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Constructed wetlands are shallow depressions that receive stormwater inputs for water quality treatment, are typically less than 1 foot deep, and possess variable microtopography to promote dense and diverse wetland cover.
New design specification for constructed wetlands which incorporates hundred of case studies over the past 15 years.
Learn about curent wetland design and new advances as well as wetland design options, such as regenerative conveyance.
From a stormwater perspective, terrain matters a lot more than state boundaries. However, the bulk of stormwater research has taken place in only one terrain.
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