Determining the background concentration of contaminants in a stormwater wetland

T.M. Kasper & G. A. Jenkins
Urban stormwater wetlands have been widely embraced by the community as a beneficial part of the stormwater infrastructure. Although a reasonably large body of research has been undertaken into the treatment efficiency of wetlands during storm events, relatively little is known about inter-event processes. Environmental effects such as wind direction and speed, wildlife and other anthropogenic activities have a significant impact on these processes. The development of a suitable model of these processes is limited...

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Determining the background concentration of contaminants in a stormwater wetland

T.M. Kasper & G. A. Jenkins
Urban stormwater wetlands have been widely embraced by the community as a beneficial part of the stormwater infrastructure. Although a reasonably large body of research has been undertaken into the treatment efficiency of wetlands during storm events, relatively little is known about inter-event processes. Environmental effects such as wind direction and speed, wildlife and other anthropogenic activities have a significant impact on these processes. The development of a suitable model of these processes is limited...

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