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9780873715508

Constructed Wetlands for Water Quality Improvement

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  • ISBN13:

    9780873715508

  • ISBN10:

    0873715500

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 1993-10-25
  • Publisher: CRC Press

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Summary

-- Design and treatment of wastewater-- Natural designs in wastewater treatment-- Water conservation and groundwater protection-- Waste and potable water issues-- Treatment of agricultural waste and run-off-- Treatment of hazardous waste run-off-- Treatment of domestic and industrial wastewater-- Treatment of acid mine leachate-- Treatment of landfill leachate-- Constructed wetlands as wildlife habitats

Table of Contents

Constructed Wetlands: Scientific Foundations Are Criticalp. 3
Wastewater Treatment in Constructed Wetlands: System Design, Removal Processes, and Treatment Performancep. 9
Constructed Wetlands and Aquatic Plant Systems: Research, Design, Operational, and Monitoring Issuesp. 23
Wetlands for Wastewater Treatment: Performance Databasep. 35
The Use of Constructed Wetlands for Wastewater Treatment and Recyclingp. 59
Constructed Wetlands Experience in the Southeastp. 69
Hydrological Design of Free Water Surface Treatment Wetlandsp. 77
Hydrogeology and Ground Water Monitoring: Constructed Wetlands System, Perdido Landfill, Escambia County, Floridap. 87
Development of Criteria for the Design and Construction of Engineered Aquatic Treatment Units in Texasp. 99
Engineering and Environmental Assessment of Enhanced Bolsa Chica Wetlandp. 107
Performance Evaluation of a Closed Ecological Life Support System (CELSS) Employing Constructed Wetlandsp. 117
Anoxic Limestone Drains to Enhance Performance of Aerobic Acid Drainage Treatment Wetlands: Experiences of the Tennessee Valley Authorityp. 129
Storm Event Effects on Constructed Wetlands Dischargesp. 139
Wetland Water Treatment Systemsp. 147
Staged, Aerobic Constructed Wetlands to Treat Acid Drainage: Case History of Fabius Impoundment I and Overview of the Tennessee Valley Authority's Programp. 157
Successful Acid Mine Drainage and Heavy Metal Site Bioremediationp. 167
The Use of Wetland Treatment to Remove Trace Metals from Mine Drainagep. 171
A Comparison of Local Waste Materials for Sulfate-Reducing Wetlands Substratep. 179
Contaminant Removal Capabilities of Wetlands Constructed to Treat Coal Mine Drainagep. 187
A Peat/Wetland Treatment Approach to Acidic Mine Drainage Abatementp. 197
The Use of Reed Bed Systems to Treat Domestic Sewage: The European Design and Operations Guidelines for Reed Bed Treatment Systemsp. 203
Sustainable Suspended Solids and Nutrient Removal in Large-Scale, Solid Matrix, Constructed Wetland Systemsp. 219
Hydraulics and Solids Accumulation in a Gravel Bed Treatment Wetlandp. 227
Gravel Bed Hydroponic Sewage Treatment: Performance and Potentialp. 237
The Purification Efficiency of the Planted Soil Filter in Seep. 249
Constructed Wetlands for Wastewater Treatment in Czechoslovakiap. 255
Subsurface Flow Wetlands at Mesquite, Nevadap. 261
Efficient Phosphorus Retention in Wetlands: Fact or Fiction?p. 271
Fate of Non-Point Source Nitrate Loads in Freshwater Wetlands: Results from Experimental Wetland Mesocosmsp. 283
Mechanisms of Wetland-Water Quality Interactionp. 293
Pilot-Scale Nitrification Studies Using Vertical Flow and Shallow Horizontal Flow Constructed Wetland Cellsp. 301
Phosphorus Removal from Wastewater in a Constructed Wetlandp. 315
Nitrogen and Phosphorus Reduction in Secondary Effluent Using a 15-Acre, Multiple-Celled Reed Canarygrass (Phalaris arundinacea) Wetlandp. 321
Water Supply System Utilizing the Edaphic-Phytodepuration Techniquep. 331
Treating Livestock Wastewaters with Constructed Wetlandsp. 343
Evaluation of Aquatic Plants for Constructed Wetlandsp. 349
Controlling Agricultural Run-Off by the Use of Constructed Wetlandsp. 359
Constructed Wetlands RandD Facility at TVA's National Fertilizer and Environmental Research Centerp. 369
Stormwater Run-Off Retention and Renovation: A Back Lot Function or Integral Part of the Landscape?p. 373
Wetland Systems and Their Response to Managementp. 383
Macrophyte-Mediated Oxygen Transfer in Wetlands: Transport Mechanisms and Ratesp. 391
Control of Algae Using Duckweed (Lemna) Systemsp. 399
The Use of Typha latifolia for Heavy Metal Pollution Control in Urban Wetlandsp. 407
Growth of Soft-Stem Bulrush (Scirpus validus) Plants in a Gravel-Based Subsurface Flow Constructed Wetlandp. 415
Species-Specific Aeration of Water by Different Vegetation Types in Constructed Wetlandsp. 427
Performance of a Constructed Marsh in the Tertiary Treatment of Bleach Kraft Pulp Mill Effluent: Results of a 2-Year Pilot Projectp. 437
Feasibility of Treating Pulp Mill Effluent with a Constructed Wetlandp. 441
Testing Color Removal from Pulp Mill Wastewaters with Constructed Wetlandsp. 449
Interfacing Constructed Wetlands with Traditional Wastewater Biotreatment Systemsp. 453
Effect of Season, Substrate Composition, and Plant Growth on Landfill Leachate Treatment in a Constructed Wetlandp. 461
Mitigation of Landfill Leachate Incorporating In-Series Constructed Wetlands of a Closed-Loop Designp. 473
Innovative Marsh Treatment Systems for Control of Leachate and Fish Hatchery Wastewatersp. 477
Constructed Wetlands for Wastewater Treatment at Amoco Oil Company's Mandan, North Dakota Refineryp. 485
Small Constructed Wetlands Systems for Domestic Wastewater Treatment and Their Performancep. 491
General Design, Construction, and Operation Guidelines for Small Constructed Wetlands Wastewater Treatment Systemsp. 499
TVA's Constructed Wetlands Demonstrationp. 509
Reed Bed Treatment for Small Communities - U.K. Experiencep. 517
The Treatment of Septage Using Natural Systemsp. 525
Constructed Wetlands Wastewater Quality Improvement at Lynnvale Elementary Schoolp. 535
Microbial Populations and Decomposition Activity in Three Subsurface Flow Constructed Wetlandsp. 541
Biological Sludge Drying in Constructed Wetlandsp. 549
Constructed Open Surface Wetlands: The Water Quality Benefits and Wildlife Benefits - City of Arcata, Californiap. 561
Constructed Wastewater Wetlands: The Answer in South Dakota's Challenging Environmentp. 569
Application of Constructed Wetlands to Treat Wastewaters in Australiap. 577
Creating a Wetlands Wildlife Refuge from a Sewage Lagoonp. 585
Production and Suppression of Mosquitoes in Constructed Wetlandsp. 591
The Integration of Seaweed Biofilters with Intensive Fish Ponds to Improve Water Quality and Recapture Nutrientsp. 603
Treating Intensive Aquaculture Recycled Water with an Artificial Wetlands Filter Systemp. 609
Indexp. 615
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