Denitrification woodchip bioreactor two-phase column study: Evaluation of nitrate removal at various hydraulic retention times and effect of temperature on denitrification rates

@inproceedings{Hoover2012DenitrificationWB,
  title={Denitrification woodchip bioreactor two-phase column study: Evaluation of nitrate removal at various hydraulic retention times and effect of temperature on denitrification rates},
  author={Natasha L. Hoover},
  year={2012}
}
Denitrification woodchip bioreactor two-phase column study: Evaluation of nitrate removal at various hydraulic retention times and effect of temperature on denitrification rates" (2012). The transport of nitrate to surface waters is an increasing concern in United States and throughout the world. Causal linkages have been established between nutrient loading from the Mississippi River Basin watershed and the formation of the large hypoxic zone in the Gulf of Mexico near the mouth of the… CONTINUE READING

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