Nutrient removal from stormwater detention ponds in subtropical Australia: pulling apart the ''''''''black box''''''''

M.L. Bayley, M. Greenway & P.C. Pollard
Many councils and management authorities within Australia are beginning to take steps to ameliorate downstream ecosystem affects of stormwater by creating treatment systems within individual catchments and sub-catchments. Commonly, detention ponds and wetlands are used in subtropical Australia as a means of both storing and treating stormwater before in reaches downstream receiving waters. The ability of detention ponds to store and treat stormwater is well document, but past research lacks the insight into how detention...

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Nutrient removal from stormwater detention ponds in subtropical Australia: pulling apart the ''''''''black box''''''''

M.L. Bayley, M. Greenway & P.C. Pollard
Many councils and management authorities within Australia are beginning to take steps to ameliorate downstream ecosystem affects of stormwater by creating treatment systems within individual catchments and sub-catchments. Commonly, detention ponds and wetlands are used in subtropical Australia as a means of both storing and treating stormwater before in reaches downstream receiving waters. The ability of detention ponds to store and treat stormwater is well document, but past research lacks the insight into how detention...

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