TRACK 1--Treatment and Fate of Contaminants: Nitrogen

Oral Session
Oral sessions
Monday, April 7, 2014: 1:00 PM-5:00 PM

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1:00 PM
Fosnrs 1: The Florida Onsite Sewage Nitrogen Reduction Strategies (FOSNRS) Study, Project Overview.
Elke Ursin, Florida Department of Health; Eberhard Roeder, Florida Department of Health
1:30 PM
Fosnrs 2: Passive, 2-Stage Biofilter Treatment Systems for Reduction of Nitrogen from Ows Pilot Study Results.
Josefin Hirst, Hazen and Sawyer, P.C.; Daniel Smith, Applied Environmental Technology; Damann L Anderson, Hazen and Sawyer, P.C.
2:00 PM
Fosnrs 3: The Performance of a Full-Scale 2 Stage Passive Biofilter System.
Damann L Anderson, Hazen and Sawyer, P.C.; Josefin Hirst, Hazen and Sawyer, P.C.; Richard Otis, Otis Environmental Consultants; Elke Ursin, Florida Department of Health
2:30 PM
Fosnrs 4: Water and Nitrogen Balance for Mounded, Drip Irrigation Systems Receiving Septic Tank Effluent.
Gurpal Toor, Gulf Coast Research and Education Center; Mriganka De, Gulf Coast Research and Education Center
3:00 PM
3:30 PM
Fosnrs 5: Quantifying Rates of Denitrification in the Biozone and Shallow Subsurface within Soil Treatment Units for Wastewater Reclamation.
Simon A Farrell, JVA, Inc.; Robert L Siegrist, Colorado School of Mines; Kathryn S Lowe, Colorado School of Mines
4:00 PM
Fosnrs 6: Stumod-FL - a Tool for Predicting Fate and Transport of Nitrogen in Soil Treatment Units in Florida.
Mengistu Geza, Colorado School of Mines; Kathryn S Lowe, Colorado School of Mines; Cliff Tonsberg, Colorado School of Mines; John McCray, Colorado School of Mines; Eberhard Roeder, Florida Department of Health
4:30 PM
Fosnrs 7: Development of an Analytical Groundwater Model for Fate and Transport of Nitrogen from Onsite Wastewater Systems.
Cliff Tonsberg, Colorado School of Mines; Mengistu Geza, Colorado School of Mines; Kathryn S Lowe, Colorado School of Mines; John McCray, Colorado School of Mines
5:00 PM
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