Robert Nairn
Robert Nairn
Center for Restoration of Ecosystems and Watersheds, Civil Engineering and Environmental
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Passive treatment of coal mine drainage
RS Hedin, RW Nairn, RLP Kleinmann
US Department of the Interior, Bureau of Mines, 1994
5481994
Creating and restoring wetlands
WJ Mitsch, X Wu, RW Nairn, PE Weihe, N Wang, R Deal, CE Boucher
BioScience 48 (12), 1019-1030, 1998
3741998
Passive treatment of acid mine drainage with limestone
RS Hedin, GR Watzlaf, RW Nairn
Journal of Environmental Quality 23 (6), 1338-1345, 1994
3001994
Phosphorus retention in constructed freshwater riparian marshes
WJ Mitsch, JK Cronk, X Wu, RW Nairn, DL Hey
Ecological Applications 5 (3), 830-845, 1995
2221995
Review of passive systems for acid mine drainage treatment
J Skousen, CE Zipper, A Rose, PF Ziemkiewicz, R Nairn, LM McDonald, ...
Mine Water and the Environment 36 (1), 133-153, 2017
2182017
The passive treatment of coal mine drainage
GR Watzlaf, KT Schroeder, RLP Kleinmann, CL Kairies, RW Nairn
United States Department of Energy National Energy Technology Laboratory …, 2004
1842004
Phosphorus removal in created wetland ponds receiving river overflow
RW Nairn, WJ Mitsch
Ecological Engineering 14 (1-2), 107-126, 1999
1701999
Nitrogen and phosphorus retention in wetlands-ecological approaches to solving excess nutrient problems.
WJ Mitsch, AJ Horne, RW Nairn
Ecological Engineering 14 (1/2), 1-7, 2000
1442000
Contaminant removal capabilities of wetlands constructed to treat coal mine drainage
RS Hedin, RW Nairn
Constructed wetlands for water quality improvement, 187-195, 2020
972020
Temporal and spatial development of surface soil conditions at two created riverine marshes
CJ Anderson, WJ Mitsch, RW Nairn
Journal of Environmental Quality 34 (6), 2072-2081, 2005
822005
A rich vein? Mining and the pursuit of sustainability
JM Amezaga, TS Rötting, PL Younger, RW Nairn, AJ Noles, R Oyarzún, ...
Environmental science & technology 45 (1), 21-26, 2011
662011
Effective passive treatment of high-strength acid mine drainage and raw municipal wastewater in Potosí, Bolivia using simple mutual incubations and limestone
WH Strosnider, RW Nairn
Journal of Geochemical Exploration 105 (1-2), 34-42, 2010
592010
A place to call home: amphibian use of created and restored wetlands
DJ Brown, GM Street, RW Nairn, MRJ Forstner
International Journal of Ecology 2012, 2012
562012
Treatment of mine drainage by anoxic limestone drains and constructed wetlands
RLP Kleinmann, RS Hedin, RW Nairn
Acidic mining lakes, 303-319, 1998
531998
A preliminary review of the use of anoxic limestone drains in the passive treatment of acid mine drainage
RW Nairn, RS Hedin, GR Watzlaf
Proceedings, Twelfth West Virginia Surface Mine Drainage Task Force Symposium, 1991
531991
Designing and sizing passive mine drainage treatment systems
RS Hedin, RW Nairn
US Bureau of Mines, Pittsburgh Research Centre, Pittsburgh, USA, 1992
471992
Sizing and performance of constructed wetlands: case studies
RS Hedin, RW Nairn
Proceedings, 1990 Mining and Reclamation Conference, 385-392, 1990
451990
Acid mine drainage at Cerro Rico de Potosí I: unabated high-strength discharges reflect a five century legacy of mining
WHJ Strosnider, FSL López, RW Nairn
Environmental Earth Sciences 64 (4), 899-910, 2011
432011
Highly effective reduction of fecal indicator bacteria counts in an ecologically engineered municipal wastewater and acid mine drainage passive co-treatment system
BK Winfrey, WH Strosnider, RW Nairn, KA Strevett
Ecological Engineering 36 (12), 1620-1626, 2010
422010
Biochemical oxygen demand and nutrient processing in a novel multi-stage raw municipal wastewater and acid mine drainage passive co-treatment system
WH Strosnider, BK Winfrey, RW Nairn
water research 45 (3), 1079-1086, 2011
402011
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