Are Street Trees and Their Soils an Effective Stormwater Treatment Measure?

Are Street Trees and Their Soils an Effective Stormwater Treatment Measure?

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Denman, L. 2006. Are Street Trees and Their Soils an Effective Stormwater Treatment Measure? TreeNet- Proceedings of the 7th National Street Tree Symposium 2006. The University of Adelaide, Australia, Adelaide, Australia. Pages 43-52
runoff, urban, Bioretention, Trees
Results from a pilot- scale study to evaluate a street tree bioretention system capcity to reduce nitrogen loads from urban stormwater. Three tree species were planted in three soils of different hydraulic conductivity and irrigated with synthetic stormwater, along with 3 unplanted soil profiles used as controls and irrigated with tap water.

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