The Effect of Bioretention Areas on the Heavy Ion Concentration, pH, and Water Quality of the Furman University Lake
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Greenville, South Carolina
A one page summary by four Furman students describing their research on the effectiveness of the bioretention areas, or rain gardens, created as part of the Lake Restoration Project.
Furman University, Environmental sciences, Lake restoration, Research, Water quality, Revegetation, Ecological engineering, Rain gardens, Sediment transport, Reservoir sedimentation
Williams, Adam; Brown, Ashley; and Stutz, Matthew, "The Effect of Bioretention Areas on the Heavy Ion Concentration, pH, and Water Quality of the Furman University Lake" (2010). Furman Lake Restoration Book Gallery. 16.
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Biology, Earth and Environmental Science
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