How Effective Are Created or Restored Freshwater Wetlands for Nitrogen and Phosphorus Removal? A Systematic Review

How Effective Are Created or Restored Freshwater Wetlands for Nitrogen and Phosphorus Removal? A Systematic Review

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Land, M., Graneli, W., Grimvall, A., Hoffmann, C. C., Mitsch, W. J., Tonderski, K. S. 2016. How Effective Are Created or Restored Freshwater Wetlands for Nitrogen and Phosphorus Removal?  A Systematic Review. Environmental Evidence. BioMed Central, New York, NY. 5, 9.

Fresh water, Nitrogen, Nutrients, Phosphorus, Water quality, Wetlands, Constructed wetlands, Restored wetlands

This paper presents the results of a systematic review to evaluate the nutrient removal efficiencies of both created and restored wetlands. Data from over 200 wetlands was obtained, and average TN and TP removal efficiencies were calculated.

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