Performance of and amendments to urban bioretention systems for removal of stormwater contaminants

Emma Eisenbraun, Brittnee Halpin, Andrea Portmann, Carrie McDonough & Christopher Higgins
As urbanization has expanded, polluted urban stormwater runoff has become a greater concern. While originally installed to control water quantity by smoothing out urban runoff hydrographs, best management practices such as bioretention systems may also remove contaminants in runoff. This project had three primary goals: 1) to evaluate the performance of the Iris Rain Garden with respect to the removal of dissolved trace organic contaminants, 2) to determine the hydraulic conductivity of various geomedia, and...
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