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- LeFevre, Gregory
H.; Novak, Paige J.; Hozalski, Raymond M.
- Environmental Science & Technology 2012 v.46 no.2 pp. 995-1002
- Dalea purpurea, etc ; Calamagrostis canadensis; adsorption; bacteria; biodegradation; bioretention areas; genes; glass; grasses; legumes; mineralization; naphthalene; petroleum; plant growth; pollutants; soil; stormwater; vegetation; volatilization; Show all 19 Subjects
- ... Bioretention cells are increasingly popular in low-impact development as a means to sustainably mitigate the environmental problems associated with stormwater runoff. Yet, much remains to be known regarding the removal and ultimate fate of pollutants such as petroleum hydrocarbons in bioretention cells. In this work, laboratory-scale bioretention cells were constructed inside sealed glass columns. ...