Constructed Wetlands for Water Quality Improvement
Edited By: G A Moshiri
656 pages, B/w photos, illus, figs, tabs, maps
Hardback | Dec 1993 | #29281 | ISBN: 0873715500
This book presents state-of-the-art information on the use of constructed wetlands for improving water quality. It features contributions from prominent scientists and provides several important case studies. Topics covered include: design and treatment of waste water; natural designs in waste water 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 waste water; treatment of acid mine leachate; treatment of landfill leachate; constructed wetlands as wildlife habitats; and treatment of industrial waste.
General Considerations: Constructed Wetlands: Scientific Foundations are Critical (R. Wetzel). Wastewater Treatment in Constructed Wetlands System Design, Removal Processes, and Treatment Performance (H. Brix). Constructed Wetlands and Aquatic Plant Systems: Research, Design, Operational, and Monitoring Issues (G. Tchobanoglous). Wetlands for Wastewater Treatment: Performance Database (R. Knight, R. Kadlec, and S. Reed). The Use of Constructed Wetlands for Wastewater Treatment and Recycling (R. Bastian and D. Hammer). Constructed Wetlands Experience in the Southeast (R. Freeman, Jr.). Engineering: Hydrological Design of Free Water Surface Treatment Wetlands (R. Kadlec and D. Urban). Hydrogeology and Ground Water Monitoring, Constructed Wetlands System, Perdido Landfill, Escambia County, Florida (P. Dohms). Development of Criteria for the Design and Construction of Engineered Aquatic Treatment Units in Texas (A. Cueto). Engineering and Environmental Assessment of Enhanced Bolsa C hica Wetland (R. Walton, S. Bird, B. Ebersole, and L. Hales). Performance Evaluation of a Closed Ecological Life Support System (CELSS) Employing an Artificially Constructed Wetlands (B. Hilton). Acid Mine: Anoxic Limestone Drains to Enhance Performance of Aerobic Acid Drainage Treatment Wetlands: Experiences of the Tennessee Valley Authority (C. Brodie, C. Britt, T. Tomaszewski, and H. Taylor). Storm Event Effects on Constructed Wetlands Discharges (H. Taylor, K. Choate, and G. Brodie). Wetland Water Treatment Systems (S. Witthar). Staged, Aerobic Constructed Wetlands to Treat Acid Drainage: Case History of Fabius Impoundment 1 and Overview of the Tennessee Valley Authority's Program (G. Brodie). Successful Acid Mine Drainage and Heavy Metal Site Bioremediation (J. Davison). The Use of Wetland Treatment to Remove Trace Metals from Mine Drainage (P. Eger, G. Melchert, D. Antonson, and J. Wagner). A Comparison of Local Waste Materials for Sulfate Reducing Wetlands Substrate (M. G ross, S. Formica, L. Gandy, and J. Hestir). Contaminant Removal Capabilities of Wetlands Constructed to Treat Coal Mine Drainage (R. Hedin and R. Nairn). A Peat/Wetland Treatment Approach to Acidic Mine Abatement (T. Frostman). Subsurface Treatment: The Use of Reed Bed Systems to Treat Domestic Sewage: The European Design and Operations Guidelines for Reed Bed Treatment Systems (P. Cooper). Sustainable Suspended-Solids Accumulation in a Gravel Bed Treatment Wetland (R. Kadlec and J. Watson). Gravel Bed Hydroponic Sewage Treatment: Performance and Potential (J. Butler, M. Ford, E. May, R. Ashworth, and J. Williams). The Purification Efficiency of the Planted Soil Filter in See (R. Netter). Constructed Wetlands for Wastewater Treatment in Czechoslovakia: State of the Art (J. Vymazal). Subsurface Flow Wetlands at Mesquite Nevada (C. Lekven, R. Crites, and R. Beggs). Chemical Processes: Efficient Phosphorus Retention in Wetlands: Fact or Fiction? (C. Richardson and C. Craft). Fate of Non-Point Source
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