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Microbiological characteristics in urban stormwater runoff and sediments

Wang, Yu.

Microbiological characteristics in urban stormwater runoff and sediments

by Wang, Yu.

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Published by Middlesex Polytechnic in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Thesis submitted to the Council for National Academic Awards in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Philosophy.

StatementYu Wang.
ContributionsMiddlesex Polytechnic. Urban Pollution Research Centre.
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 151p. :
Number of Pages151
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13934157M


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Microbiological characteristics in urban stormwater runoff and sediments by Wang, Yu. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The objectives of this paper are: i) to characterize the sediments of a stormwater retention basin, ii) to identify the variability and heterogeneity.

The sediments in the Ottawa River between RM (Reaches ) historically included contamination from sources that include urban storm water runoff, commercial and residential development, municipal and industrial discharges, CSOs, sanitary sewer overflows, wastewater treatment plant bypasses, hazardous waste disposal sites, and.

EFFECTS OF COMMUNITY DESIGN. Community design has a major effect on stormwater volumes and quality, as well as treatment methods and costs. The total area of impervious surfaces in a community is 1 of the most common measures used to assess the effects of community design on stormwater runoff Also important is the degree of connection Cited by: Urban and highway stormwater pollution: concepts and engineering / authors, Thorkild Hvitved-Jacobsen, Jes Vollertsen, and Asbjørn Haaning Nielsen.

“A CRC title.” Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN (hard back: alk. paper) 1. Urban runoff--Management.

Storm sewers. Water quality management. and P-OP was found by Bressy et al. in urban runoff and reflects its lower use. The low er concentrations of BPA, compared to NP, in sediments probably result from its.

In addressing the challenges for the future management of wastewater and stormwater in coastal urban areas identified in Chapter 1, the following eight key issues emerge: regional differences, nutrients in coastal waters, pollution prevention and water conservation, levels of treatment, stormwater and combined sewer overflows, detection of human pathogens, development of.

Sources and mechanisms of nutrient transport in lawn irrigation driven surface runoff are largely unknown. We investigated the transport of nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P) in lawn irrigation driven surface runoff from a residential neighborhood (28 ha) of 56% impervious and 44% pervious areas.

Pervious areas encompassing turfgrass (lawns) in the neighborhood were Cited by: With increasing urban development and more stringent water-quality standards for receiving streams, urban stormwater runoff is recognized as a significant source of pollution., PREVIOUS STUDIES Several studies in the Atlanta Metropolitan Area have been conducted to identify and assess the seriousness of problems associated with runoff from the.

Information Information Stormwater is rain and melting water collected in urban areas from hard surfaces, such as asphalt and roofs, where it cannot infiltrate the ground. Water of other origins, such as firefighting and tunnel or street rinsing water, may also end up in the stormwater management system.

Stormwater often pollutes local water systems, as [ ]. The purpose of this book is to disseminate contemporary knowledge and practical experiences concerning problems and solutions related to urban hydrology and drainage. Although the main focus is on developing countries, the book draws from experiences in many other parts of the world.

Based Author: J. Parkinson.