5 edition of Heavy metals partitioning in a stream receiving urban runoff found in the catalog.
Published 1978 by Administrator in Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Prepared for Office of Water Research and Technology, Washington, D.C. - cover.
|Statement||Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University|
|Publishers||Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 127 p. :|
|Number of Pages||62|
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Journal of Aquatic Animal Health 15:248-255. Use of constructed wetland for the removal of heavy metals from industrial wastewater. Much has been learned about how effectively individual green infrastructure practices can reduce stormwater volume, however, the role of urban trees in stormwater detention is poorly understood. Microchem J, 92 2 : 186—192• Pollutant removal from stormwater runoff by palustrine wetlands based on comprehensive budgets. As green infrastructure ages, does their effectiveness change and, if so, how and why?
The mean concentration of all metals in trafficked areas exceeded both the Chinese standard Level III swimming and fishery waters and the European standards surface water.
Metal speciation in stormwater bioretention: Removal of particulate, colloidal and truly dissolved metals. J Agron Crop Sci, 187 1 : 1—9• This information is important for the use of wetlands for removing of pollutants and reusing stormwater. Journal of Southeast University, 39 2 : 345—349• Porous asphalt, stormwater planters, rain gardens, and a decreased use of impervious pavements will be incorporated into their redevelopment plan that has the potential to reduce the volume of stormwater runoff by 16 million gallons per year.
Simulated rain events on an urban roadway to understand the dynamics of mercury mobilization in stormwater runoff. The quality of receiving water bodies can be deteriorated by the dust and pollutants in it. Geochemistry and risk assessment of street dust in Luanda, Angola: a tropical urban environment. Almas A, Lombnaes P, Sogn T, Mulder J 2006. Detailed Conceptual Model Diagram Figure 3.
New Phytol, 175 1 : 51—58• The list is intended to guide you in collecting evidence to support, weaken or eliminate metals as a candidate cause.
Bull Environ Contam Toxicol, 55 1 : 154—161• Mulligan C N, Davarpanah N, Fukue M, Inoue T 2009.
Linking Sources to Proximate Stressors Metals enter surface waters by means of point and non-point sources in tan octagons.