Miklas Scholz spends much of his time researching Environmental engineering, Wastewater, Wetland, Biochemical oxygen demand and Water quality. His study in Environmental engineering is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Nutrient, Surface runoff and Environmental remediation. His Wastewater research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Effluent, Water treatment, Pollution, Sewage treatment and Environmental chemistry.
His Pollution study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Textile, Textile effluents and Textile dye. His Wetland research incorporates elements of Environmental planning, Water resource management, Agriculture, Water pollution and Control. The study incorporates disciplines such as Suspended solids, Macrophyte, Turbidity and Phragmites in addition to Biochemical oxygen demand.
Miklas Scholz mostly deals with Environmental engineering, Wetland, Wastewater, Water quality and Constructed wetland. His Environmental engineering study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Waste management and Surface runoff. His Wetland research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Water resource management, Environmental planning, Contamination, Flood myth and Nutrient.
As part of one scientific family, Miklas Scholz deals mainly with the area of Wastewater, narrowing it down to issues related to the Environmental chemistry, and often Environmental remediation. The concepts of his Biochemical oxygen demand study are interwoven with issues in Total suspended solids and Phragmites. His work deals with themes such as Water treatment and Pulp and paper industry, which intersect with Chemical oxygen demand.
His primary areas of investigation include Wastewater, Climate change, Water quality, Sewage treatment and Environmental engineering. His research integrates issues of Water treatment, Lemna minor, Wetland and Effluent in his study of Wastewater. Miklas Scholz interconnects Textile and Pollution in the investigation of issues within Effluent.
His work deals with themes such as Surface water, Drainage basin, Hydrology, Hydraulic engineering and Water resources, which intersect with Climate change. His research in Water quality intersects with topics in Suspended solids, River catchment and Irrigation. His research integrates issues of Reuse and Resource recovery in his study of Sewage treatment.
His main research concerns Wastewater, Environmental engineering, Water treatment, Sewage treatment and Wetland. He combines subjects such as Sustainability and Effluent with his study of Wastewater. His Textile effluents and Textile dye study in the realm of Effluent interacts with subjects such as Environmental pollution.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Environmental chemistry, Lemna minor and Water quality in addition to Environmental engineering. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Textile and Pollution. His Sewage treatment study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Sanitation, Phosphorus and Resource recovery.
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Review of permeable pavement systems
Miklas Scholz;Piotr Grabowiecki.
Building and Environment (2007)
Carbon Storage and Fluxes within Freshwater Wetlands: a Critical Review
Birol Kayranli;Miklas Scholz;Atif Mustafa;Åsa Hedmark.
Wetland Systems to Control Urban Runoff
Textile dye wastewater characteristics and constituents of synthetic effluents : a critical review
D. A. Yaseen;M. Scholz;M. Scholz;M. Scholz.
International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology (2019)
Constructed Wetlands: A Review
Miklas Scholz;Byoung‐hwa Lee.
International Journal of Environmental Studies (2005)
What is the role of Phragmites australis in experimental constructed wetland filters treating urban runoff
Byoung-Hwa Lee;Miklas Scholz.
Ecological Engineering (2007)
Ecological equilibrium on biological activated carbon
M. Scholz;R.J. Martin.
Water Research (1997)
The Integrated Constructed Wetlands (ICW) concept
Miklas Scholz;Rory Harrington;Paul Carroll;Atif Mustafa.
Performance comparison of experimental constructed wetlands with different filter media and macrophytes treating industrial wastewater contaminated with lead and copper
Miklas Scholz;Jing Xu.
Bioresource Technology (2002)
Review of Recent Trends in Capillary Suction Time (CST) Dewaterability Testing Research
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research (2005)
Profile was last updated on December 6th, 2021.
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