Nutrient Transformation In Retention Detention Ponds Receiving Highway Runoff
The fate of nutrients in rentention/detention ponds receiving highway runoff was studied. Nutrient loading, water quality, and isolation chamber studies were investigated in two ponds at Maitland Interchange and EPCOT Interchange located in Orange County, Central Florida. Nitrogen and phosphorus removal efficiencies and transformation of nutrients between the water and sediment phase were evaluated. This study can be used to determine design criteria for retention/detention ponds based on water quality improvements.
Journal Water Pollution Control Federation
Yousef, Yousef A.; Hvitved-Jacobsen, Thorkild; Wanielista, Martin P.; and Tolbert, Robert D., "Nutrient Transformation In Retention Detention Ponds Receiving Highway Runoff" (1986). Faculty Bibliography 1980s. 568.