Data from: Contaminant removal efficiency of floating treatment wetlands

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  • This dataset belongs to the paper titled 'Contaminant removal efficiency of floating treatment wetland' published by Environmental Research Letters.

    The abstract of the paper is: Floating treatment wetlands are new ecological infrastructures for stormwater treatment. Despite a recent proliferation in their usage, their contaminant removal efficiency e continues to draw research attention. Here, the e from idealized FTWs is numerically computed across a wide range of flow and geometric conditions while accommodating joint contributions of advection, turbulent dispersion, and vegetation removal. The emerging mathematical structure describing e bears resemblance to a simplified plug flow model and supports an empirical shallow-basin models from long-term field measurements. The present model indicates that e remains significantly influenced by a Dämkohler number that quantifies the effects of both vegetation and flow properties. The impacts one of the underflow region and contaminant blockage on the removal mechanisms are also investigated. ... [Read More]

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  • Li, S. & Katul, G. (2020). Data from: Contaminant removal efficiency of floating treatment wetlands. Duke Research Data Repository. https://doi.org/10.7924/r48k7bv5t
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