References for Stormwater Treatment Processes

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  • Herb, W.R., B. Janke, O. Mohseni and H.G. Stefan, 2009. Simulation of temperature mitigation by a stormwater detention pond. Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 45(5): 1164-1178.
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