Show simple item record Sinclair Knight Merz en_US
dc.coverage.spatial Goulburn Broken en_US 2015-05-31T20:33:33Z 2015-05-31T20:33:33Z 2009-08-17 en_US
dc.identifier.other ef040703 en_US
dc.description.abstract techniques. In response, this project was commissioned to investigate the potential of reducing nutrients in irrigation drainage systems using in-line wetland technology and batter stabilisation. Two aspects of reducing nutrients were investigated: use of aquatic plants to remove nutrients stabilising the drain cross-section to minimise the drain contribution to nutrient run-off. en_US
dc.description.sponsorship NPSI en_US
dc.format pdf en_US
dc.subject Environmental impact en_US
dc.subject Phosphorus en_US
dc.subject Drainage en_US
dc.subject Irrigation en_US
dc.subject Drainage systems en_US
dc.subject Economic analysis en_US
dc.subject Drainage water en_US
dc.subject Aquatic plants en_US
dc.subject Nitrogen en_US
dc.subject Turbidity en_US
dc.subject.classification Water and Irrigation en_US
dc.title NUTRIENT REMOVAL FROM RURAL DRAINAGE SYSTEMS USING WETLANDS-Investigating improvement toirrigation drainage systems en_US
dc.subject.crdc 4d en_US
dc.description.lwtypepresentation Flyer en-US
dc.description.lwtypepresentation Fact Sheet en-US
CRDC.KeywordsUnrestricted irrigation drainage, drainage systems, systems using, nutrient removal, aquatic plants, line wetland, wetland, Goulburn, Murray, project

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