Treatment of drainage from acidic canelands using a constructed wetland
This paper describes trials of a constructed freshwater wetland to treat highly acidic drainage from acid Sulfate soil in a sugarcane farm. A constructed freshwater wetland was used to treat acidic discharge from drained acid sulfate soils on a sugar cane farm in the Tweed River flood plain, northern New South Wales (NSW). The bunded 1.44 ha wetland was laser levelled into 6 segmented bays with an overall hydraulic gradient of 0.13%. Water retention time varies between 19 and 82 days dependent...[Show more]
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