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|Mechanisms for phosphorus elimination in constructed wetlands: a pilot study for the treatment of agricultural drainage water from dairy farms at the Lower River Murray, South Australia / Li Wen.
|Dept. of Soil and Water
|Phosphorus retention was measured in five pilot-scaled constructed wetlands with different configurations in terms of macrophyte species and substrates in order to evaluate the phosphorus removal efficiency of water plants and substrates in experimental ponds; assess the contribution of macrophytes to phosphorus removal through direct uptake, modification of water chemistry and impacts on the phosphorus adsorption characteristics of substrate; and, contribute to the optimal design and operation of constructed wetlands for the treatment of agricultural drainage water.
|Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Adelaide, Dept. of Soil and Water, 2002?
|Constructed wetlands Murray River Region (N.S.W.-S.Aust.) Design and construction.
Land treatment of wastewater Murray River Region (N.S.W.-S.Aust.) Planning.
Urban runoff Murray River Region (N.S.W.-S.Aust.)
Phosphorus Environmental aspects Murray River Region (N.S.W.-S.Aust.)
Water quality management Murray River Region (N.S.W.-S.Aust.)
|Includes list of publications issued during the candidature.
Bibliography: leaves 176-197.
iii, ix, 197,  leaves : ill., maps ; 30 cm.
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