Removal of nitrogen by a layered soil infiltration system during intermittent storm events.

@article{Cho2009RemovalON,
  title={Removal of nitrogen by a layered soil infiltration system during intermittent storm events.},
  author={Kang Woo Cho and Kyung Guen Song and Jin Woo Cho and Tae Gyun Kim and Kyu Hong Ahn},
  journal={Chemosphere},
  year={2009},
  volume={76 5},
  pages={
          690-6
        }
}
The fates of various nitrogen species were investigated in a layered biological infiltration system under an intermittently wetting regime. The layered system consisted of a mulch layer, coarse soil layer (CSL), and fine soil layer (FSL). The effects of soil texture were assessed focusing on the infiltration rate and the removal of inorganic nitrogen species. The infiltration rate drastically decreased when the uniformity coefficient was larger than four. The ammonium in the synthetic runoff… CONTINUE READING
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