References for Filtration Practices

  • A.S.T.M. 2002. C 33-02a Standard Specification for Concrete Aggregates. in A. International, editor.
  • Arias, C. A., M. Del Bubba, and H. Brix. 2001. Phosphorus Removal by Sands for use as Media in Subsurface Flow Constructed Reed Beds. Water Research 35:1159-1168.
  • Claytor, R. A., and T. R. Schueler. 1996. Design of stormwater filtering systems. Chesapeake Research Consortium and U.S. EPA.
  • Erickson, A. J., Gulliver, J. S., and Weiss, P. T. 2007. Enhanced Sand Filtration for Storm Water Phosphorus Removal. Journal of Environmental Engineering, 133(5).
  • 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. 
  • Harper, H. H., and J. L. Herr. 1993. Treatment efficiencies of detention with filtration systems. SJRWMD Contract No. 90B103.
  • Herrera Environmental Consultants. 1995. Lake Sammammish phase 2 restoration project, Lake Park storm water treatment facility, task 2: bench scale test results.
  • Landphair, H.C., McFalls, J.A., and D. Thompson. 2000. Design Methods, Selection, and Cost-Effectiveness of Stormwater Quality Structures. Texas Transportation Institute, Report 1837-1.
  • 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.
  • U.S. EPA. 1999. Preliminary data summary of urban storm water best management practices. 821-R-99-012. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Washington, D.C. 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.
  • Wossink, A., and B. Hunt. 2003. The Economics of Structural Stormwater BMPs in North Carolina. University of North Carolina Water Resources Research Institute, Report 2003-344.

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