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Growth of woolgrass in acid mine drainage
Author(s): M. Demchik and K. Garbutt
Journal: Journal of Environmental Quality
Article Topic(s): Disturbance, Restoration
Research Setting(s): Wetland
Species Referenced: Scirpus cyperinus (Woolgrass),
AbstractEvaluates growth of two populations of Scirpus cyperinus in constructed wetlands used for passive treatment of acid mine drainage in West Virginia. One population had greater above ground growth suggesting the potential for selecting genotypes of woolgrass for increased treatment of acid mine drainage.
Suggested CitationM. Demchik and K. Garbutt. "Growth of woolgrass in acid mine drainage." Journal of Environmental Quality 28.1 (1999): 243-249.