negative impacts on flood mitigation and water quality control that results from rapid urbanization. These ponds are not only designed to control the discharge of large precipitation and snow melt events, but also to mitigate the water quality of the retained stormwater. Consequently, improper design and maintenance may lead to hypoxic conditions in SWPs, which result in poor water quality and generation of noxious gases....
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