Further Reading

Ahn Y-H (2006) Sustainable nitrogen elimination biotechnologies. Process Biochemistry 41: 1709-1721.

Bolster CH and Saiers JE (2002) Development and evaluation of a mathematical model for surface-water flow within Shark River Slough of the Florida Everglade. Journal of Hydrology 259: 221-235.

de-Bashan L-E and Bashan Y (2004) Recent advances in removing phosphorus from wastwater and its future use as fertilizers (1997-2003). Water Research 38: 4222-4246.

Garnaey KV, van Loosdrecht MCM, Henze M, Lind M, and

J0rgensen SB (2004) Activated sludge wastewater treatment plant modelling and simulation: State of the art. Environmental Modelling and Software 19: 763-784.

Gilbride KA, Lee D-Y, and Beudette LA (2006) Molecular techniques in wastewater: Understanding microbial communities, detecting pathogens, and real-time processes. Journal of Microbiological Methods 66: 1-20.

Hughes J and Heathwaite L (1995) Hydrology and Geochemistry of British Wetlands. London: Wiley.

Juretschko S, Loy A, Lehner A, and Wagner M (2002) The microbial community composition of a nitrifying-denitrifying activated sludge from an industrial sewage treatment plant analyzed by the full-cycle rRNA approach. Systematic and Applied Microbiology 25: 84-99.

Kadlec RH and Knight RL (1996) Treatment Wetlands. New York: CRC Press LLC.

Kelly JJ, Siripong S, McCormack J, et al. (2005) DNA microarray detection of nitrifying bacterial 16S rRNA in wastewater treatment plant samples. Water Research 39: 3229-3238.

Kjellin J, Worman A, Johansson H, and Lindahl A (2007) Controlling factors for water residence time and flow patterns in Ekeby treatment wetland, Sweden. Advances in Water Research 30(4): 838-850.

Levenspiel O (1999) Chemical Reaction Engineering. New York: Wiley.

Liwarska-Bizukokc E (2005) Application of image techniques in activated sludge wastewater treatment processes. Biotechnology Letters 27: 1427-1433.

Rossetti S, Tomei MC, Nielsen PH, and Tandoi V (2005) 'Microthrix parvicella', a filamentous bacterium causing bulking and foaming in activated sludge systems: A revew of current knowledge. FEMS Microbiology Reviews 29: 49-64.

Schmidt I, Sliekers O, Schmidt MS, etal. (2003) New concepts of microbial treatment processes for the nitrogen removal in wastewater. FEMS Microbiology Reviews 27: 481-492.

Seviour RJ and Blackall LL (eds.) (1999) The Microbiology of Activated Sludge. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Van Niftrik LA, Fuerst JA, Sinninghe Damste JS, et al. (2004) The anammoxosome: An intracytoplasmic compartment in anammox bacteria. FEMS Microbiology Letters 233: 7-13.

Wagner M and Loy A (2002) Bacterial community composition and function in sewage treatment systems. Current Opinion in Biotechnology 13: 218-227.

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