Understanding and Optimising Pervious Pavement Structures and Source Control Devices Used in Sustainable Urban Drainage

  • Puehmeier, Tim (Researcher)
  • Newman, Alan Paul (Academic)
  • Henderson, Janey (Academic)
  • Whitehall, Paul (Technician)

    Project: Thesis

    Project Details


    2 years FT and continuing PT initially based on KTP scheme with SEL and continuing during the student's employment with Permavoid Ltd. This project included the first recorded use of molecular techniques in the study of microorganisms living in pervious pavement structures.
    PhD thesis only available as hard copy from the closed stack at CU Library.
    Effective start/end date8/07/0213/10/09


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