Dynamic modeling to assess natural wetlands treatment of wastewater in Phnom Penh, Cambodia: towards an eco-city planning tool.

@inproceedings{Sovann2015DynamicMT,
  title={Dynamic modeling to assess natural wetlands treatment of wastewater in Phnom Penh, Cambodia: towards an eco-city planning tool.},
  author={Chansopheaktra Sovann and Srei Pisei Huong and Sthiannopkao Suthipong and Sothea Kok and Eliyan Chea},
  year={2015}
}
Aims: A personal computer version of the Stormwater Management Model (PCSWMM) was applied to seamlessly link urban runoff, sanitary flow, pump station operations, and a natural wastewater treatment wetland in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, as a step towards developing a planning tool that could be used to explore urban development or climate change scenarios. Study Design: PCSWMM was calibrated with measured flow and water quality data and used to estimate total phosphorus, total nitrogen, detergents… CONTINUE READING

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