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Influence of the land use pattern on the concentrations and fluxes of priority pollutants in urban stormwater.

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S. Zgheib
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This paper presents the results of the concentrations (μg/L) and fluxes (g/ha) of priority substances in stormwater from three watersheds with different land use patterns (namely, residential, urban dense, high urban density). Samples were collected at the outlet of these watersheds. Thirteen chemical groups were investigated corresponding to 88 individual substances before treatment. Results showed that stormwater discharges contained 55 substances, among them some metals, organotins, PAHs, PCBs, alkylphenols, pesticides, phthalates, cholorophenols and volatile organic compounds. Therefore, stormwater was highly contaminated. However, this contamination was often comparable from site to site, since no significant difference of the pollutant load was observed between the land use patterns.
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hal-00676389 , version 1 (05-03-2012)

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S. Zgheib, R. Moilleron, Ghassan Chebbo. Influence of the land use pattern on the concentrations and fluxes of priority pollutants in urban stormwater.. Water Science and Technology, 2011, 64 (7), pp.1450-8. ⟨10.2166/wst.2011.770⟩. ⟨hal-00676389⟩
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