Nutrient sinks in a constructed Melaleuca wetland receiving secondary treated effluent

Nutrient sinks in a constructed Melaleuca wetland receiving secondary treated effluent

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Bolton, K., Greenway, M. 1999. Nutrient sinks in a constructed Melaleuca wetland receiving secondary treated effluent. Water Science and Technology, London, UK. Volume 40, Number 3. Pages 341-347

nutrients, wastewater, water quality, water supply, wetlands, Trees

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0273122399004709

Bolton and Greenway (1999) constructed a Melaleuca wetland in Queensland, Australia that received secondary treated effluent for nearly two years in order to test the nutrient uptake capacity of the four constructed sinks within the wetland (tree biomass, sediment, gravey, and clay base sinks).

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