References for Biologically Enhanced Practices

  • Asleson, B.C., R.S. Nestingen, J.S. Gulliver, R.M. Hozalski, and J.L. Nieber. 2009. Performance Assessment of Rain Gardens. Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 45(4): 1019-1031.
  • Barrett, M.E., P.M. Walsh, J.F.J. Malina, and R.J. Charbaneau, 1998. Performance of vegetative controls for treating highway runoff, Journal of Environmental Engineering, Vol. 124, No. 11, November 1998, pp. 1121-1128.
  • Bulc, T., and A. S. Slak. 2003. Performance of constructed wetland for highway runoff treatment. Water Science and Technology 48:315-322.
  • Carleton, J. N., T. J. Gizzard, A. N. Godrej, H. E. Post, L. Lampe, and P. P. Kenel. 2000. Performance of a constructed wetlands in treating urban stormwater runoff. Water Environment Research, 72:295-304.
  • Deletic, A., and T.D. Fletcher, 2006. Performance of grass filters used for stormwater treatment—a field and modeling study, Journal of hydrology, 317(3-4), 261-275.
  • Erickson, A.J., J.S. Gulliver, J.H. Kang, P.T. Weiss, and C.B. Wilson. (In Press). “Maintenance of Stormwater Treatment Practices,” Journal of Contemporary Water Research and Education, Accepted, 2009. 
  • Farahbakhshazad, N., and G. M. Morrison. 2003. Phosphorus removal in a vertical upflow constructed wetland system. Water Science and Technology 48:43-50.
  • Farrell, A. C. S. R. B. 2003. An assessment of long-term monitoring data for constructed wetlands for urban highway runoff control. Water Quality Research Journal of Canada 38:283-315.
  • Faulkner, S., and C. Richardson. 1991. Physical and chemical characteristics of freshwater wetlands soils. in Constructed Wetlands for Wastewater Treatment, edited by D. Hammer. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.
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  • Hillel, Daniel. 1998. Environmental Soil Physics. Academic Press, Amsterdam.
  • Hunt, W. F., and W.G. Lord. 2006a. Urban Waterways: Bioretention Performance, Design, Construction, and Maintenance. North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service.
  • Hunt, W. F., and B. Lord. 2006b. Urban Waterways: Maintenance of Stormwater Wetlands and Wet Ponds. North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service.
  • Kadlec, R. H., and R. L. Knight. 1996. Treatment wetlands. Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton.
  • Klute, A. 1986. Methods of Soil Ananlysis, Part I. Physical and Mineralogical Methods, 2nd edition. Soil Science Society of America, Inc. Publisher, Madison.
  • S.L. Yu, J.T. Kuo, E.A. Fassman, and H. Pan, 2001. Field test of grassed-swale performance in removing runoff pollution, Journal of Water Resources Planning andManagement, 127(3), 168-171.
  • Laber, J. 2000. Constructed Wetland System for Storm Water Treatment. Journal of environmental science and health.Part A, Toxic/hazardous substances & environmental engineering 35:1279.
  • Landphair, H.C. , McFalls, J.A., and D. Thompson. November 2000. Design Methods, Selection, and Cost-Effectiveness of Stormwater Quality Structures. Texas Transportation Institute, Report 1837-1.
  • Maehlum, T., P. D. Jenssen, and W. S. Warner. 1995. Cold-Climate Constructed Wetlands. Water Science & Technology 32:95.
  • Maestre, A. & R. Pitt. 2005. The National Stormwater Quality Database, Version 1.1 A Compilation and Analysis of NPDES Stormwater Monitoring Information. U.S. EPA Office of Water. Washington, DC.
  • Minnesota Stormwater Steering Committee. 2005. The Minnesota Stormwater Manual. Developed by Emmons and Olivier Resources for the Stormwater Steering Committee, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, St. Paul, MN. http://www.pca.state.mn.us/pyria84.
  • Oberts, G. 1999. Return to Lake McCarrons: does the performance of wetlands hold up over time? Watershed Protection Technique 3:597-600.
  • Prince George’s County. 2002. Bioretention Manual. Programs & Planning Division Department of Environmental Resources, Maryland. http://www.princegeorgescountymd.gov/der/esg/bioretention/bioretention.asp
  • Rawls, W. J., Gimenez, D. and R. Grossman. 1998. Use of soil texture, bulk density, and slope of the water retention durve to predict saturated hydraulic conductivity. American Society of Agricultural Engineers 41(4):983-988.
  • Richardson, J. L., and M. J. Vepraskas. 2001. Wetland Soils: Genesis, Hydrology, Landscapes, and Classification. Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton.
  • Shaw, D., and R. Schmidt. 2003. Plants for Stormwater Design: Species Selection for the Upper Midwest. Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, Saint Paul, MN.
  • Tornes, L. 2005. Effects of Rain Gardens on the Quality of Water in the Minneapolis–St. Paul Metropolitan Area of Minnesota, 2002-04. Report #2005-5189, U.S. Geological Survey, Mounds View, MN. http://pubs.er.usgs.gov/usgspubs/sir/sir20055189.
  • U.S. EPA. 1999. Preliminary data summary of urban storm water best management practices. EPA-821-R-99-012. http://www.epa.gov/waterscience/guide/stormwater/
  • Weiss, P.T., A.J. Erickson and J.S. Gulliver. 2007. Cost and pollutant removal of storm-water treatment practices. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management. 133(3), 218-229.

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