Bioretention technology Overview of current practice and future needs
Bioretention, or variations such as bioinfiltration and rain gardens, has become one of the most frequently used storm-water management tools in urbanized watersheds. Incorporating both filtration and infiltration, initial research into bioretention has shown that these facilities substantially redu...
|Journal Title:||Journal of Environmental Engineering Vol. 135; no. 3; pp. 109 - 117|
|Authors:||Robert Traver, Allen P. Davis, William F. Hunt, Michael Clar|