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Natural and Constructed Wetlands Nutrients, Metals and Management

Proceedings
By: Jan Vymazal
420 pages, figures and tables
Publisher: Backhuys
Natural and Constructed Wetlands
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A volume containing 28 peer-reviewed papers presented at a workshop in September 2003, entitled Nutrient Cycling and Retention in Natural and Constructed Wetlands.

Table of Contents

Preface

Budgets of Nitrogen and Phosphorus Fluxes in Riparian Gray Alder Forest

Long-Term Effects of Water Level Drawdown on Plant-Mediated Nutrient Cycling in Sedge-Pine Forest

The Response of the Biodiversity of Wet Woodlands to Differing Management Practices

First Data on the Use of Two Pilot-Constructed Wetlands for High Loaded Non-Domestic Sewage

Initial Experience from a Compact Vertical Flow Constructed Wetland Treating Single Household Wastewater

On-Site Domestic Wastewater Treatment by MHEAr Technology: Case Study inBelgium

Mlynsky Potok Restoration: 5-year Evaluation

Establishment of Wetland Ground Flora: An Analysis of Planting Methodology

Metals Removal by Macrophytes Cultured in a Thin-Film Rhizosphere System

Distribution of Heavy Metals in Vegetation of Constructed Wetlands in Agricultural Catchment

Heavy Metals Budget for a Constructed Wetland Treating Municipal Sewage

Use of Sludge from Wastewater Treatment Plant for Biomass Production-Heavy Metals Uptake, Ecotoxicity Tests

Phytoremediation Treatment System for Landfill Leachate.

Sado Wastewater Treatment Plant - Beja, Portugal

Wetland Treatment at Musselwhite Mine, Ontario, Canada

Nitrogen Transformations and Microbial Activities in Gravel Bed Horizontal Subsurface Flow Constructed Wetland - Aerobic and Anaerobic Incubation Experiments

Removal of Nitrogen Via Harvesting of Emergent Vegetation in Constructed Wetlands for Wastewater Treatment

Evaluation of a Tidal Flow Reed Bed System for the Treatment of Domestic Sewage-Nitrification Trials

Vegetation Effects on Ammonia Reduction in Treatment Wetlands

LAS Removal by a Horizontal Flow Constructed Wetland in Tropical Climate

The Impact of Typha latifolia L. on the Treatment of Wastewater by Surface-Flow Constructed Wetland

Dynamics of Oxygen Transport Through Pistia stratiotes: A Lab Scale Approach

The Effect of Water Level Fluctuations on Macrophyte Occurrence and Abundancein the Intermittent Lake Cerknica

Experimental Determination of Evapotranspiration Mates of Wet Woodlands Habitatin England

The Role of Evapotranspiration in Small On-Site Zero-Effluent Constructed Wetlands

A Preliminary Assessment of the Aquaculture Potential of Two Wetlands Locatedin the Northern Shores of Lake Victoria, Uganda

Kinawataka Wetland: A Functional Ecosystem That Could Be Used as a Reference to Conserve Other Wetlands in Uganda

Will Fish Pond Management Principles from the Temperate Zone Work in Tropical Fingerponds?

Urban Wetlands in China: the Nexus of Biodiversity and Functionality

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Proceedings
By: Jan Vymazal
420 pages, figures and tables
Publisher: Backhuys
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