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Soil Phosphorus Measurements in Filtration Media Cores of a 7-year-old Bioretention Cell System

Description: Measurements of various phosphorous-related soil parameters in 2cm slices of cores taken from the filtration media layers of the cells in a 6-cell linked roadside bioretention system on Elm Drive in Missisagua, Ontario, Canada.
Authors: Lisogorsky, Ariel; University of Waterloo; ORCID iD 0000-0003-4677-0652
Keywords: SEDEX
Low Impact Development
Green Infrastructure
Phosphorous
Stormwater Management
Field of Research: 
Earth and related environmental sciences
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Soil sciences
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Soil chemistry (except carbon sequestration science)

Environmental engineering and related engineering
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Environmental engineering
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Water quality engineering
Publication Date: 2022-11-04
Publisher: Federated Research Data Repository / dépôt fédéré de données de recherche
Funder: Canada Excellence Research Chairs; Ecohydrology
Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC); Strategic Partnership Grant; STPGP 521515-18
URI: https://doi.org/10.20383/103.0643
Related Identifiers: 
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Geographic Coverage: 
Place Name
Elm Drive Bioretention System
City
Missisagua
Province /
Province / Territory
Ontario
Territory
 
Country
Canada
Geographic Point: 
Latitude
43.5880
Longitude
-79.6341
Appears in Collections:Water Institute

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Citation
Lisogorsky, A. (2022). Soil Phosphorus Measurements in Filtration Media Cores of a 7-year-old Bioretention Cell System. Federated Research Data Repository. https://doi.org/10.20383/103.0643