Temporal and spatial build-up of heavy metal contaminants in car parks (2010)
An innovative experimental system was developed to quantify contaminant loads, determine their temporal and spatial variability, and obtain large data sets required for developing contaminant build-up and wash-off stormwater modeling functions for car parks.
CitationCochrane, T.A., Wicke, D., O'Sullivan, A. (2010) Temporal and spatial build-up of heavy metal contaminants in car parks. Boston, USA: Urban Environmental Pollution, 20-23 Jun 2010.
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Keywordsenvironmental; heavy metals; car park; storm water
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