Studying the effect of bioswales on nutrient pollution in urban combined sewer systems.

  title={Studying the effect of bioswales on nutrient pollution in urban combined sewer systems.},
  author={Nandan H Shetty and Ranran Hu and Brian J. Mailloux and Diana Y. Hsueh and Wade R. McGillis and Mark Wang and Kartik Chandran and Patricia J. Culligan},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},

Performance of Rolled Erosion Control Products (RECPs) as Bioswale Revetments

Vegetated swales, or bioswales, are among the most commonly used type of green infrastructure (GI) for managing stormwater in temperate climate regions. However, performance data on bioswale drainage

Integrating Urban Agriculture and Stormwater Management in a Circular Economy to Enhance Ecosystem Services: Connecting the Dots

Due to the rapid urbanization in the context of the conventional linear economy, the vulnerability of the urban ecosystem to climate change has increased. As a result, connecting urban ecosystem

Scientific Evidence behind the Ecosystem Services Provided by Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems

Urban green infrastructure such as sustainable urban drainage systems are potential providers of ecosystem services. This paper reviews the field studies that empirically verify the potential



Water Quality Improvement through Bioretention Media: Nitrogen and Phosphorus Removal

Analysis on the fate of nutrients in bioretention suggests that accumulation of phosphorus and nitrogen may be controlled by carefully managing growing and harvesting of vegetation.

Urban stormwater runoff nitrogen composition and fate in bioretention systems.

The bioretention cell exhibited a moderate mass load reduction for TN (41%), which mainly results from runoff volume reduction, and preventing DON leaching is also critical for effective nitrogen removal thoughBioretention systems.

Bioretention Technology: Overview of Current Practice and Future Needs

Bioretention, or variations such as bioinfiltration and rain gardens, has become one of the most frequently used storm-water management tools in urbanized watersheds. Incorporating both filtration

Asphalt Parking Lot Runoff Nutrient Characterization for Eight Sites in North Carolina, USA

The objectives of this study were to characterize asphalt parking lot runoff quality and determine factors influencing nutrient concentrations and loads. Event mean concentrations (EMCs) and loads