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Author (up) Swoboda-Colberg, N.; Colberg, P.; Smith, J.L. openurl 
  Title Constructed vertical flow aerated wetlands Type RPT
  Year 1994 Publication Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume Issue Pages  
  Keywords acid mine drainage; aeration; Butte Montana; carbonate rocks; case studies; clastic sediments; Clear Creek County Colorado; Colorado; construction; controls; fluid dynamics; gravel; heavy metals; Idaho Springs Colorado; limestone; Montana; pollution; rates; sedimentary rocks; sediments; Silver Bow County Montana; substrates; tailings; United States; waste water; water; water management; water quality; water treatment; wetlands 22, Environmental geology  
  Abstract In the report, wetland technology is described in which the main reactive layer is limestone gravel (rather than organic material) which is overlain by a fine gravel filter and soil. The three-year project included laboratory and field studies. Vertical aerated wetlands, simulated by columns, constructed in the field and in the laboratory, were operated during the project. The report presents a summary of results given in previous reports and summaries of results obtained using water from Butte, MT, and field studies at the Rockford Tunnel, near Idaho Springs, CO.  
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  Series Editor University of Wyoming, L.W.Y.U.S. performer Series Title Abbreviated Series Title  
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  Area Expedition Conference  
  Notes Constructed vertical flow aerated wetlands; 1998-003373; GeoRef; English; Final report. Grant DI-196561 National Technical Information Service, (703)605-6000, order number PB96-196811NEG, Springfield, VA, United States Approved no  
  Call Number CBU @ c.wolke @ 6506 Serial 226  
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