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Constructed Wetlands Bibliography, Part I: Agricultural Nonpoint Source Pollution

This file, "Constructed Wetlands Bibliography, Part I: Agricultural Nonpoint Source Pollution" is one section of a seven-part constructed wetlands bibliography on using constructed wetlands for wastewater treatment. The bibliography was compiled by United States Department of Agriculture Staff from the Ecological Sciences Division of the Natural Resources Conservation Service, formerly the Soil Conservation Service, and the Water Quality Information Center at the National Agricultural Library. The complete bibliography can be accessed as either a single large (450K) file containing more than 600 citations or in parts organized by topic.

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 CATEGORY    AGNPS
 SUBCATEGOR
 
 TITLE       Constructed wetlands to control nonpoint source pollution.  
 AUTHOR      Wengrzynek, R.L.                                            
 SOURCE      Patent application. Report No. PAT-APPL-7-764 924.          
 PUBLISHER
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 DATE        1991, September 24
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 ANNOTATION                                                                     
 
 
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 CATEGORY    AGNPS
 SUBCATEGOR
 
 TITLE       Evaluating the role of created and natural wetlands in      
             controlling nonpoint source pollution.                      
 AUTHOR      Olson, R.K.                                                 
 SOURCE      Ecological Engineering.   1: xi-xv.                         
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 DATE
 CALLNUM     IPS 27176
 ANNOTATION                                                                     
 
 
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 CATEGORY    AGNPS
 SUBCATEGOR
 
 TITLE       Evaluation of wetland buffer areas for treatment of pumped  
             agricultural drainage water.                                
 AUTHOR      Chescheir, G. M., R. W. Skaggs and J. W. Gilliam.           
 SOURCE      TRANS ASAE Vol. 35, No. 1, Jan/Feb. 1992, p175-182.         
 PUBLISHER
 PAGES       pp 175-182
 DATE        1992
 CALLNUM     290.9 Am32T
 ANNOTATION                                                                     
 
 
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 CATEGORY    AGNPS
 SUBCATEGOR
 
 TITLE       Introduction to nonpoint source pollution in the United     
             States and prospects for wetland use.                       
 AUTHOR      Baker, L.A.                                                 
 SOURCE      Ecological Engineering.  1:1-26.                            
 PUBLISHER
 PAGES
 DATE        1992
 CALLNUM
 ANNOTATION                                                                     
 
 
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 CATEGORY    AGNPS
 SUBCATEGOR
 
 TITLE       Landscape design and the role of created, restored, and     
             natural riparian wetlands in controlling nonpoint source    
             pollution.                                                  
 AUTHOR      Mitsch, W.J.                                                
 SOURCE      Ecological Engineering.  1: 27-47.                          
 PUBLISHER
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 DATE
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 ANNOTATION                                                                     
 
 
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 CATEGORY    AGNPS
 SUBCATEGOR
 
 TITLE       Potential role of marsh creation in restoration of          
             hypertrophic lakes.                                         
 AUTHOR      Lowe, E.F., D.L. Stites and L.E. Battoe.                    
 SOURCE      Constructed Wetlands for Wastewater Treatment: Municipal,   
             Industrial and Agricultural.                                
 PUBLISHER   Chelsea, MI: Lewis Publishers, Inc.                         
 PAGES       pp 710-18
 DATE        1989
 CALLNUM     TD 756. 5 C66
 ANNOTATION  The authors propose the use of wetlands for the restoration of a
             hypertrophic lake.  The lake water laden with high concentration   
             of nutrients would pass through the wetland system many times.     
             The goals of this approach are to maximize power (nutrient         
                 quantity removed per unit of time) and capacity (nutrients         
             permanently stored) rather than efficiency (nutrient fraction      
             removed in a single pass.)                                         
                                                           
 
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 CATEGORY    AGNPS
 SUBCATEGOR
 
 TITLE       Strategy for evaluating the potential of constructed        
             wetlands for mitigation of non-point source agricultural    
             runoff.                                                     
 AUTHOR      Rodgers, J.H., K. Mauermann and A. Dunn.                    
 SOURCE      Paper No. 331.  Society for Environmental Toxicology and    
             Chemistry '90 - Global Environmental Issues: Challenges for 
             the 90's                                                    
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 DATE
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 CATEGORY    AGNPS
 SUBCATEGOR
 
 TITLE       The use of constructed wetland systems in treating          
             agricultural runoff: 1990 data summary.                     
 AUTHOR      Higgins, M.                                                 
 SOURCE      Report to the Dept. of Civil Engineering, Univ. of Maine,   
             Orono, ME.                                                  
 PUBLISHER
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 DATE        1991
 CALLNUM
 ANNOTATION                                                                     
 
 
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 CATEGORY    AGNPS
 SUBCATEGOR
 
 TITLE       Using constructed wetlands to control agricultural nonpoint 
             source pollution.                                           
 AUTHOR      Wengrzynck, R.J. and C.R. Terrell.                          
 SOURCE      Proc. Int. Conf. Use of Constructed Wetlands in Water       
             Pollution Control, 24-28 September, 1990, Churchhill        
             College, Cambridge, UK.                                     
 PUBLISHER   Oxford, UK: Pergamon Press                                  
 PAGES
 DATE        1990
 CALLNUM
 ANNOTATION                                                                     
 
 
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 CATEGORY    AGNPS
 SUBCATEGOR  aesthetics
 
 TITLE       Aesthetic implementation of nonpoint source controls.       
 AUTHOR      Roesner, L.A.                                               
 SOURCE      Nonpoint Pollution: 1988-Policy, Economics, Management, and 
             Appropriate Technology.                                     
 PUBLISHER   Bethesda, MD: Am. Water Resources  Assc.                    
 PAGES       pp. 213-233
 DATE        1988
 CALLNUM     TC 401 A% no. 88-4
 ANNOTATION                                                                     
 
 
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 CATEGORY    AGNPS
 SUBCATEGOR  ancillary benefits
 
 TITLE       Ancillary benefits and potential problems with the use of   
             wetlands for nonpoint source pollution control.             
 AUTHOR      Knight, R.L.                                                
 SOURCE      Ecological Engineering.  1: 97-113.                         
 PUBLISHER
 PAGES
 DATE        1992
 CALLNUM
 ANNOTATION                                                                     
 
 
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 CATEGORY    AGNPS
 SUBCATEGOR  case studies--midwestern USA (OH)
 
 TITLE       Wetlands for the control of nonpoint source pollution:      
             Preliminary feasability study for swan creek watershed of   
             northwestern Ohio.                                          
 AUTHOR      Mitsch, W.J.                                                
 SOURCE
 PUBLISHER   Columbus, OH: Ohio Environmental Protection Agency,         
 PAGES
 DATE        1990
 CALLNUM
 ANNOTATION                                                                     
 
 
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 CATEGORY    AGNPS
 SUBCATEGOR  Design
 
 TITLE       Designing constructed wetlands systems to treat agricultural
             nonpoint source pollution.                                   
 AUTHOR      Hammer, D.A.                                                
 SOURCE      Ecological Engineering.  1:49-82.                           
 PUBLISHER
 PAGES
 DATE        1992
 CALLNUM     TD 153 .E26
 ANNOTATION                                                                     
 
 
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 CATEGORY    AGNPS
 SUBCATEGOR  ecology
 
 TITLE       Long-term impacts of agricultural runoff in a Louisiana     
             swamp forest.                                               
 AUTHOR      Day, J.W., Jr. and G.P. Kemp.                               
 SOURCE      Ecological Considerations in Wetlands Treatment of Municipal
             Wastewaters.                                                
 PUBLISHER   New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold                             
 PAGES       p. 317.
 DATE        1985
 CALLNUM     QH 545. 549E3
 ANNOTATION  An analysis of the long-term effects from nitrogen and phosphorus  
             from agricultural runoff on a swamp "crayfish farm" was performed. 
             This paper presents the results which indicate that the swamp can  
             serve as a long-term sink for significant quantities on nitrogen   
             and phosphorus and that the burial in sediments and                
             denitrification are mechanisms for permanent 
             losses.                
                  
 
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 CATEGORY    AGNPS
 SUBCATEGOR  hydrology
 
 TITLE       The impact of wetlands on the movement of water and nonpoint
             pollutants from agricultural watersheds.                    
 AUTHOR      Dickerman, J.A., A.J. Stuart and J.C. Lance.                
 SOURCE      USDA-ARS-Water Quality and Watershed Research Laboratory,   
             Durant, OK                                                  
 PUBLISHER
 PAGES
 DATE        1985, Feb.
 CALLNUM
 ANNOTATION                                                                     
 
 
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 CATEGORY    AGNPS
 SUBCATEGOR  policy
 
 TITLE       NPSP abatement program for the lagoon of Venice.            
 AUTHOR      Bendoricchio, G.                                            
 SOURCE      Nonpoint Pollution: 1988-Policy, Economy, Management, and   
             Appropriate Technology."                                    
 PUBLISHER   Bethesda, MD: American Water Resources Assc.                
 PAGES       pp. 249-260
 DATE        1988
 CALLNUM     TC 401 A5 no.88-4
 ANNOTATION                                                                     
 
 
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 CATEGORY    AGNPS
 SUBCATEGOR  policy
 
 TITLE       Regulations and policies relating to the use of wetlands for
             nonpoint source pollution control.                          
 AUTHOR      Fields, S.                                                  
 SOURCE      Ecological Engineering.  1: 135-41.                         
 PUBLISHER
 PAGES       135-41
 DATE        1992
 CALLNUM
 ANNOTATION                                                                     
 
 
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 CATEGORY    AGNPS
 SUBCATEGOR  policy
 
 TITLE       The role of wetland water quality standards in nonpoint     
             source pollution control strategies.                        
 AUTHOR      Robb, D.M.                                                  
 SOURCE      Ecological Engineering.  1: 143-48.                         
 PUBLISHER
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 DATE
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 ANNOTATION                                                                     
 
 
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 CATEGORY    AGNPS
 SUBCATEGOR  policy/institutional aspects
 
 TITLE       Federal programs for wetland restoration and use of wetlands
             for nonpoint source pollution control.                      
 AUTHOR      Whitaker, G. and C.R. Terrell.                              
 SOURCE      Ecological Engineering.  1: 157-70.                         
 PUBLISHER
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 DATE
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 ANNOTATION                                                                     
 
 
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 CATEGORY    AGNPS
 SUBCATEGOR  policy/institutional aspects
 
 TITLE       Fiscal year 1990 program report.                            
 AUTHOR      Maine Environmental Studies Center                          
 SOURCE      NTIS # PB91-242834                                          
 PUBLISHER
 PAGES       36p.
 DATE        1991
 CALLNUM
 ANNOTATION                                                                     
 
 
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 CATEGORY    AGNPS
 SUBCATEGOR  policy/institutional aspects
 
 TITLE       Research and information needs related to nonpoint source   
             pollution and wetlands in the watershed: an EPA perspective.
 AUTHOR      Ethridge, B.J. and R.K. Olson.                              
 SOURCE      Ecological Engineering, 1:149-156                           
 PUBLISHER
 PAGES
 DATE        1992
 CALLNUM     IPS 27176
 ANNOTATION                                                                     
 
 
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 CATEGORY    AGNPS
 SUBCATEGOR  policy/institutional aspects--research needs
 
 TITLE       Recommendations for research to develop guidelines for the  
             use of wetlands to control rural nonpoint source pollution. 
 AUTHOR      Van der Valk, A.G. and R.W. Jolly.                          
 SOURCE      Ecological Engineering.  1: 115-34.                         
 PUBLISHER
 PAGES
 DATE        1992
 CALLNUM
 ANNOTATION                                                                     
 
 
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 CATEGORY    AGNPS
 SUBCATEGOR  pollutant removal
 
 TITLE       The efficiency of constructed wetland-pond systems in       
             reducing sediment and nutrient discharges from agricultural 
             watersheds.                                                 
 AUTHOR      White, G.K.                                                 
 SOURCE      Fiscal Year 1990 Report.  Maine Univ. at Orono.             
             Environmental Studies Center.                               
 PUBLISHER   Available from NTIS, Springfield, VA 22161, PB91-242834.    
             USGS Project No. G1566-03.                                  
 PAGES
 DATE        1991
 CALLNUM
 ANNOTATION                                                                     
 
 
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 CATEGORY    AGNPS
 SUBCATEGOR  pollutant removal
 
 TITLE       The efficiency of constructed wetlands-pond systems in the  
             reduction of sediment and nutrient discharges from          
             agricultural watersheds.                                    
 AUTHOR      Jolley, J.W.                                                
 SOURCE      Thesis (M.S.) in Civil Envineering, University of Maine,    
             1990.                                                       
 PUBLISHER
 PAGES
 DATE        1990
 CALLNUM
 ANNOTATION                                                                     
 
 
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  NOTE: THE FOLLOWING CITATIONS ARE AN UPDATE, AS OF OCTOBER 24, 1995, TO THE
  ORIGINAL DOCUMENT AND THEREFORE ARE IN A DIFFERENT FORMAT.
  
    1     NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
  Constructed wetlands for river water quality improvement.
  Kadlec, R. H.; Hey, D. L. 
  Water science and technology: a journal of the International Association on
  Water Pollution Research and Control v.29,  p.159-168. (1994).
  In the series analytic: Wetlands systems in water pollution control /
  edited by H.J. Bavor and D.S. Mitchell. Australia.
  
  Descriptors: wetlands; water quality; sediment; phosphorus; nitrogen;
  removal; atrazine; nutrients; hydrology; water pollution; watersheds;
  illinois; non point source pollution; artificial wetlands
  
    2    NAL Call No.:  TD223.C73-1993
  Created and natural wetlands for controlling nonpoint source pollution.
  Olson, R. K.; United States.Environmental Protection Agency. Office of
  Research and Development. and Watersheds. Boca Raton, Fla. : C.K. Smoley,
  c1993. v, 216 p. : ill., maps.
  "U.S. EPA, Office of Research and Development, and Office of Wetlands,
  Oceans, and Watersheds.".
  
  Descriptors: Water quality management United States; Water Pollution-United
  States; Wetland conservation-United States; Constructed wetlands-United
  States
  
    3     NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
  Planted soil filter--a wastewater treatment system for rural areas.
  Netter, R. 
  Water science and technology: a journal of the International Association on
  Water Pollution Research and Control v.28, p.133-140. (1993). Proceedings
  of the 2nd International Conference on, "Design and Operation of Small
  Wastewater Treatment Plants," June 28-30, 1993, Trondheim, Norway / edited
  by H. Odegaard.
  
  Descriptors: waste water treatment; water systems; rural areas; wetlands;
  filter beds; aquatic plants; biochemical oxygen demand; chemical oxygen
  demand; purification; nutrients; particle size distribution; constructed
  wetlands
  
    4     NAL Call No.: 57.8-C734
  Treating wastewater in constructed wetlands.
  Hauck, R. D. 
  BioCycle. Emmaus, Pa. : J.G. Press. Sept 1992. v. 33 (9) p. 72. 
  
  Descriptors: waste water treatment; wetlands; simulation; applied research;
  water pollution; alabama
  
    
    5     NAL Call No.: 290.9-Am32P
  Usage of drainmod-creams in evaluating constructed wetlands.
  Shirmohammadi, A.; Cronk, J. K. 
  Paper American Society of Agricultural Engineers. St. Joseph, Mich. :
  American Society of Agricultural Engineers, Summer 1994. (94-1075/94-2020)
  15 p. 
  Paper presented at the "1994 International Summer Meeting sponsored by The
  American Society of Agricultural Engineers," June 19-22, 1994, Kansas City,
  Missouri.
  
  Descriptors: wetlands; denitrification
  
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