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Eban Z. Bean, PhD, PE
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Field survey of permeable pavement surface infiltration rates
EZ Bean, WF Hunt, DA Bidelspach
Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering 133 (3), 249-255, 2007
3612007
Evaluation of four permeable pavement sites in eastern North Carolina for runoff reduction and water quality impacts
E Zachary Bean, W Frederick Hunt, D Alan Bidelspach
Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering 133 (6), 583-592, 2007
3142007
Permeable pavements
B Eisenberg, KC Lindow, DR Smith
American Society of Civil Engineers, 2015
972015
Study on the surface infiltration rate of permeable pavements
EZ Bean, WF Hunt, DA Bidelspach
Critical transitions in water and environmental resources management, 1-10, 2004
832004
Applications of carbonaceous adsorbents in the remediation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon-contaminated sediments: A review
F Li, J Chen, X Hu, F He, E Bean, DCW Tsang, YS Ok, B Gao
Journal of Cleaner Production 255, 120263, 2020
822020
A field study to evaluate permeable pavement surface infiltration rates, runoff quantity, runoff quality, and exfiltrate quality
EZ Bean
422005
Stormwater ponds: An overlooked but plentiful urban designer ecosystem provides invasive plant habitat in a subtropical region (Florida, USA)
JS Sinclair, AJ Reisinger, E Bean, CR Adams, LS Reisinger, ...
Science of the total environment 711, 135133, 2020
262020
Evaluation of infiltration basin performance on coarse soils
EZ Bean, MD Dukes
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 21 (1), 04015050, 2016
212016
Constructed wetlands for water quality improvement: A synthesis on nutrient reduction from agricultural effluents
TL Messer, L Trisha, N Nelson, L Ahiablame, EZ Bean, C Boles, SL Cook, ...
Transactions of the ASABE 64 (2), 625-639, 2021
192021
A microbial perspective on balancing trade-offs in ecosystem functions in a constructed stormwater wetland
RB Bledsoe, EZ Bean, SS Austin, AL Peralta
Ecological Engineering 158, 106000, 2020
192020
Effect of amendment type and incorporation depth on runoff from compacted sandy soils
EZ Bean, MD Dukes
Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering 141 (6), 04014074, 2015
182015
Field evaluation of nitrogen treatment by conventional and single-pass sand filter onsite wastewater systems in the North Carolina piedmont
CP Humphrey, J Jernigan, G Iverson, B Serozi, M O’Driscoll, S Pradhan, ...
Water, Air, & Soil Pollution 227, 1-17, 2016
172016
Mud in the city: Effects of freshwater salinization on inland urban wetland nitrogen and phosphorus availability and export
L Kinsman‐Costello, E Bean, A Goeckner, JW Matthews, M O'Driscoll, ...
Limnology and Oceanography Letters 8 (1), 112-130, 2023
142023
Estimating field capacity from volumetric soil water content time series using automated processing algorithms
EZ Bean, RG Huffaker, KW Migliaccio
Vadose Zone Journal 17 (1), 1-12, 2018
132018
Internal nitrogen dynamics in stormwater pond sediments are influenced by pond age and inorganic nitrogen availability
SP Hohman, AR Smyth, EZ Bean, AJ Reisinger
Biogeochemistry 156 (2), 255-278, 2021
122021
Study on the infiltration rate of permeable pavements
EZ Bean, WF Hunt, DA Bidelspach, RJ Burak
Proceedings of 1st Water and Environment Specialty Conference, Canadian …, 2004
112004
A monitoring field study of permeable pavement sites in North Carolina
EZ Bean, WF Hunt, DA Bidelspach
Eighth Biennial Stormwater Research and Watershed Management Conference, 57-66, 2005
102005
Vegetation management and benthic macroinvertebrate communities in urban stormwater ponds: implications for regional biodiversity
JS Sinclair, LS Reisinger, CR Adams, E Bean, AJ Reisinger, ...
Urban Ecosystems 24 (4), 725-735, 2021
92021
NC state university permeable pavement research and changes to the state of NC runoff credit system''
WF Hunt, EZ Bean
8th International Conference on Concrete Block Paving, November 6-8, 2006 …, 2006
92006
Permeable Pavement Systems: Technical Considerations: AE530, 4/2019
E Bean, M Clark, C Barbra
EDIS 2019 (2), 2019
82019
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