Miklas Scholz
Miklas Scholz
Professor in Civil Engineering, The University of Salford; Professor in Water Resources Engineering
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei salford.ac.uk
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Review of permeable pavement systems
M Scholz, P Grabowiecki
Building and environment 42 (11), 3830-3836, 2007
5782007
Carbon storage and fluxes within freshwater wetlands: a critical review
B Kayranli, M Scholz, A Mustafa, Å Hedmark
Wetlands 30 (1), 111-124, 2010
5112010
Textile dye wastewater characteristics and constituents of synthetic effluents: a critical review
DA Yaseen, M Scholz
International journal of environmental science and technology 16 (2), 1193-1226, 2019
3812019
Wetland systems to control urban runoff
M Scholz
Elsevier, 2015
3472015
Treatment of domestic wastewater and production of commercial flowers in vertical and horizontal subsurface-flow constructed wetlands
F Zurita, J De Anda, MA Belmont
Ecological Engineering 35 (5), 861-869, 2009
3042009
Constructed wetlands: a review
M Scholz, B Lee
International journal of environmental studies 62 (4), 421-447, 2005
2322005
What is the role of Phragmites australis in experimental constructed wetland filters treating urban runoff?
BH Lee, M Scholz
Ecological engineering 29 (1), 87-95, 2007
1822007
Ecological equilibrium on biological activated carbon
M Scholz, RJ Martin
Water Research 31 (12), 2959-2968, 1997
1761997
The integrated constructed wetlands (ICW) concept
M Scholz, R Harrington, P Carroll, A Mustafa
Wetlands 27 (2), 337-354, 2007
1482007
Performance comparison of experimental constructed wetlands with different filter media and macrophytes treating industrial wastewater contaminated with lead and copper
M Scholz, J Xu
Bioresource Technology 83 (2), 71-79, 2002
1402002
Wetlands for wastewater treatment and subsequent recycling of treated effluent: a review
SA Almuktar, SN Abed, M Scholz
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 25 (24), 23595-23623, 2018
1262018
Review of recent trends in capillary suction time (CST) dewaterability testing research
M Scholz
Industrial & engineering chemistry research 44 (22), 8157-8163, 2005
1212005
Wetland systems: storm water management control
M Scholz
Springer Science & Business Media, 2010
1092010
The universal design, operation and maintenance guidelines for farm constructed wetlands (FCW) in temperate climates
A Carty, M Scholz, K Heal, F Gouriveau, A Mustafa
Bioresource technology 99 (15), 6780-6792, 2008
1042008
Review of remediation practices regarding cadmium-enriched farmland soil with particular reference to China
X Tang, Q Li, M Wu, L Lin, M Scholz
Journal of environmental management 181, 646-662, 2016
912016
Comparison of relationships between pH, dissolved oxygen and chlorophyll a for aquaculture and non-aquaculture waters
C Zang, S Huang, M Wu, S Du, M Scholz, F Gao, C Lin, Y Guo, Y Dong
Water, Air, & Soil Pollution 219 (1), 157-174, 2011
902011
Nutrient removal in pilot-scale constructed wetlands treating eutrophic river water: assessment of plants, intermittent artificial aeration and polyhedron hollow polypropylene …
X Tang, S Huang, M Scholz, J Li
Water, air, and soil pollution 197 (1), 61-73, 2009
892009
Application of the self-organizing map (SOM) to assess the heavy metal removal performance in experimental constructed wetlands
BH Lee, M Scholz
Water research 40 (18), 3367-3374, 2006
892006
Efficiency of permeable pavement systems for the removal of urban runoff pollutants under varying environmental conditions
K Tota‐Maharaj, M Scholz
Environmental progress & sustainable energy 29 (3), 358-369, 2010
882010
Review of environmental effects and treatment of runoff from storage and handling of wood
Å Hedmark, M Scholz
Bioresource technology 99 (14), 5997-6009, 2008
812008
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